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Hy Perry,

Do you have any learning material about Murrey Math that helped you, and that you would recommend? Or could you please tell us how you use it in your setup?

Thank you.

I tried to upload a PDF file and a Powerpoint file, although it uploaded I cannnot see it here. If you want them send me a PM and I will email them to you

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Here are a few documents and powerpoint on Murrey Maths. Hope it helps you

So, you managed to upload it, i was just about to write you

Thank you.

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Can not get this indicator "IN"


I get a message " Import failed. The Ninja script Archive file may contatin duplicate method names that already exsist on your PC or there is a required file missing on either your PC or in the impact archive."

Whats that mean, well thats really not important, can any help me fix it? On very few indicators on futures.io (formerly BMT) this happens, very few...but on this one it did. Can anyone help?

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I get a message " Import failed. The Ninja script Archive file may contatin duplicate method names that already exsist on your PC or there is a required file missing on either your PC or in the impact archive."

Whats that mean, well thats really not important, can any help me fix it? On very few indicators on futures.io (formerly BMT) this happens, very few...but on this one it did. Can anyone help?

Check:

https://futures.io/help-tutorials-how-tos/4744-how-import-indicators-ninjatrader.html

https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/967-importing-cs-file-indicator-strategy.html

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Ok well I'm lost. When I open up the zip file containing "Murrery Math" I see this

MurreyMath.cs
@Min.cs
@Max.cs
Info.xml

and if of those have a little piece of paper looking thing in from of them.

Now in the "brute force method" of installing this I'm conffused. I'm on "step two and three" which says

"
In NT create a new indicator Tools > New NinjaScript > Indicator, with the name you find in the .cs file
In notepad select all. In the newly created indicator file select all, delete everything in the newly created indicator and paste the notepad code in its place. Press the F5, key see if you get any errors. IF NO you are done. "

Do I have to create a new indicator for both the " @Min.cs " and the "@Max.cs"?
and if so how do they end up together to create one indicator. Looks like their is two here.??

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Ok thanks for trying to help, I tried looking through all the steps, but I just can not do this stuff. I'll just have to call the people at NT and ge them to help me. I apologize, I know it must be frustrating for you guys that get this, and I do know that this is not that complicated. Thanks again.

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ninja indicator calculation of MM

I'm trying to understand how MM lines are calc (and in particular how the ninja indicator calcs them). I'm happier using something when I can explain it to myself. I've read some of the docs posted but am still less than clear. Clarifications from some of those here who may understand it better would be appreciated.

The ninja indicator setting of PivotRangeType in the indicator settings - does this mean it starts it's calc with the hi and low of previous day?

When I set the chart to increasing timeframes, at some point the MM lines widen - why?

For whatever reason MM do seem to provide great levels to key off

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You should study the source code of the indicator itself to see the math.

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really?

Do you really want to know how they are calculated? It's not enough to see that they work huh? well it seems that I have to make 5 posts before I can add a link so..

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This is not directed at anyone specific, but I have seen a handful of posts where some of you are talking about 5 min charts. I am new to this forum, but I am not new to trading. If there was a way for me to disable my 5min chart option, I would. It is an absolute waste. I think we can agree that WD Gann was probably the greatest trader who has ever lived. Murrey math is based on Gann and if you have done a modicum of research on Gann, you would know that he did not trade hourly or 4 hour or even daily charts. He looked at bigger time frames and considered small time frames to be "ripples". That said, if I am using a system based on Gann, would it not make sense to look at higher time frames?

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