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RJay,

I have renko bars but what are "renkomedium" bars?

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The bottom line is on top?????

The market has moved so far today murrey math has the bottom line on top?????

It is... it really is... top line says bottom of trading range.

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The bottom line is on top?????

The market has moved so far today murrey math has the bottom line on top?????

It is... it really is... top line says bottom of trading range.

See Attachment,

Rjay

The "lowest" MML goes is -2/8 (Extreme OS -2/8). You are nearing it in that screen shot.

"Bottom of trading range" I think is what you are referring to here (the top line in your screenshot). The trading range is defined as 3/8 to 5/8, where price is 43% of the time.

Also, you might benefit from recalculating the MML's hourly (is option in indicator panel).

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hey guys,

thanks to all you for your input regard the MML. I've been playing around for the past few days and am really seeing the importance of the MML along with other indicators!!!

I just wanted to ask from the others using the MML, @ time frames have you found the MML the most useful (i.e. 60min chart)


for ZN & 6E charts!!


for me:

6E...MML on 4181 volume charts have been pretty good
ZN...MML on 10946volume charts have been pretty good

thanks in advance for your responses!!!

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I just wanted to ask from the others using the MML, @ time frames have

I think you already know mine, so hopefully you'll get some more responses from other people.

For ZN I use a 6765v for my big chart, and for ES a 10946v. I am also playing with Renko charts, and for ZN it would be 3 tick renko, for ES 4 tick renko. I have to admit I am leaning towards the renko charts to replace my big volume charts.

I only have MML on my big chart.

I also have it set to recalculate MML's hourly. That can make a big difference, so try it both ways.

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I have mine set to hourly also on 3,5,8 and 12 range gbp/usd charts.

Just started using it a few days ago but so far seems to show significant support and resistance areas.

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i look at 1 minute and four minute for hourly, 16 minute for daily, 32 minute for weekly and 4 hours for monthly on eurusd ... sometimes is eurusd flat i look gbp currencies they work fine for hourly mml ...

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imo mml works better on time based data, with the exception of hourly and range ...

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I have mine set to hourly also on 3,5,8 and 12 range gbp/usd charts.

Just started using it a few days ago but so far seems to show significant support and resistance areas.

look at 8 and 16 only ...

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thanks Mike for your response!

quick question, how do have it to recalculate on the hourly chart, is that an enhancement you made for your own MML?

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