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Thanks for this. However, I'm using NT 6.5. Is there a version of this for 6.5 (this version wouldn't work).

Also, do you have the rest of the indicators that they use?

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Thanks for this. However, I'm using NT 6.5. Is there a version of this for 6.5 (this version wouldn't work).

Also, do you have the rest of the indicators that they use?

The MomDots code is the same for NT 7.0. and NT 6.5., so just edit any inicator in NT 6.5., save it as MomDots and then replace the code with the code from this indicator. Compile via F5. Should work.

By the way, not sure that you are asking for the same MomentumDots. I am referring to MomentumDots that show a displaced momentum, see description below. Also used in the ElectronicLocal Blog.

I think that most of the other indicators can be found in the download section here or on the NinjaTarder forum. I would have to search them as well.

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I found the following file which is supposed to be the "Emini Academy Indicators Pack for NinjaTrader".

It looks like an html file.

Anyone know what to do with it?

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I found the following file which is supposed to be the "Emini Academy Indicators Pack for NinjaTrader".

It looks like an html file.

Anyone know what to do with it?

Delete it, has nothing to do with NinjaTrader.

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MomDots simplified

The MomDots are nothing special. You do not even need to code it.

Just take a 3 period SMA of the typical price and displace it by 2 periods. Then select dots for the plot and that's all.

Displaced moving averages were quite a fad some ten years ago. For example Joe diNapoli also uses a three-period SMA displaced by 3 bars and calls it 3X3. MomDots would be 3X2.

Change the displacement to find out, what suits you best.

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Large and small trigger lines.

I have not been able to use the info posted about the triggers to produce the trigger lines.
In what indicator do I put the following info?

Large Trigger lines: Close, 80, 20
Small Trigger lines: Close, 20,5

thanks for your help.

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I have not been able to use the info posted about the triggers to produce the trigger lines.
In what indicator do I put the following info?

Large Trigger lines: Close, 80, 20
Small Trigger lines: Close, 20,5

thanks for your help.

I have already explained it in #24. It is the LinReg indicator. For the large trigger lines you take the LinReg(80) and a moving average of this LinReg, which is EMA(LinReg(80), 20). The moving average is the EMA(20) of the first line. Similar for the small trigger lines.

What I do not understand is, why you try to copy concepts with all the details. I personally find all those trigger lines on my chart confusing (seechart 1 below). If you take a single LinReg(34), displaced by 3 or 4 periods, this would be enough as a trendfilter. Add the VWAP of the current session as an institutional benchmark, and you are already better off.

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I have not been able to use the info posted about the triggers to produce the trigger lines.
In what indicator do I put the following info?

Large Trigger lines: Close, 80, 20
Small Trigger lines: Close, 20,5

thanks for your help.

Go to ninjatrader forum and search for TriggerLines.

FT is absolutely correct with the formulas.

It's very easy to construct the TriggerLines in Sierra Chart with it's indicator on indicator feature without writing any code.

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...What I do not understand is, why you try to copy concepts with all the details. I personally find all those trigger lines on my chart confusing (seechart 1 below).

Must be a case where beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I personaly find the trigger lines extremely usefull in my trading. They represent more than the direction of a trend, they provide levels where to place your orders with a vey small risk 3-6 ticks at times 8 ticks. They show signs of weakness and/or strength. They tell you when not to trade because they can clearly show when a turbulence zone is being crossed or better when it will most likely end etc. I could keep on but suffice to say they can be extremely usefull if you take the time to study price action around these lines. The most interesting quality of these lines in my mind is that they provide a frame of reference where you can more easily detect some of the patterns price makes everyday over and over. In the end, it's a question of habit. You want to train your mind to see small nuances you would not see that easily otherwise.

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Go to ninjatrader forum and search for TriggerLines.

FT is absolutely correct with the formulas.

It's very easy to construct the TriggerLines in Sierra Chart with it's indicator on indicator feature without writing any code.

NT 7.0 also uses the indicator on indicator approach. The trigger lines above were constructed with NinjaTrader default indicators. MACDBBLines and smoothed Keltner Channels can be found in the download section of this forum. Just the fib confluence zones are my little secret.

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