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MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Apprentice » Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:12 pm

Cloud.png

The relationship between moving average determines the color of the clouds.
We distinguish 4 cases.
Short & Long Growing
Growing Short & Long Falling
Falling Short & Long Growing
Short & Long Falling
Cloud.lua
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Cloud.png

MTF Inddicator that accompanies cloud Indicator,
will show Slope of clouds moving averages, for all selected time frames.
MTF Cloud.lua
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MA Cloud with Alternatively Source.lua
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MA Cloud with Alternatively Source and Alert.lua
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MT4/Mq4 version is available here.
viewtopic.php?f=38&t=63831
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby larryfolson » Sun Aug 29, 2010 5:56 pm

very nice, thanks :D
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby jsi@jp » Tue Aug 31, 2010 5:42 am

Thank you very much Apprentice. :D
You have helped me in a big way.

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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Jigit Jigit » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:08 pm

Hi Apprentice,
Great job as usual. :D

Could you, possibly, ad Volume Adjusted Moving Average to the drop down list in this indicator?

Thanks a million.
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Jigit Jigit » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:14 pm

Also, on second thoughts,

It would be very nice if someone could make this indicator actually display the two moving averages used (perhaps in darker colours). That would make the cloud even more aesthetically pleasing.

Thanks a lot.
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Jigit Jigit » Fri Oct 22, 2010 6:18 am

Dear Apprentice,
Please, please, could you add to the drop down list of moving averages in your Cloud
the Non-lag Moving Average as posted by Alexander Gettinger here: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=2231&p=5006&hilit=non+lag+ma#p5006

Thank you.
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Apprentice » Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:35 pm

Update

Non-lag Moving Average Added
VAMA Added
Show MA Line Option Added
Set Transparency Option Added
Price Type Option Added

Note.
To use ZeroLagMa Download RC1 Version of this indicator.
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Jigit Jigit » Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:10 pm

I just can't find words to thank you enough Apprentice.
Well, once again, thanks a million. :)

Two issues regarding this indicator:
1. In the drop-down list for "Method One" VAMA is still missing.

2. (Of crucial importance) Has anyone experienced problems with Trading Station/Marketscope while using this indicator. On my PC, the cloud, literally, seems to kill the charts. This is what happens:
* I add the Cloud to a plain candlestick chart.
* It does load but:

a) It spreads itself only over several dozens of candles (60-100 candles at most). I have to drag the chart back manually to actually make the cloud draw itself back beyond that. That in itself wouldn't be strange but once I drag , say, an M15 chart about a month back, it basically stops responding to the cursor moves and Marketscope, quite literally, freezes. Not to mention that it keeps crashing the whole Trading station every now and then, that is when loaded on several charts at the same time (say 8-12 charts).

I don't think it is due to some hardware issues (I work on an Intel Core i3 CPU 3GHz with 4 GB RAM and I checked the system performance during those hang-ups: CPU usage doesn't exceed 40%, neither does Memory usage exceed 50%). Would it be because of my 64-bit Windows 7?

b) The Cloud seems to have problems while working on the Non-Lag MA indicator. That is to say, it doesn't seem to be happy with anything above 100 periods. For example, drawing a cloud based on the famous 200 periods (Non-Lag MA) is rather problematic - more often than not it simply doesn't work.

Ant suggestions guys.
Please help me out.
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Apprentice » Sat Oct 23, 2010 10:49 am

First, Problem solved.
Second problem, I'll make a test on Monday.
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Re: MVA/EMA Cloud

Postby Jigit Jigit » Fri Oct 29, 2010 10:59 am

Hi Apprentice,
Any progress on this cloud indicator?
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