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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby Apprentice » Sun Apr 10, 2011 7:40 am

I'm just curious.
Is this a comment or request for a Strategy/Signal.
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby Blackcat2 » Mon Apr 11, 2011 8:59 pm

I think the new version is not drawing the slow CCI line..
I'm using Trading station version 01.10.0.32911

Is it ok to use the old one? What's different between old version and new version?

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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby Apprentice » Tue Apr 12, 2011 4:16 am

Slow is the same then redudantan with histogram.
I simply offered a different design, a cleaner, simpler and faster to calculate.
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby kamalsidhu » Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:31 am

hi

this system looks great but i can't see slow cci14.what could be reason.and if you can add some more screen shots that will be great.
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby Blackcat2 » Tue Apr 12, 2011 5:02 pm

Is it possible to provide an option to change the color of the overbought/oversold and zero lines? If it's possible, to change the line style too.. Could you please apply to the older and newer version of the indicator?

I understand what apprentice is trying to say, if the slow CCI line is basically the same as the histogram then just read/see where the histogram (bars) is and that's the slow CCI..

I'm curious though, is it a big improvement in terms of calculation speed?

Thanks.. :)
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby sunshine » Wed Apr 13, 2011 1:44 am

Hi,

The top post is updated. Please download and reinstall the new version of the indicator.

Blackcat2 wrote:Is it possible to provide an option to change the color of the overbought/oversold and zero lines? If it's possible, to change the line style too.. Could you please apply to the older and newer version of the indicator?

I understand what apprentice is trying to say, if the slow CCI line is basically the same as the histogram then just read/see where the histogram (bars) is and that's the slow CCI..

I'm curious though, is it a big improvement in terms of calculation speed?

Thanks.. :)
BC
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby magicfx » Wed May 04, 2011 1:10 pm

Hi Apprentice,

I just came to know about Woodie CCI.
Thanks for the upload.
But how you combined the two CCI 14 periods and 6 periods into single CCI chart?
(Jeff Gannon nicely summarize how to set up the technique with the above two periods of CCI. See the site here:
http://www.trading-naked.com/CCI_Setups.htm )

Is it possible to have signal of buy or sell on the chart based of zero line reject and CCI Trendline crosses?
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby Apprentice » Thu May 05, 2011 4:04 am

First you must distinguish, indicators and strategies.
Fast CCI is in every respect equal to the standard CCI.
Slow CCI is also identical to CCI.
If the Fast and Slow Period the same period, you will have the same value.

According to a defined algorithm, slow CCI is used for Bars coloring.

As for these strategies, they are possible.
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby mosesnobleraj » Wed Jun 01, 2011 10:48 am

can you add email alert to woodie cci,
can you give bigger timeframe woodie cci indicator
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Re: Woodie CCI

Postby Apprentice » Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:22 pm

Your request has been added to developmental cue.
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