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v2vboni Oct 14, 2019 1:10pm | Post# 201

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v2v Momenticks

updates:

Now with alerts and on-curve histo bars

Alerts with the following behavior:

"sloping up and greater than zero"
"sloping down and less than zero"
"sloping down and less than zero"
"sloping up and less than zero"

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Get it here at post #1

v2vboni Oct 15, 2019 2:29am | Post# 202

v2v Momenticks

update...

  1. fixed some issues with alerts and optimized calculations


v2vboni Oct 15, 2019 5:28pm | Post# 203

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v2v Momenticks A volume-weighted price linear momentum
Linear momentum is defined as the product of a system's mass multiplied by its velocity. In symbols, linear momentum is expressed as p = mv. Momentum is directly proportional to the object's mass and also its velocity. Thus the greater an object's mass or the greater its velocity, the greater its momentum.


p = momentum;
m = mass is converted into volume of trade or tick data.
v = velocity, it’s a value taken from pips movement divided by timeframe in point/seconds.

Now... with anchored Momenticks.
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Read about Linear Momentum:
Impulse Affects Momentum
Any moving object can have momentum. This is because momentum is mass in motion. The way we determine an object's momentum is fairly straightforward. Momentum is the object's mass times its velocity, or, in equation form, p=mv, where p is momentum, m is mass in kilograms, and v is velocity in meters per second. Momentum is proportional to both mass and velocity, meaning that a change in one will cause the same amount of change in the other. So if you increase an object's mass, you also increase its momentum. The same is true for velocity: increase or decrease the object's speed, and you increase or decrease its momentum by the same amount.
But usually it's the object's velocity that changes instead of its mass, right? You may remember that a change in velocity means the object is accelerating. You may also remember that acceleration is caused by a force and that the greater the force, the greater the acceleration. Therefore, the greater the acceleration, the greater the momentum!
Force is an important factor, but time also counts. Specifically, when we are interested in knowing how long the force acts. For example, if you push a box across the floor for just a few seconds, the time interval is very short. But if you push a box across the floor and you do so with the same force as before, but this time for several minutes, you've increased the amount of time the force acts. This longer time interval leads to a greater change in momentum. This change in momentum is called impulse, and it describes the quantity that we just saw: the force times the time interval it acts over. The greater the impulse, the greater the change in momentum. To change the impulse, you can either change the amount of force, or you can change the time interval in which that force acts. In equation form, we can write this relationship between impulse and momentum as Name:  formula_greek.png
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The Greek letter delta means 'change in,' and we read this equation as force times the time interval equals the change in mass times velocity. Be careful not to read this as 'force times time equals mass times velocity' because now you're saying that 'impulse equals momentum.' It's important to remember that impulse is a change in momentum, not the momentum itself.

Changing Time and Force
If you want a large increase in momentum, you need to exert a large force over a long time period. When you quickly shove the box, it doesn't move very quickly across the floor, but if you push it with that same force for a long period of time, you can move it all the way across the room. This is because you've increased the time variable on the left side of the equation. When an object is brought to rest, its momentum also changes, but now it decreases instead of increases. Time is especially important in this situation because a longer time interval means less force acts on the object to result in the same change in momentum.
Say for example that a stunt double jumped from a 10-story window during an action scene. Does she want to land on the sidewalk, which is very hard, or does she want to land on a soft cushion? She definitely wants to land on the soft cushion because this cushioning will increase the time of her impact and decrease the force on her as she lands. In either case, her impulse, or her change in momentum, is exactly the same because in either case, she goes from moving to a state of rest. The difference is that the change occurs over a different time period and with a different amount of force.


...more about anchored momentum
Anchored Momentum Indicator Study by Rudy Stefenel.pdf

v2vboni Oct 16, 2019 4:28pm | Post# 204

v2v Momenticks ─ A volume-weighted price linear momentum...

...Get the updated release at >>> Post #1

  1. code optimization and improved calculations
  2. new default settings for anchored momenticks
  3. modify on-screen indicator name and configuration parameters


v2vboni Oct 16, 2019 5:58pm | Post# 205

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Traders Dynamic Zones welcomes the arrival of v2v Momenticks Linear Momentum to v2v dynamic trading system family
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v2vboni Oct 17, 2019 10:29am | Post# 206

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Soon! ...another johnny mnemonic release by v2v

 

  1. Traders Dynamic Zones: Momenticks inside

    1. powered by Linear-weighted Momentum




RSI classic setup
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mntiwana Oct 17, 2019 7:03pm | Post# 207

Hi v2vboni
Thanks for your efforts and continuous contributions
Much appreciations
regards

v2vboni Oct 19, 2019 7:44am | Post# 208

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Need to figure out the Angular Velocity/Acceleration with Linear-Weighted Anchored Momentum (LWM)... to identify an imminent sign of cycle displacement
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Below is the new setup for the v2v dynamic trading system: the new TDZ-Momentics (anchored LWM configuration) with a 2-in-1 in one LWM type. (normal and anchored equation)
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v2vboni Oct 19, 2019 1:37pm | Post# 209

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Another johnny mnemonic updates by v2v ; )─

v2v Momenticks v1.11
...a Linear-Weighted Momentum tool... kind of salted by the famous Salt Bae of N.Y.
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You may attach this on your chart to have multiple instances of your desired options by changing the "Unique ID" parameter value
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You may attach this on your chart with multiple instances with your desired option by changing the "Unique ID" parameter value
Just a reminder, this tool is about Linear "Momentum". This is not the usual trading tool wherein you buy or sell whenever it crosses the zero line level. More so, if you selected the Rate of Change (ROC) or the Adaptive ATR option. Hence, you may use this tool if you need additional technical insights for your own generated based line analysis (FA & TA).


Again, remember it is Linear "Momentum". It requires keen observation and attention to detail.

...Get the updated release >>> here

v2vboni Oct 19, 2019 5:20pm | Post# 210

By the way... the adaptive ATR feature was based on mladen's work shared at metaquotes. Please read the below information he shared with it.

"Average True Range (ATR) is a widely used indicator in many occasions. It is calculated as SMA (Simple Moving Average) of true range (which is calculated as the greatest of the following: current high less the current low, the absolute value of the current high less the previous close and the absolute value of the current low less the previous close). With an added "twist": It is using Perry Kaufman's Efficiency Ratio to calculate adaptive true range"

And with this Momenticks release, the usage is... the same.


I just updated the above Momenticks wherein it shows the previous and current ATR value

...Get the updated release >>> here

v2vboni Oct 19, 2019 7:46pm | Post# 211

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momenticks... updates

  1. Minor fixed with vertical line guide and an auto-assigned unique id for each unique LWM option attached to the chart

    1. more than one instances of the LWM option require a manual change to the Unique ID parameter value.


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Th-th-th-that's all folks! ... for the updates of the day ; )─


mntiwana Oct 19, 2019 7:52pm | Post# 212

Hi v2vboni
Thanks for continuous updating,appreciations.

v2vboni Oct 20, 2019 4:19pm | Post# 213

v2v Momenticks v1.15 updates

  1. added... "Variance". Based on mladen's work posted at MetaQuotes
  2. rectified indicator short name string length issue

The standard deviation is a measure of how much a dataset differs from its mean; it tells us how dispersed the data are. A dataset thatís pretty much clumped around a single point would have a small standard deviation, while a dataset thatís all over the map would have a large standard deviation.
Given a sample the standard deviation is defined as the square root of the variance


...Get the updated release >>> here

v2vboni Oct 21, 2019 11:09am | Post# 214

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v2v Momenticks v1.17 updates

 

  1. added... "Volatility Ratio". Based on mladen's work posted at MetaQuotes
  2. some code optimization

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Theory:

There is always a need to measure if the market is "quiet" or it is volatile. One of the possible ways is to use standard deviations, but the issue is simple: we do not have some levels that could help us find out if the market is in a state of lower or higher volatility. This feature is attempting to do that :

 

  1. values above level 0 are indicating a state of increasing volatility
  2. values below level 0 are indicating a state of decreasing volatility


Usage :
This is not a directional feature. It should be used for volatility detection, not trend assessment - for that, you have to use some other indicator and then check this one if the market volatility conditions are those that you expect


...Get the updated release >>> here


v2vboni Oct 22, 2019 2:43pm | Post# 215

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v2v dynamic trading system updates:

  1. Traders Dynamic Zones (TDZ): Now powered by Momenticks.
    The TDZ has always been in sync with the v2v trading system process or structure. Such as global variable dependency/handling, used technology (algorithms), and parameter values/coded settings in synchronicity with the so-called power of 3-6-9 setup.
  2. Heiken-Ashi APB: newly optimized and tested Price Action Channel (PAC)
  3. and code optimizations with indicators included in this system
  4. Just a minor update is done on the guest indicator >>> Momenticks

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A must before loading the v2v dynamic trading system

Follow the steps below:

  1. Open an M1 chart
  2. Press "F2" key to load History Center
  3. Navigate to the currency pair and the "1 Minute (M1)" history data for the chart you have open in your terminal (be sure to "double click" the "1 Minute (M1)" selection in history center so it becomes the active selection)
  4. Then left-click once on any of the data rows in the right-hand window of the History Center (it doesn't matter which one)
  5. Click the "Add" button, this pops up another window titled "Bar" and the default selection is on the "year"
  6. Enter 1970
  7. Then select "OK"... and it creates a new bar with the timestamp and price info you just added.
  8. Now select "Close" in the History Center
  9. Navigate to your M1 chart of interest and then from the terminal menu select "Charts -> Refresh"...this will refresh the chart and attempts to fill any time gaps in the chart data (which now includes your year 1970 data point) with server data
    Step 9 continued...Now your chart will have pulled anywhere from 2048 to 65536 M1 bars from your broker's server (not Metaquotes server) and is usually far more data than you can get the broker to cough up when you try and manually scroll your M1 chart back in time



If everything went fine... then you've quickly downloaded all the broker's M1 data on your currency pair that the broker is going to let you have, much faster than holding down the home or page-up key for minutes and minutes to download even fewer data. Now, you may continue with the rest of the time frames. But, don't forget to delete (it depends on the MT4 server set up by your broker) the year 1970 dummy tick data after it downloads more history and/or check if after deletion it will revert back to a default max of 2048 history size otherwise add 1970 once again.


v2vboni Oct 27, 2019 11:17pm | Post# 216

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v2v dynamic trading system: updates & fixes:

The following indicators have been updated

  1. Traders Dynamic Zones (TDZ)
  2. Heiken-Ashi APB
  3. Pivot Fib plus ─ fixed a slight issue with button toggle behavior
  4. Neural Network ─ fixed a slight issue with button toggle behavior
  5. Volume Profile-Range (VP-R): Powered by Momentics ─ using T3 based MA
  6. VWAP: Powered by Momentics ─ using T3 based MA
  7. Short & Long ─Multiple DSMA ─ fixed a slight issue with button toggle behavior

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A must before loading the v2v dynamic trading system (new steps)

Follow the steps below:

 

  1. Open an M1 chart
  2. Press "F2" key to load History Center
  3. Navigate to the currency pair and the "1 Minute (M1)" history data for the chart you have open in your terminal (be sure to "double click" the "1 Minute (M1)" selection in history center so it becomes the active selection)
  4. Then left-click once on any of the data rows in the right-hand window of the History Center (it doesn't matter which one)
  5. Click the "Add" button, this pops up another window titled "Bar" and the default selection is on the "year"
  6. Enter 1970
  7. Then select "OK"... and it creates a new bar with the timestamp and price info you just added.
  8. Now select "Close" in the History Center
  9. Attached a script located under "Scripts" folder (with v2v_dynamic_system.zip) >>> Attached this to your chart: ForceLoadHistoricalData.ex4
  10. Navigate to your M1 chart of interest and then from the terminal window (press Ctrl-T) select "Journal "-> go to main chart window and right-click mouse button and select "Refresh"...this will refresh the chart and attempts to fill any time gaps in the chart data (which now includes your year 1970 data point) with server data
    Step 10 continued...Now your chart will have pulled anywhere from 2048 to 65536 M1 bars from your broker's server (not Metaquotes server) and is usually far more data than you can get the broker to cough up when you try and manually scroll your M1 chart back in time


If everything went fine... then you've quickly downloaded all the broker's M1 data on your currency pair that the broker is going to let you have, much faster than holding down the home or page-up key for minutes and minutes to download even fewer data. Now, you may continue with the rest of the time frames. But, don't forget to delete the year 1970 dummy tick data after it downloads more history, then you may need to check & verify if after the deletion (1970 record) if still got maximum historical data has been downloaded otherwise add 1970 record once again.


v2vboni Oct 28, 2019 2:05am | Post# 217

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v2vboni Oct 28, 2019 2:20pm | Post# 218

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v2v dynamic trading system: just got optimized

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v2vboni Oct 29, 2019 11:31pm | Post# 219

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If you experienced the greyed out ( unclickable elements ) MT4 toolbar issue whenever you are loading custom indicator(s) that use tick data (volume history) extensively, which usually happens upon loading the v2v dynamic trading system. And more often (with MT4 demo servers due to connection/latency issue) if you closed your MT4 platform while more than one chart/instrument or pair are getting loaded (more frequently from the previous release). Now with the current release (get it from the shared link below), you might not experience this issue anymore as the entire system won't load up completely unless the connection to your broker's MT4 server(s) (demo or real) has been established successfully.

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To rectify this issue, please follow the instructions below (on the screenshots):
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***optional solution: Reload your template (the default or v2v dynamic system) on your chart or switch to another timeframe (e.g. from M30 to H1)

v2vboni Oct 30, 2019 10:34am | Post# 220

v2v dynamic trading system: profile loading... and greyed out ( unclickable elements) MT4 toolbar prevention

  1. Added greyed out toolbar prevention code... and removed unwanted objects due to on-load failure
  2. New default parameter values
  3. Since intuition can be trained... And so as your eyes and brain in order to see the divergence/convergence. With that, I removed TDZ's divergence signal to prevent a possible false signal creeping up to your analytical mind.
  4. New template and custom profile


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