Dislikedwhen I change the instrument it also changes the PSA readings in some way, I would like to know the underlying reason if possible.Ignored
If your PeriodsForRegr entry is relative (e.g. +0), then changing the chart timeframe will obviously cause the calculations to be performed over different candles. But changing the instrument/pair should not make too much difference.
Of course my PSA settings are probably different to yours. If you post a screenshot of your settings, I'll give them a try.
Dislikedhere a my current settingsIgnored
The RescaleUsingATR entry should be one of:
a) If you want PSA to perform the calculation using regression lines:
[ATR period size],[timeframe]
b) If you want PSA to perform the calculation using percentages:
Either way, there should be only two entries (anything after that will be ignored)
For more info, please see the PDF attached to post #1, and this post also.
I attached PSA with the settings in your screenshot, and the only changes in the values that I noticed, when clicking the buttons, were small enough to be explained by price movements.
I have left FF. Please don't expect replies to your posts.