Can someone please help with a SMI that has a signal line??? The one's found do not have the signal line....
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DislikedCan someone please help with a SMI that has a signal line??? The one's found do not have the signal line....Ignored
DislikedHi Trustdoc7 Assuming I understand what you mean by a signal line, the attached SMI indicator has one. Welcome to the forum DavidIgnored
Disliked@Gumrai Unfair. You are making something out of my posting, I never even remotely said or meant.Ignored
DislikedThe indicator line is not updating.
I tried to fix it but it didnt work out.
Hanover, could you fix it?
DislikedA request without a please is not too different from a demand. Ask nicely and you may get the response that you want is not asking nicely, it is more like a complaint.Ignored
DislikedI didn't write "please" on purpose, because that sounded to me even more demanding ("PLEASE!" or "Pleaaasee ...").Ignored
DislikedHi Hanover, thanks a lot for modifying the code. I already posted a corrected version above I found elsewhere. As I mentioned before, first I tried to correct it by myself, using the canonical approach described in: http://book.mql4.com/samples/icustom There was at least some reason to assume that you worked with this indicator, since you posted it. Why ask somebody else, if you could ask a top reference like hanover? Now this thread has a full functional SMI indicator, that's at least a tiny improvement and not a total waste. If this...Ignored
DislikedHanover, The interest in the SMI might be because of a recent you tube video by Anne Marie Baiynd. She uses a very slow D% and uses the slow line's position to indicate that the share or index is in upward momentum or downward momentum. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCazDCsHsC0Ignored
Dislikedhi ! can anybody tell me what settings is using Anne-Marie Baiynd for SMI in the video uploaded on post 15 ? all i could understand are 6 and 15 ( first and last ) but don't know the other 2 settings. thank you .Ignored