I would like to do an experiment with the indicator Bollinger, basically I want to remove the moving average middle, but the most important thing is making sure that the candles can cross the graph which Bollinger can not do because it just creates a channel.
I am afraid that you seem to be misinformed, as candles can and do very often close outside the Bollinger Bands when there are sudden strong rallies or trends.
Also, if you want, you can also widen the period or reduce the deviation and plenty of candles will form outsider of the Bollinger bands, even during weak trends.
Also, if you want to remove the middle line (the moving average), just use the alternative indicator that MT4 provides called 'Bands' and just set the colour parameter of the first line to 'None' and it will disappear. You can also choose different colours for the other lines too.
There is no programming required for these changes that I have mentioned. 😉
FMIC posted: I don't understand your request, because no change to programming is required to make bars cross the the Bollinger Band boundry. Please be more specific and detailed.
Hello FMIC she says that does not require programming to ensure that the BB icrociare candles ... how you can do? as you know, the BB creating a channel that expands with the volatility does not create a cross with candles. Perhaps you are referring to Central MA? if that were true that I have to eliminate, to me it needs the higher MA and MA lower able to cross candles
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