SinFractal7TF

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The indicator differs from the classic Fractals indicator by having the ability to display
from one to seven fractal curves in an additional chart window (

SinFractal), plotted on 7 different timeframes, and their resulting curve (SinFractal R).
Due to the applied sinusoidal transformations, the values of the curves are within strictly limited limits: from

-100 to 100. The settings allow you to disable curves that are not necessary for the trader’s strategies. To simplify
For visual perception, the additional indicator window does not display curves from timeframes smaller than the timeframe of the chart on which
the indicator operates. It is possible to display the curve only on one timeframe. In this case, the resulting curve will be the
resulting curve at the same time. In addition, the additional window displays three levels, set by settings, at the intersection of which the
resulting curve can be given sound signals and alerts. The settings allow you to smooth the displayed curves by

The EMA, and change their “sensitivity”. Depending on the settings, the indicator can signal generated by the
different ways: by the intersection of curves defined layers, convergence and divergence of the curves for different timeframes, change
the provisions of the curves for the different time frames relative to the resulting curve, the intersection of the different curves, the divergences, etc.
Watch, try and choose the signals that are most clear, and close to your strategies.

SinFractal curves are calculated using the formula:

SinFractal = 100*Sin (a) = 100*b/s,

where:

c – the distance from the closing price of the candle where the last fractal appeared to the closing price of the next settlement candle;

b – the difference between the closing price of the last fractal and the closing price of the next candle that appears after the last
closed fractal;

h – the number of bars from the last fractal to the next calculated section;

a is the angle between segment c and segment h.

The resulting SinFractal R curveis calculated by the formula:

SinFractal R = (SinFractal TF1 SinFractal TF2 SinFractal TF3 SinFractal TF4 SinFractal TF5 SinFractal TF6 SinFractal TF7) / 7

where SinFractal TF is the curve calculated for the specified timeframe.

• EMA period – the period of the EMAused for smoothing. Recommended values – from 1 to 20;
• Sensitivity Coefficient – Sensitivity coefficient. Recommended values are from 1 to 12;
• TF_0_ – TF_6_-settings with drop-down menus for selecting timeframes. When selectingthe “qurent” value” –
the selected timeframe is not used (except for the first one, which is used constantly);
• Maximum level – the level of the maximum value of the indicator curve, at the intersection of which an Alert is issued.
Recommended values are from 30 to 100.
• Minimum level – the level of the minimum value of the indicator curve, at the intersection of which an Alert is issued.
Recommended values are -30 to -100.
• Alert zero level-enables / disables the Alert that informs you that the indicator curve crosses the zero level line.
• Alert max level-enables / disables the Alert that informs you that the level line indicator curve intersects
the maximum value.
• Alert min level-enables / disables the Alert that informs you that the indicator curve crosses the minimum level line.
values.
• Maximum bars (0 -all bars) – the number of bars used to calculate the indicator. When the value is 0
– the calculation is carried out for all bars of the chart.

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