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Its been a long time!!!!, Here, I am back with another indicator bust. This time it is TTM_Trend sold by Trade The Market.

This is my interpretation of the indicator, There are some mismatches, but i consider it as minimum. On Thinkorswim I was able to match it exactly. May be its just the way Tradingview plots the arguments specified. Here is the concept for anyone who want to improve and match it to the actual.

Update: The mismatch occurs in high volatility zone. the painted bars highs and lows in Tradingview is different when compared to TOS.
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study("UCS_Trend", overlay=true) // My Interpretation of TTM Trend bars. It is really close to the actual. 

haclose = ohlc4
haopen = na(haopen[1]) ? (open + close) / 2 : (haopen[1] + haclose[1]) / 2
//hahigh = max(high, max(haopen, haclose))
//halow = min(low, min(haopen, haclose))

ccolor = haclose - haopen > 0 ? 1 : 0

inside6 = haopen <= max(haopen[6],haclose[6]) and haopen>=min(haopen[6],haclose[6]) and haclose <= max(haopen[6],haclose[6]) and haclose >= min(haopen[6],haclose[6]) ? 1 : 0

inside5 = haopen <= max(haopen[5],haclose[5]) and haopen>=min(haopen[5],haclose[5]) and haclose <= max(haopen[5],haclose[5]) and haclose >= min(haopen[5],haclose[5]) ? 1 : 0

inside4 = haopen <= max(haopen[4],haclose[4]) and haopen>=min(haopen[4],haclose[4]) and haclose <= max(haopen[4],haclose[4]) and haclose >= min(haopen[4],haclose[4]) ? 1 : 0

inside3 = haopen <= max(haopen[3],haclose[3]) and haopen>=min(haopen[3],haclose[3]) and haclose <= max(haopen[3],haclose[3]) and haclose >= min(haopen[3],haclose[3]) ? 1 : 0

inside2 = haopen <= max(haopen[2],haclose[2]) and haopen>=min(haopen[2],haclose[2]) and haclose <= max(haopen[2],haclose[2]) and haclose >= min(haopen[2],haclose[2]) ? 1 : 0

inside1 = haopen <= max(haopen[1],haclose[1]) and haopen>=min(haopen[1],haclose[1]) and haclose <= max(haopen[1],haclose[1]) and haclose >= min(haopen[1],haclose[1]) ? 1 : 0

colorvalue = inside6 ? ccolor[6] : inside5 ? ccolor[5] : inside4 ? ccolor[4] : inside3 ? ccolor[3] : inside2 ? ccolor[2] : inside1 ? ccolor[1] : ccolor

color = colorvalue ? blue : red

LOOKING FOR TTM_TREND for autotrading capatilibty.
I am looking for this indicator coded for thinkorswim.
I would like to use in for auto entry and auto stop in trading, but the TTM_TREND does not allow that (only in charting or scanning)
So, i would need to create custom code.
Great code man. I am using it with huge confidence here in TV. But I am also trying to translate this to Delphi, in another platform (Brazil). And the line 4 ("haopen = na(haopen) ? (open + close) / 2 : (haopen + haclose) / 2"), I cannot understand and code this appropriately in Delphi. The way I do led to wrong results. Could you help me?
melhoretto PRO melhoretto
I´ve solved the problem in december. After "dissect" and simulate step by step, the result was exactly like this one. With little differences to the original by the book author. But just ok.
Thank you for the indicator. ^^
welcome back!
HI, Can you please share the TOS script??
I can't, the concept is here, use that and develop it yourself. Sorry
I will be coding the new MTF Trend from SO, Again a huge rip off, for $600. and a Breakout indicator for $200.

Here is the link to the video /watch?v=3gNxBYL1oJU&list=PLP1qMpUAau2A3fWBSqYeKP3ZOR997VUWz&index=1#
wa1 ucsgears
Just watched the video on this, very awesome. Can't wait till you get it coded!!
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