1D MACD, with slightly slower values for a little less noise.
Instead of the 12, 26, 9, this shows the 13, 34, 9.
Instead of showing a histogram, it uses area and color-codes the area blue and red based on directional movement.
Overlaid is a black histogram line showing the 4H MACD, produced by values of 6, 13, 5.
This is an interesting study that can be used as a tool for determining trend direction, and also could be a trailing stop setter. I use it as a gauge on MTF settings, in the pic MTF is turned off. If on, you can look at the bar cycle of the 1h while on the 15m giving you a lot of information in one tool. If a line is missing high or low, it is because it was...
// - One stop shop for multiple MA duplicates over different resolutions.
// - A veritable banquet of MA's to choose from.
// - Set up you MA variables, and then plot up to 4 duplicates all using different time frames.