OK. Which timeframe is the MTF stochastic? I assumed CTF stochastic is either m5 or m15
CTF Stochastic=Currennt Time Frame, so the CTF Stochastic is the time frame you are watching on your chart. On an M15 chart the CTF Stochastic is M15.
On the MTF, or Multi-Time Frame Stochastic. the default setting automatically draws the next highest time frame of the TF you are currently watching. If you are watching M5, the MTF Stochastic will be M15. If you don’t want the MTF indicator to change, say you want to see the H1 stochastic on M1, M5, M15, and M30 TFs, go to the indicator Properties, click the inputs tab, and change the automatic function to false and change the TF from 0 to 60.
The MTF Stochastic is there so you don’t need to manually keep watching multiple time frames or keep clicking back and forth between TFs.
I hope this explanation helps. If you have questions please ask and someone should be able to help.
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