The SumInd indicator combines Heiking Ashi, Sar Parabolic, Koncord, RSI, DMI, MACD and Bollinger Bands to give buy or sell signals or trends. This are called base indicators.
The goal is to have a clear and quick buy or sell suggestion and to avoid evaluating all or some of the named indicators, especially if they give contradictory signals among them. This speed and simplicity helps the trader to see several tickers in less time. It is intended for all markets and time periods where the above-mentioned indicators can be used.

How it works:
SumInd already has the importance or "weight" of each indicator named above configured, but they can be modified. You can set 0% for no use, or any other value based on the weight you want to give it, between 1% and 200% where 100% is the normal use, and increases or decreases based on importance.
Each base indicator can give signals to buy, sell or just "wait and see".
Each base indicator is checked for a buy signal, in which case its weight is added to the positive or green line, and if there is a sell signal, its weight is subtracted from the sell or red line. in case of indeterminacy or 'wait and see', nothing is added to any signal.
The yellow or total line is the sum of the buy or green signal plus the sell or red signal.
If the yellow or total line rises above the buy level, the background changes to green and an up arrow appears at the bottom of the chart indicating the buy suggestion, because most of the indicators you are interested in gave a buy signal.
If the yellow line or total falls below the sell level, the background changes to red and a downward arrow appears in the upper area of the chart indicating the sell suggestion, because most of the indicators you are interested in gave a sell signal.
The Buy and Sell level can be changed according to the security of the suggestion you need.
Areas without arrows or marks are considered "wait and see" areas, the previous trend in principle continues. They can be marked with the default background if desired from the SumInd settings.

Details and criterials:
Each of the following indicators can be turned on or off and assigned different weights of importances, by whether or not it shares the following criteria:
Heikin Ashi candles: add or subtract half an assigned weight if there is a buy or sell candle and the other half weight if there are two consecutive candles with the same signal.
RSI: Adds or subtracts the assigned weight if the ema is below or above the signal.
Parabolic Sar: Adds half a weight in transition to buy or sell and another half weight if there are two consecutive signals of the same trend.
Koncord: Add or subtract the weight if the current trend (mountain) grows or decreases respectively from the 4th previous time signal, and also the value (red line) is less than 35 or exceeds 65 respectively.
DMI: Adds or subtracts a quarter of the weight assigned by the DMI signal multiplied by the value of DMI, if the positive or negative signal exceeds the other negative or positive signal by 15% respectively.
Bollinger Bands: Add or subtract the weight if the previous third signal touches or falls out of the zone and keeps growing or decreasing respectively.
MACd: Add or subtract one third of the weight if the last 3 time signals are rising or falling, Add or subtract another third if the fast signal is above or below the slow signal, and Add or subtract the last third of the weight if it is rising with the negative fast signal, or falling with the positive fast signal.

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