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This is the final version of the older CCLFibBands. I took Fib out of the title because it is much more than Fibs and indeed Fibs are not necessarily a core component. Users can input Fib ratios for the band widths but apart from that it's really a multi-band-type tool which can be used in a wide variety of ways.

1. Mean price based on various types of MA including BMT collective and other collectives, vwap (24 hr).
2. Mean based on day-range midprice or manually input price such as the Open, Yesterday Close or whatever you like.
3. Several types of band: ATR-based, StD based or custom default which is combination of ATR and percentage of price; also can be more or less responsive to short-term volatility; also can be based on looking back to see average maximum ranges over time to fix the outer bands and work the inner ones back from there.
4. One more minor wrinkle: can average any midline with the vwap. Also dynamic PVP is available as a mean.
5. Has target printing capability as DataSeries onetime plot dots or more extended text prints (which cannot be autoscale = falsed unfortunately), based on instant crossover of a band or later confirmed swing points (in Calc Bar Close mode only for swing option).

As far as I can tell, the indicator works well with no errors. When choosing any option involving the targets based on swing, have to keep indy in CalconBarClose = true; that confused me for a while. This because the Swing Indicator used to determine swing prices is calconbarclose only.

The attached picture shows Jan 6 am action in Gold with the mean price based on the POC/PVP price from yesterday afternoon. This is using the Manual MAtype and having a price typed into the ManualOverridePrice input. Also in this case I had the Lookback option on the band calculations. The Std bands probably would have contained price better but the purpose of this setup was to gauge whether or not the morning was looking like a rangebound day or a trend day. The price charging way above the old PVP and the outer bands clearly indicated a trend day. So in this case not used for trading signals per se, simply perspective on market situation.

There are many ways this indicator can be used. Hopefully the comments are helpful given how many options there are, but hopefully also anyone who finds bands helpful will take the time to simply experiment with different options.

NinjaTrader 6.5: YES
NinjaTrader 7.0: NO (sam028)

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