Hello Bazooko, i will try to answer your questions.
Best way is with a screen shot commonly seen on these posts on this forun but i had some problems uploading - will try again soon.
MACD numbers - my idea. The standard 26,12,9 is too fast to match up well with the GMMA. The modified MACD is used on all time frames. I use the 30 min time frame or greater to allow for a decent amount of pip travel.
I use all these indicators on 7 time frames ie 1,5,10,30 mins,1,4 hrs and daily.
The platform i use is the GFT forex platform although the broker is not GFT forex (FXS Forex in Australia.) It takes quite a while to load the ema’s because I have to load them one by one, therefore, 12 on each screen,7 screens means 84 loadings.
That done then their values are given and then their colours are given.
A lot of work but it is very rewarding to be immediately see the true character of the trend which is otherwise invisible and then you are trading blind except for maybe, the help of candlesticks.
I do not know what MT4 is but I do know that you need a good charting package to be able to load the GMMA, although piece by piece.
Do not make the short term blue averages too light in colour or you will not be able to see them - mid blue is best.
[B]VERY IMPORTANT[/B] - Use a [B]white [/B]background and not a black one. The black may be more sexy - it looks like an astronomy exercise! but sadly lacks in resolution which is crucial when dealing with this many lines.
Kind regards, Tymen Wortel, Perth, Western Australia.