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Here is the Waddah Attar Explosion Indicator converted by Syracusepro from Pinescript to ThinkorSwim. I also found this indicator on MQL5 as well.

**Some notes I found:**From looking at the code, it looks like an mix between Standard MACD and iBands Displayed as a seperate window flat indicator. So the Green and Red lines correspond with MACD. The Sienna line looks like it indicating the explosive price power. The Blue line indicated the dead zone - no trade. All logic seems to be looking at the Close price. So Green is Buy and Red is Sell. If Green is above Blue and Siena - Signal Buy. If Red is above Blue and Siena - Signal Sell. Exit the Open Buy when Green goes below Blue Dead Zone. Exit the Open Sell when Red goes below Blue Dead Zone.

### thinkScript Code

Rich (BB code):

```
declare lower;
#------------- "Waddah Attar Explosion " ------------#
input sensitivity = 150; #"Sensitivity"
input fastLength = 20; #"FastEMA Length"
input slowLength = 40; #"SlowEMA Length"
input channelLength = 20; #"BB Channel Length"
input mult = 2.0; #"BB Stdev Multiplier"
input deadZone = 20; #"No trade zone threshold"
script calc_macd{
input source = close;
input fastLength = 20;
input slowLength = 40;
def fastMA = movAvgExponential(source, fastLength);
def slowMA = movAvgExponential(source, slowLength);
plot out = fastMA - slowMA;
}
script calc_BBUpper{
input source = close;
input length = 20;
input mult = 2.0;
def basis = simpleMovingAvg(source, length);
def dev = mult * stdev(source, length);
plot out = basis + dev;
}
script calc_BBLower{
input source = close;
input length = 20;
input mult = 2.0;
def basis = simpleMovingAvg(source, length);
def dev = mult * stdev(source, length);
plot out = basis - dev;
}
def t1 = (calc_macd(close, fastLength, slowLength) - calc_macd(close[1],
fastLength, slowLength)) * sensitivity;
def t2 = (calc_macd(close[2], fastLength, slowLength) -
calc_macd(close[3], fastLength, slowLength)) * sensitivity;
def e1 = (calc_BBUpper(close, channelLength, mult) - calc_BBLower(close,
channelLength, mult));
#//
def e2 = (calc_BBUpper(close[1], channelLength, mult) - calc_BBLower(close[1], channelLength, mult));
def trendUp = if t1 >= 0 then t1 else 0;
def trendDown = if t1 < 0 then (-1 * t1) else 0;
plot tUp = trendUp; #"UpTrend"
#Also try using columns to see how it looks.
tUp.setpaintingStrategy(paintingStrategy.HISTOGRAM);
tUp.assignValueColor(if trendUp < trendUp[1] then color.light_GREEN else
color.green);
plot tDn = trendDown; #"DownTrend"
tDn.setpaintingStrategy(paintingStrategy.HISTOGRAM);
tDn.assignValueColor(if trendDown < trendDown[1] then color.orange else
color.red);
plot ex = e1; #"ExplosionLine"
ex.setdefaultColor(createColor(160, 82, 45));
plot xLine = deadZone; #"DeadZoneLine"
xLine.setdefaultColor(color.blue);
#------------- "Waddah Attar Explosion " ------------#
```

### Shareable Link

http://tos.mx/BM3O4c
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