価格は最小量(すなわち、で移動する場合にのみ蓮子チャートは蓮子チャートこと以外は3つのラインブレークチャートに似ていますが、行(またはそれらが呼び出さだとして「ブリック」)が前に移動方向に引っ張られている箱のサイズ) 。
レンガは常に同じサイズである。たとえば、 5単位蓮子チャートに、 20点ラリーは4 、 5単位の高蓮子のレンガのように表示されます。


蓮子チャートはトレンド以下のような手法であることから蓮子チャートは短命の傾向の終わり近くに信号を与えて、 whipsawsを生成するとき、時間があります。



The Renko charting method is thought to have acquired its name from “renga” which is the Japanese word for bricks. Renko charts are similar to Three Line Break charts except that in a Renko chart, a line (or “brick” as they’re called) is drawn in the direction of the prior move only if prices move by a minimum amount (i.e., the box size). The bricks are always equal in size. For example, in a 5-unit Renko chart, a 20-point rally is displayed as four, 5-unit tall Renko bricks.

Renko charts were first brought to the United States by Steven Nison when he published his book, Beyond Candlesticks.

Basic trend reversals are signaled with the emergence of a new red or blue brick. A new blue brick indicates the beginning of a new up-trend. A new red brick indicates the beginning of a new down-trend. Since the Renko chart is a trend following technique, there are times when Renko charts produce whipsaws, giving signals near the end of short-lived trends. However, the expectation with a trend following technique is that it allows you to ride the major portion of significant trends.

Since a Renko chart isolates the underlying price trend by filtering out the minor price changes, Renko charts can also be very helpful when determining support and resistance levels.


Porog – box size

引用元: Free download of the ‘Renko Charts’ indicator for MetaTrader 4 in the MQL5 Code Base.