There are two methods of creating complex indicators in the NeuroShell Trader. In the bottom up method you first create the individual components and then combine them into a final indicator. In the top down method you start with the overall indicator and create the smaller components within the overall indicator. Depending on the complexity of the indicator, the top down method might be more difficult to create but it will result in fewer subgraphs on the chart.
We’ll show how it’s done by creating an indicator that is the spread between two moving averages using the bottom up method, and then do the same using the top down method.