ADX Extrapolation

Is calculated by using the formula y(x)=y1+ (x−x1/x2−x1) * (y2−y1). Linear Extrapolation.
You can edit the x1 and x2 coordinate distance, where x is the current point, x1 is the number of periods previous, and x2 is two times the previous periods.
Measures the differences between a line of best fit and average line and issues signals when they exceed a multiplier of the extrapolated values.

It is ADX and +DI and -DI .
The ADX and +DI and -DI is set to be and oscillation as we are not calulating the values themselves, but the difference from the mean/best fit.

DI+ and DI- are simple to read, minus is orange, while plus is aqua. They operate as a normal 14 length DI plotted, but will turn red when they are trending stronger than expected, and green when trending weaker than expected.

The yellow line is the ADX , oscillating around the colored line 0. When the ADX is red it signals that the current trend is significantly stronger than expected and has a high chance of reversal. When the line is green is signifies the trend is significantly weaker than expected. A clear shortcoming is most trends ADX will read to be weaker than normal after a significant blow off or drop.

To make it as simple as possible, I included a large line at 0 under the ADX oscillation so you can just read that if you wish.
Bull Reversals:
green = stronger than extrap ADX and minus ***great signal
blue = stronger than extrap ADX and plus < minus ***good signal
purple = stronger than extrap minus and weaker than expected ADX ***ok signal
Bear Reversals:
red = stronger than extrap ADX and plus ***great signal
orange = stronger than extrap ADX and minus < plus ***good signal
yellow = stronger than extrap plus and weaker than expected ADX ***ok signal

Other than that is treated as normal ADX .
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