I would say it is 100% accurate, but that is because I am yet to find a timeframe and symbol where the Buy signal failed to see the equity move up or the Sell signal failed to see the equity move down over the next 5 bars. I have tested 2000 charts so far. To be safe, I would rather state this indicator is accurate nearly 100% of the time.
The indicator is made up of 2 main portions and both of them have to agree on a buy or sell in order to indicate such with a vertical green or maroon bar beneath the chart. If there is a failure to agree, nothing is signaled.
Indicator 1 combines a of a 3 hour chart and a to determine when the stochastics are in agreement on direction. When there is agreement, both of them MUST cross from a buy state to a sell state and vice versa at exactly the same time. This is difficult to achieve and it is already rare for this occurrence to produce a signal. When a signal is produce it is combine with Chris Moody's 2014 SlingShot Indicator which conservatively determines Buy and Sell signals based on EMAs and market direction. Signals from his SlingShot are infrequent.
When my MTF signals Buy at the same time that the SlingShot signals a Buy, a vertical green bar will appear in the window containing this script. The vertical bar is based on the close price of the equity and is only final when the close price is final. A BUY signal means the equity will move up potentially as early as the next bar and achieve a higher value from the close price on the signal bar.
Likewise, a sell signal from the MTF at the same time as a sell signal from the SlingShot will create a maroon bar in the window containing this script. The vertical bar is based on the close price of the equity and is only final when the close price is final. A SELL signal means the equity will move down potentially as early as the next bar and achieve a lower value from the close price on the signal bar.
The default values for this script are hard-coded into this script. You can edit any of the value you would like to play with other timeframes, , and moving average lengths.
I have played with these values and have hard-coded the ones that are most accurate. Please let me know if you find others that work.
Hopefully this becomes an extra tool in your technical trading toolkit.
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