This is the third iteration of Godmode. This time I borrowed the method used by shtcoinr to render supply/demand, resistance and support zones. The idea here is to input the appropriate benchmark tickerid to the asset class you're trading and to paint zones according to the price activity of the selected tickerid. This works very well trying to paint meaningful zones against noisy stocks, currencies, etc. Use a to determine the best benchmark for your asset class.
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Would I use smoothing? Meh. Not as a primary. Maybe apply the indicator twice and select smoothing on the second indicator. If there’s a confluence of zones then they’re worth paying attention to.
There’s no explicit advantage to using smoothing. First thing that comes to my head is that it because it’s not as responsive, the zones that paint should last longer. Whether or not they’re relevant levels though is another thing altogether. The reason smoothing is even an option is because I added it to another indicator (an indicator that this is based on). So for fidelity’s sake I just kept it in this iteration. More of a pretentious artistic choice than a practical one.
So to finish, I wouldn’t recommend using smoothing in place of the normal plots as I’m not sure what explicit advantage this provides (beyond what I state above, which may not be an advantage). Let me know if you find smoothing more/less helpful than the default setting.