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The strategy is based on Ehlers idea that any indicator can be turned into a signal-producing trade system through smoothing and other filtering processes.
In fact, I'm using his Zero Lag EMA (ZLEMA) as a baseline...
Lets go with another adaptive indicator today. BTW, this is my 199th script (1 more and I am planning to work on my other backlogs).
This is the adaptive version of Ehlers' Center Of Gravity (CG) (already published, check "More info" below). Idea behind making something "adaptive" is to calculate it using dynamic cycle period inputs instead of static setting. In...
This is a modification of an old indicator i made. This filter aim to adapt to market trend by creating a smoothing constant using highest and lowest functions. This filter is visually similar to the edge-preserving filter, this similarity can make this filter quite good for MA cross strategies.
On The Filter Code
a = nz(a ) + alpha*nz(error )...
Trailing stop are important indicators in technical analysis, today i propose a new trailing stop A2RTS based on my last published indicator A2RMA (1), this last indicator directly used an error measurement thus providing a way to create enveloppes, which provide a direct way to create trailing stops based on highest/lowest rules.
The Indicator ...
Hi, this script comes from the idea that Ricardo Santos' Minkovski Distance Function is transferred to the period as a factor.
Minkowski distance is used as a percentage factor with the help of Relative Strength Index function.
Minkowski Distance Function Script :
And thus an...
Everyone wants a short-term, fast trading trend that works without large
losses. That combination does not exist. But it is possible to have fast
trading trends in which one must get in or out of the market quickly, but
these have the distinct disadvantage of being whipsawed by market noise
when the market is volatile in a sideways trending...
Lines are the most widely used figures in technical analysis, this is due to the linear trends that some securities posses (daily log SP500 for example), support and resistances are also responsible for the uses of lines, basically linear support and resistances are made with the assumption that the line connecting two local maximas or minimas will...
The ability the Kaufman adaptive moving average (KAMA) has to be flat during ranging markets and close to the price during trending markets is what make this moving average one of the most useful in technical analysis. KAMA is calculated by using exponential averaging using the efficiency ratio (ER) as smoothing variable where 1 > ER > 0 . An...
There is a lot of indicators similar to this one, however i think this one don't share the same calculation method and this is why i share it. This indicator aim to forecast price direction using an exponential filter architecture using highest and lowest information for the estimation of a smoothing variable. This filter is similar to the average...
Moving average adapting to the strength of the trend, this is made possible by using the square of the vertical-horizontal filter as a smoothing factor. Alerts are included with two different types of conditions available to the user.
Length : Period of the moving average
Src : Input data for the indicator
Alerts : Types of conditions to be used...
FRAMA: blue line, SC = 252, FC = 40, length = 252
EMA: orange line, length = 50
FRAMA seems to be the evolution of the current and much-used EMA. The basic strategy is simple: long if the price crosses up the line, short or exit if vice versa.
The main difference between EMA and FRAMA is that the first one seems to lag much more than the first...