Back when i started using pine i made a script called periodic channel who aimed to rescale an average correlated sine wave to the price...don't worked very well. So i tried to fix problems induced by the indicator without much success, i had to redo it from scratch while abandoning the idea of rescaling correlated smooth functions to the price, at...
Based on the exponential averaging method with lag reduction, this filter allow for smoother results thanks to a multi-poles approach. Translated and modified from the Non-Linear Kalman Filter from Mladen Rakic 01/07/19 www.mql5.com
length control the amount of smoothing, the poles can be from 1 to 3, higher...
The fast z-score is a modification of the classic z-score that allow for smoother and faster results by using two least squares moving averages, however oscillators of this kind can be hard to read and modifying its shape to allow a better interpretation can be an interesting thing to do.
I already talked about the fisher...
This study plots Smoothed Rate of Change (SROC) indicators for up to 4 different time frames. The indicator does not use higher time frame data, so will not re-paint. The SROC is a momentum indicator and can be used in ranging or trending markets, please refer to the reference for further details of how to use the indicators.
This indicator is a collaboration between me and Himeyuri, i encourage you to check her profile and follow her www.tradingview.com
A lot of indicators include a "trigger" line, it can be a smoothed version of another input, in this case the trigger will generate signals from his crosses with the input. The purpose...
The term "shapeshifting" is more appropriate when used with something with a shape that isn't supposed to change, this is not the case of a moving average whose shape can be altered by the length setting or even by an external factor in the case of adaptive moving averages, but i'll stick with it since it describe the purpose of the proposed moving average pretty...
Old indicator ! But its a simple trick to have a zero-lag smoothing effect, i think i did it because the smoothing was kinda asymmetrical with the detrended line. So even if the result appear quite good take into account that the detrended line isn't always correlated with the price.
Who doesn't like smooth things? I'd like a smooth market price for christmas! But i can't get it, instead its so noisy...so you apply a filter to smooth it, such filters are called low-pass filters, they smooth and its great but they have lag, so nobody really use them, but they are pretty to look at.
Its on a childish note that i will introduce...
The correlation oscillator is a technical indicator that measure the linear relationship between the market closing price and a simple increasing line, the indicator is in a (-1,1) range and rise when price is up-trending and fall when price is down-trending. Another characteristic of the indicator is its inherent smoothing which provide a noise...
FIR filters (finite impulse response) are widely used in technical analysis, there is the simple or arithmetic moving average, the triangular, the weighted, the least squares...etc. A FIR filter is characterized by the fact that its impulse response (the output of a filter using an impulse as input) is finite, this mean that the impulse response...
Applying a window to the filter weights provides sometimes extra control over the characteristics of the filter.In this script an hamming window is applied to the volume before being used as a weight.In general this process smooth the frequency response of a filter.
Lets compare the classic vwma with hamming windowed vwma
Accumulation is a term used to describe a market controlled by buyers;
whereas distribution is defined by a market controlled by sellers.
Williams recommends trading this indicator based on divergences:
Distribution of the security is indicated when the security is making
a new high and the A/D indicator is failing to make a new high. Sell.
The concept of windowing was briefly introduced in the Blackman filter post, however windowing is more than just some window functions, and isn't exclusively used in filter design.
Today we will use windowing with the volume weighted moving average, a moving average that weight the price with volume in order to be more reactive when volume is high,...