Using conditions in filters is a way to make them adapt to those, i already used this methodology in one of my proposed indicators ARMA which gave a really promising adaptive filter, ARMA tried to have a flat response when dealing with ranging market while following the price when the market where trending or exhibiting volatile movements, the filter...
HI BIG PLAYERS,
this script I wrote for an enquiry of a tradingview-user. It should represent the Filtered Waves idea from Arthur Merril and used by Linda Raschke.
It's similar like a visualization of Elliott Waves.
On YouTube title "MTA UK Chapter Presentation with Linda Raschke" between 34-36 minutes Linda Raschke shows the rules for her Filterd Waves.
This indicator was originally developed by John F. Ehlers (Stocks & Commodities, V.33:10 (September, 2015): "Decyclers").
Mr. Ehlers suggested a way to improve trend identification using high-pass filters. The basic smoothers like SMA, low-pass filters, have considerable lag in their display. Mr. Ehlers applied the high-pass filter and subtracted the high-pass...
Making lines is great in technical analysis since it can highlights principal movements and make the analysis of the price easier when using certain methodologies (Elliott Waves, patterns).
However most of the indicators making lines (Zig-Zag, simple linear regression) are non causal (repaint), this is the challenge i tried to overcome, making an...
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...
Channels indicators are widely used in technical analysis, they provide lot of information. In general, technical indicators giving upper/lower extremities are calculated by adding/subtracting a volatility component to a central tendency estimator. This is the case with Bollinger bands, using the rolling standard deviation as volatility estimator and...
A derivation of the Kalman Filter.
Lower Gain values create smoother results.The ratio Smoothing/Lag is similar to any Low Lagging Filters.
The Gain parameter can be decimal numbers.
Kalman Smoothing With Gain = 20
For any questions/suggestions feel free to contact me
This indicator was originally developed by John F. Ehlers (Stocks & Commodities , V.33:10 (September, 2015): "Decyclers").
The idea is still the same as for the Simple Decycler.
Mr. Ehlers suggested to virtually eliminate lag by getting rid of the very low-frequency components. So, he applied the high-pass filter to the simple decycler.
Mr. Ehlers recommended to...
I already estimated the least-squares moving average numerous times, one of the most elegant ways was by rescaling a linear function to the price by using the z-score, today i will propose a new smoother (FLSMA) based on the line rescaling approach and the inverse fisher transform of a scaled moving average error with the goal to provide an...
A derivation of the famous SuperTrend indicator.
My motivation for such indicator was to use more recursion in the original SuperTrend code, this work was made quite fast but feel free to modify it, as always my work is more for inspirational use than anything else so i hope it will inspire you to get more involved with the SuperTrend code or to start coding with...
Indicator to fill the ZONE between two EMAs (9 and 21 is the default)
RULES of completion:
CLOSE above "EMAs" and "EMA SLOW", and "EMA FAST" > "EMA SLOW" = green fill
CLOSE below "EMAs" and "EMA SLOW" ,and "EMA FAST" < "EMA SLOW" = red fill
CLOSE between EMAs = white fill
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 ...