A histogram is a special chart that is applied to statistical data that is divided into numerically ordered groups. For example groups with close relationships in the vicinity like "Close-ref(Close ,1)", "Close-ref(Close,2)" and so on. A histogram provides a snapshot of all the data so that you can quickly get an overview of the historical data, especially its general shape.In a histogram, the bars are linked - in contrast to a bar chart for categorical data, in which the bars represent categories that are in no particular order and are separated. The height of each bar in a histogram indicates either the number of individuals (called the frequency) in each group or the percentage of individuals (the relative frequency) in each group. Each individual in the data set falls into exactly one bar.
L2 Close Histogram Oscillator is a novel overbought and oversold indicator that estimate the trend state by counting a specific bar relationship nearby. Once nearby bars reach consensus, it may spread to global quickly. The reason why I got this inspiration is because I have been engaged in the research of blockchain consensus mechanism. The market is a complex system, and its consensus depends on the common human characteristics: greed and fear. The trend of the market often also conforms to sociological characteristics. Maybe it's a bit complicated for me to say that. However, if you understand the principle of the spread of rumors and viruses, you can understand the situation where some individuals in the market have local consensus and gradually spread to the overall situation. This is the process of trend formation.
fastcounter --> fast close histogram counters
slowcounter --> slow close histogram counters
attention --> bottom price appears, with height of 10 in white
readybuy --> a small position buy opportunity after first bottom detected, with height of 20 in yellow
buylow --> a small position buy at low price, with height of 30 in lime
longentry --> a confirmed long entry signal by close histogram counter, with height of 40 in green
risk --> oscillator top is reached and trend reversal may happen, with height drop from 100 to 80 in red
Pros and Cons
1. since this is based on consensus formation principle, i think this is a leading indicator by spreading local consensus to global
2. it is an oscillator, overbought and oversold can be easily observed.
1. the model is not complex enough to depict market behavior exactly.
2. sideways and chop market will make this indicator's output hard to read.
This is rare! I combined my previous theory of developing cellular automata with the market to produce such a weird indicator. I hope to inspire everyone and study market behavior in a deeper level.
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