This is my latest bandpass filter - used to determine if a security is in a trend or cycle.
Now with an adaptive period setting! I use Ehlers in-phase & quadrature dominant cycle measurement (IQ IFM) method to set the period dynamically.
This method favors longer periods which tend to produce smoother, albeit laggier bandpass oscillator plots. From my quick tests,...
The adaptive price zone (APZ) is a volatility-based technical indicator that helps investors
identify possible market turning points, which can be especially useful in a sideways-moving
market. It was created by technical analyst Lee Leibfarth in the article “Identify the
Turning Point: Trading With An Adaptive Price Zone,” which appeared in the September...
I have been asked by @Coppermine and @Verbena to make bands that use volume to provide adaptive results. My first approach was to use exponential averaging, in order to do so i needed to quantify volume movement using rescaling with the objective to make the bands go away from each others when there is low volume, this approach is efficient and can...
This indicator adds a level of adaptivity to the simple Donchian Channel by adjusting the sensitivity (lookback periods) of the channel's upper and lower bounds based on the amount of time that has elapsed since the price has hit/expanded the channel boundaries. Comparing the results of this indicator to the standard Donchian Channel, the readier level of...
Standard Pivot (HLC3) with ATR leeway added to make it adaptive to market volatility.
Adaptive Pivot is an indicator utilizing the simplicity of HLC3 Pivots as a turning point (and sometimes a trend indicator) while addressing it's fixed and inflexible nature.
Because the indicator is just a single line in the chart, the price may go near...
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 )...
This is an adaptive moving average based on a signal noise ratio. It's inspiration is frm Eugene Durenard's book Professional Automated Trading Theory and Practice. Shout out to CryptoStatistical for his implemenation of Durenard's concepts that became the basis for this script.
Check out my breakout strategy based on this concept here .
About This Indicator
This was one of my first indicators, its also the first indicator i made a preprint paper about, i strongly encourage you to read the paper i made here : hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
Dont be triggered by the lack of quality of the paper, i only did it for fun. I might further develop this preprint thus ending with...
Adapt To The Right Situation
There are already some Adaptive Stochastic scripts out there, but i didn't see the concept of using different periods highest/lowest for their calculations. What we want
for such oscillator is to be active when price is trending and silent during range periods. Like that the information we will see will be clear and easy to...
This is a deviation scaled moving average original designed by John Ehlers. It is a new adaptive moving average that has the ability to rapidly adapt to volatility in price movement with minimal lag. Because it is so smooth and adapts to the volatility of the market it is by far a really great tool for spotting trend changes
This is a low-lag EMA, colorized to help identify turn around points. You have the option of making it adaptive as well, different methods
of signal processing or simply an average of the two.
See my previous script to understand how these adaptive methods work
"Developed by Perry Kaufman, Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA) is a moving average designed to account for market noise or volatility. KAMA will closely follow prices when the price swings are relatively small and the noise is low. KAMA will adjust when the price swings widen and follow prices from a greater distance. This...
The last of Ehlers Instantaneous Frequency Measurement methods.
This is a more robust version of this script.
I wrote it as a function, so you can simply copy and paste it into any script to add an adaptive period setting capability.