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...
@ChartArt got my attention to this idea.
This type of moving average was originally developed by Michael R. Bryant (Adaptrade Software newsletter, April 2014). Mr. Bryant suggested a new approach, so called Variable Efficiency Ratio (VER), to obtain adaptive behaviour for the moving average. This approach is based on Perry Kaufman' idea with Efficiency Ratio...
An adaptive filtering technique allowing permanent re-evaluation of the filter parameters according to price volatility. The construction of this filter is based on the formula of moving ordinary least squares or lsma , the period parameter is estimated by dividing the true range with its highest. The filter will react faster during high volatility periods and...
MTF ready adaptive MA using Ehler's IQ IFM ( In Phase - Quadrature Instantaneous Frequency Measurement ).
Ehler's formula is a method of quantitatively measuring the length of a market cycle. In this case it is used to calculate the "optimal" adaptive EMA.
Theoretically the length generated by Ehler's formula could be used in many indicators and it's been placed...
The biggest challenge for any trader is identifying turning points in price movements. You never know if you’ll end up getting whipsawed out of a trade. Here’s one way to avoid those whipsaws.
Use cross sections of between AMA and KAMA.
Sell: Cross(KAMA, AMA)
Creator of KAMA: Perry Kaufman
Creator of AMA: Vitali Apirine
Coded by: Twitter @borserman
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...