A Moving Average With Less Whipsaws Signals
The cross of the price with a moving average is one of the easiest strategy in technical analysis and could have worked if market price wasn't so noisy (In general periods of 1 to 20 produces the most whipsaws). So it is possible to create a moving average who can manage to escape those noisy periods and produce 0...
Even Shorter Estimation
I know that i'am insistent with the lsma but i really like it and i'm happy to deconstruct it like a mad pinescript user. But if you have an idea about some kind of indicator then dont hesitate to contact me, i would be happy to help you if its feasible.
My motivation for such indicator was to use back the correlation function (that i had...
Estimating the LSMA Without Classics Parameters
I already mentioned various methods in order to estimate the LSMA in the idea i published. The parameter who still appeared on both the previous estimation and the classic LSMA was the sample correlation coefficient. This indicator will use an estimate of the correlation coefficient using the standard score thus...
Vertical Horizontal Filter was initiated by Adam White. It was first published
in a magazine called “Issues of Futures” in August, 1991. The Vertical Horizontal
Filter (VHF) is a very common Indicator used by traders to find out the Phase of
a Price Trend. Normally, a price trend can be in a Trending Phase or a Congestion
Phase/Choppy Movement Phase. Adam...
I already mentioned various problems associated with the lsma, one of them being overshoots, so here i propose to use an lsma using a developed and adaptive form of 1st order polynomial to provide several improvements to the lsma. This indicator will adapt to various coefficient of determinations while also using various recursions.
More In Depth...
Not be confused with non-parametric statistics, i define a "non-parametric" indicator as an indicator who does not have any parameter input. Such indicators can be useful since they don't need to go through parameter optimization. I present here a non parametric adaptive moving average based on exponential averaging using a modified ratio of...
The Savitzky-Golay Filter is a polynomial smoothing filter.
This version implements 3rd degree polynomials using coefficients from Savitzky and Golay's table, specifically the coefficients for a 5-, 7-, 9-, 15- and 25-point window moving averages.
The filters are offset to the left by the number of coefficients (n-1)/2 so it smooths on top of the actual curve.
A variation on the Auto-Line indicator, we allow it to get closer to the price thanks to a drift, this also allow the line to be more directional .
This indicator can be used with moving averages using crosses as signals or as a band indicator by ploting a + dev as the upper band and a - dev as the lower one.
For any help or suggestions feel free to send a message :)
This is the Adaptive Ehlers Filter.
I had to unroll the for loops and array because TV is missing crucial data structures and data conversions (Arrays and series to integer conversion for values).
I'm in the process of releasing some scripts. This is a very old script I had. This contains volatility ranges and can be used as trading signals. You can also see...
Chop Filter to remove lateral trade under a threshold. Change the FilterOut parameter to filter all you want. Example of a model using it with a filtering of 0.003 (use to filter out to the level you prefer):
Let me introduce my CMO Oscillator with Filter script.
This indicator plots a CMO which ignores price changes which are less
than a threshold value. CMO was developed by Tushar Chande. A scientist,
an inventor, and a respected trading system developer, Mr. Chande developed
the CMO to capture what he calls "pure momentum". For more definitive...