I had the idea to make this indicator thanks to @dpanday with the support of @Coppermine and @Reika. Vwap is a non parametric indicator based on volume used by lot of traders and institutions, its non parametric particularity makes it great because it don't need to go through parameter optimization. Today i present a similar indicator called Ratio...
Today i propose an hybrid filter that use a classical FIR architecture while using recursion. The proposed method aim to reduce the lag generated by fir filters. This particular filter is a sine weighted moving average, but you can change it since the indicator is built with the custom filter template (1). Even if it use recursion it still is a FIR...
A simple and really clean cycle oscillator, in fact its quite precise even if the script use recursion which can sometime produce totally uncorrelated results.
On The Code
The calculations start with a who is a smoothing/averaging constant. Then comes src who is the input and is defined as the sum of the closing price with the output, then...
I have already posted a classic indicator using recursion, it was the stochastic oscillator and recursion helped to get a more predictive and smooth result. Here i will do the same thing with the rsi oscillator but with a different approach. As reminder when using recursion you just use a fraction of the output of a function as input of the same...
This is combo strategies for get a cumulative signal.
This System was created from the Book "How I Tripled My Money In The
Futures Market" by Ulf Jensen, Page 183. This is reverse type of strategies.
The strategy buys at market, if close price is higher than the previous close
during 2 days and the meaning of 9-days Stochastic Slow...
Cycles can be spotted by using a wide range of methods, most of them will involve bandpass filtering, here i will show a method using recursion with the change() function.
As i explained in other indicators using recursion i posted rescaling the input is important, i will use the rsi of an exponential moving average as input. alpha...