This is a support indicator to the Main Indicator which has also been published.
This indicator makes use of custom and adjustable moving averages. There are two options for this centred oscillator:
- Average of Three Moving Averages on Current Time Frame
- Average of Three Moving Average Time Frames for One Length (i.e. if I'm using a 1hr time frame I would take the average of 30min, 1hr and 4hr moving averages with a 12 length).
When the crosses above zero it is an indication for a long trade and when the crosses below zero it is an indication for a short trade.
Whilst an actual alert function is not set for the indicator, the TradingView alert function can be used to trigger a message when the trendline crosses above or below zero.
I've been using this successfully on the one hour FX charts, but seems to work equally as well on higher or lower time frames (not less than 15min).
The other indicators which are part of the suite are shown on the website which is highlighted in my signature at the bottom of the page. Purchase of the main indicator gives access to the full suite of eight indicators. I use the other indicators to confirm the direction of the trade and to determine if I want to trade or not. I use it along with the 2min, 15min and 4hr timeframes to identify the best entry window and how long I'm likely to be in the trade.
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