The Schaff Trend Cycle is a method, developed by Doug Schaff and based on the concept that trends also have repeating high and low patterns, or cycles. This is a modified MACD line, run through a modified stochastic algorithm and smoothed with Wilders’ smoothing in order to estimate the final Schaff Trend Cycle (STC) indicator. Its purpose is to identify the...
Simple Indicator based on 3 Simple and 3 Exponential Moving Averages. Used to indicate Market Cycles.
Definition of Bull Market: 10 SMA is above 21 EMA . 30 SMA slope is up. 55 EMA is trending above 200 EMA .
Definition of Bear Market: 10 SMA is below 21 EMA . 30 SMA slope is down. 55 EMA is trending below 200 EMA .
using "Gann Swing Oscillator" by HPotter and "Simple signals example for Risk Management Wrapper" by KryptoNight, i've just added some ema crosses and came out with this toy that gives dips signals
as this also seems to work for my scalps
thanks to the authors of the original scripts && to all out there that shares knowledge
all credits goes to them
This is my first public release of detector code entitled "Enhanced Instantaneous Cycle Period" for PSv4.0 I built many months ago. Be forewarned, this is not an indicator, this is a detector to be used by ADVANCED developers to build futuristic indicators in Pine. The origins of this script come from a document by Dr. John Ehlers entitled "SIGNAL ANALYSIS...
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 the...
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...
Old indicator ! But its a simple trick to have a zero-lag smoothing effect, i think i did it because the smoothing was kinda asymmetrical with the detrended line. So even if the result appear quite good take into account that the detrended line isn't always correlated with the price.
If you rescale a sine wave to the price you will need to correlate it with it in order to show good results, today i present a different method that does not involve correlation to "morph" a sine wave to the price in order to provide forecast's and highlight market periodic patterns.
length control the period of the sine wave, power...
Adaptive technical indicators are importants in a non stationary market, the ability to adapt to a situation can boost the efficiency of your strategy. A lot of methods have been proposed to make technical indicators "smarters", from the use of variable smoothing constant for exponential smoothing to artificial intelligence.
The dominant cycle...
Welles Wilder (delta phenomenon) a 4-day rotation indicator
PVAC is the acronym Alan uses for a four-day rotation cycle. The cycle itself is circularly continuous every days of the week, forever, including every holiday. Thus if, for instance, Monday was a P, Tuesday is V, Wednesday is A, Thursday is C. At this point the cycle repeats, with Friday being P,...
This indicator was originally developed by John F. Ehlers (Stocks & Commodities , V.18:7 (July, 2000): "Optimal Detrending").
Mr. Ehlers applied the ideas of the radar systems for the financial time series detrending.
Mr. Ehlers constructed the Triple Delay-Line Canceller first, then smoothed it with the Modified Optimum Elliptic Filter with minimal lag. The...
I compiled all of Ehlers' IFM methods into one script - all written as functional blocks so you can simply add them to your own scripts.
Bonus! I also dropped in the Super Smoother, which is a much more efficient and low lag averaging method. I used it to clean the data before feeding it into other indicators.
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.
Yet another method for determining the cycle of a market: this time, you have access to the two fastest and most accurate methods
as well as the option to average these methods together.
The controls are pretty straight forward:
Source lets you select the price data to perform calculations on (close, open, etc..)
Max Period is simply the cap for the algorithm...