I know that I totally didn't keep the video short like I said, but luckily the maximum time for a video is 10 minutes so you didn't have to listen to my blabbing any longer.
This indicator uses machine learning (Artificial Intelligence) to solve a real human problem.
The ( ) is one of the most used indicators on the planet, yet no one really knows what pair of lengths works best in combination with each other.
A reason for this is because no two lengths are always going to be the best on every instrument, time-frame, and at any given point in time.
The "Intelligent Exponential Moving Average" solves the moving average problem by adapting the period length to match the most profitable combination of exponential moving averages in real time.
How does the Intelligent work?
The artificial intelligence that operates these moving average lengths was created by an algorithm that tests every single combination across the entire chart history of an instrument for maximum profitability in real-time.
No matter what happens, the combination of these exponential moving averages will be the most profitable.
Can we learn from the Intelligent Moving Average?
There are many lessons to be learned from the Intelligent . Most will come with time as it is still a new concept. Adopting the usefulness of this AI will change how we perceive moving averages to work.
Ultimately, there are no limiting factors within the range of combinations that has been programmed. The exponential moving averages will operate normally, but may change lengths in unexpected ways - maybe it knows something we don't?
The range of lengths is between 5 to 40.
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Soon, I will be publishing tools to test the AI and visualise what moving average combination the AI is currently using.
You seem to be pretty passionate about the project, that is cool. Looking forward to seeing some live trading and/or backtesting if you continue to pour your heart and soul into it.
As far as commissions go, external factors that influence cost of trading are not considered ans it is not practical to assume a standard cost as it varies so drastically. This is an algorithm that performs one function.
I have developed strategies that consider commissions, liquidity, and latency outside of tradingview, however these are considered strategies and not indicators.
Strategies and indicators just fall under completely different categories because of the holistic approach that is required to make a strategy actually work.