Fractal Adaptive Moving Average (FRAMA)

The Fractal Adaptive Moving Average (FRAMA) is an intelligent, adaptive moving average that was developed by John Ehlers. It takes the importance of price changes into account and follows price closely with significant moves while remaining flat if price ranges. The FRAMA takes advantage of the fact that markets are fractal and dynamically adjusts the lookback period based on this fractal geometry. The actual calculation is very elaborate and complicated. The FRAMA is often used in combination with other signals and analysis techniques.
Shizaru Shizaru SI1!, D, Long ,
SI1!: 3rd impulse wave on silver
63 0 4
SI1!, D Long
3rd impulse wave on silver

MACD turned positive RSI crossed its EMA Price line crossed FRAMA

Shizaru Shizaru USOIL, 60, Long ,
USOIL: Road to 45
49 0 3
USOIL, 60 Long
Road to 45

RSI crossed its EMA34 MACD histogram turned positive and signal line is pointing upwards Price line crossed FRAMA

Shizaru Shizaru USOIL, 60, Long ,
USOIL: RSI cut its EMA & price cut FRAMA
276 0 5
USOIL, 60 Long
RSI cut its EMA & price cut FRAMA

harami pattern is another confirmation of taking long position from now first target 44.50

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