What is T3?
The is an indicator of an indicator since it includes several EMAs of another . Unlike any other moving average, it adds the so-called factor, a value between 0 and 1. Like the , traders typically use this indicator to spot trends and trend reversals.
What is CCI?
The ( ) measures the current price level relative to an average price level over a given period of time. is relatively high when prices are far above their average. is relatively low when prices are far below their average. Using this method, can be used to identify overbought and oversold levels.
Genesis matrix uses Jurik-Smoothed w/ MA Deviation--a spin on regular .Usually is calculated as using average ( ) and mean deviation. In this version, average is replaced with well known JMA (Jurik Moving Average) instead for the smoothing phase and the deviation is replaced with variety moving average deviation. The result in this one is responsive and fast (as expected) and also it is smoother than the original (as expected).
What is SSL?
Known as the SSL , the Semaphore Signal Level channel chart alert is an indicator that combines moving averages to provide you with a clear visual signal of price movement dynamics. In short, it's designed to show you when a price trend is forming. For our purposes here, SSL has been modified to allow for different moving average selection and different closing price look back periods.
What is William Blau Ergodic Tick Volume?
This is one of the techniques described by William Blau in his book "Momentum, Direction and Divergence" (1995). If you like to learn more, we advise you to read this book. His book focuses on three key aspects of trading: momentum, direction and divergence. Blau, who was an electrical engineer before becoming a trader, thoroughly examines the relationship between price and momentum in step-by-step examples. From this grounding, he then looks at the deficiencies in other oscillators and introduces some innovative techniques, including a fresh twist on Stochastics. On directional issues, he analyzes the intricacies of and offers a unique approach to help define trending and non-trending periods.
William Blau's definition of TVI ergodicity is that the indictor is ergodic when periods are set to 32, 5, 1, and the signal is set to 5. Other combinations are not ergodic, according to Blau.
How to use
- Long signal: All 4 indicators turn green
- Short signal: All 4 indicators turn red
- Bar coloring
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