The QQE Weighted Oscillator is comprised of a smoothed RSI oscillator and a trailing stop derived from this same RSI. The oscillator can be used to indicate whether the market is overbought/oversold as well as an early indication of trend reversals thanks to the leading nature of the RSI.
Using higher Factor values will return a longer-term trailing stop.
Like with a regular RSI divergence can be indicative of a reversal.
Further weighting will control how much "effort" is required for the trailing stop to cross the RSI. For example. For example, an RSI above the trailing stop will require a higher degree of negative price variations in order for a potential cross to occur when using higher weights.
This can cause higher weightings to return more cyclical and smoother results.
- Length: Length of the RSI oscillator.
- Factor: Multiplicative factor used for the trailing stop calculation.
- Smooth: Degree of smoothness of the RSI oscillator.
- Weight: Degree of weighting used for the RSI calculation.
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