Impulse responses can fully describe their associated systems, for example a linearly weighted moving average (WMA) has a linearly decaying impulse response, therefore we can deduce that lag is reduced since recent values are the ones with the most weights, the Blackman moving average (or Blackman filter) has a bell shaped impulse response, that is mid term values...
KISS Cross is a moving average crossover and is part of the ''keeping it simple' series that have a similar color scheme. With this indicator you can select the moving average you'd like to use either SMA, EMA, WMA, or VWMA. Each moving average can be turned on or off and input changed. The first two MA's will change color on the cross from green to red depending...
This is a TradingView Strategy Script meaning you can't execute real trades using your exchange API connected to your TradingView account, it is designed for backtesting only
This is a basic backtesting script for charting the bullish and bearish cross of two user defined simple moving averages, select the cog next to the name of the script ON the price chart in...
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At the request of my friend @jansrbtc I'm going to publish a simple emas crossing strategy.
We will do long or short at the cross of the two ema.
Good strategy for when an asset is in trend.
Warm: In choppy periods this indicator can be very affected by large drawdowns.
This is a combination of my MACD Leader script and MAC-Z with option to add Laguerre filter. The advantage of the MAC-Z over MACD is that it is a more accurate and “assumption-free” indicator that can more accurately describe how a market actually perform. But you can use this as a regular MACD indicator.
The MAC-Z line and signal line can be...
This is a Non Repaint version of my ever popular "Open Close Cross Alert R6 by JustUncleL" and is normally used in conjunction with my strategy script "Open Close Cross Strategy NoRepaint Version by JustUncleL", to provide alerts for the TradingView Alarm subsystem.
This is a Non Repaint version of my ever popular "Open Close Cross Strategy R5 revised by JustUncleL". After many comments/PMs on repainting issues of the original script, I decided to create this Non Repaint version for those that require non-repainting signals. Backtesting performance will not be as good as the repaint version, but some script maybe still useful...
Tracks 3 emas, colorizing background:
Green - 1 on top of 2 on top of 3;
Blue - 1 on top of 3, but 2 below 3;
Red - 1 below 2 below 3;
Orange - 1 below 3, 2 above 3.
Nutshell: allows a quick and always apparent check for strategies like the old 8e, 13e, 21e strategy you see online, customizeable by any emas of your choosing.
Fill indicates Strong Trend
Cross indicates End of Trend
El relleno indica una fuerte tendencia cuando el Di supera "Level Trend"
El cruce de Di+ con Di- indica el fin de la tendencia
Cuando el valor del ADX es menor a "Level Range", estamos en Rango