Here we are using Hull Moving Average crossovers as an experiment in trend detection.
The Hull Moving Average (HMA) is an extremely fast and smooth moving average.
Credit to alexgrover & RicardoSantos:
Ichimoku_cloud + Daily-Candle_cross(DT) + HuLL-MovingAverage_cross + MacD
any timeframe, all indicators settings adjustable for fine tuning to pair/timeframe
Target Point and Stop Loss settings
set SL low to reduce repaint
THIS IS A COMBINATION OF TWO HULL MOVING AVERAGE LINES
-ONE WITH LONGER PERIOD
-OTHER WITH SHORTER PERIOD TO INDICATE BUY/SELL SIGNALS
AS THE KNOWN GENERAL RULE;
IT WOULD BE A BUY SIGNAL WHEN SHORTER(BLUE LINE) HULL CROSSES ABOVE LONGER (RED LINE) ONE
AND CONVERSELY A SELL SIGNAL WHEN LONGER HULL CROSSES ABOVE SHORTER ONE
THIS STUFF IS USEFUL FOR USERS...
Multi SMA EMA WMA HMA 4x7 Moving Averages with Bollinger Bands MAX MTF by RagingRocketBull 2019
All available MAX MTF versions are listed below (They are very similar and I don't want to publish them as separate indicators):
ver 1.0: 4x7 = 28 MTF MAs + 28 Levels + 3 BB = 59 < 64
ver 2.0: 5x6 = 30 MTF MAs + 30 Levels + 3 BB = 63 < 64
ver 3.0: 3x10 = 30...
fast HMA • slow HMA • Dispersion Zone| background color's
Background colors: Red, Green and Yellow. Default transperent = 5%
• Green background: fast HMA above the dispersion zone
• Red background: fast HMA below the dispersion zone
• Yellow background: fast HMA inside the Dispersion Zone
# Alerts only for cross Yellow to Green and Yellow to Red...
Like many other indicators this tells the past and it will dutifully follow the future price changes whatever they will be.
This is an upgrade of the "Hull Moving Average Convergence/Divergence" low lag indicator in my scripts. Added Elder Force Index (background colors) to include effects of Volume.
When EFI goes...
The Ichimoku Kinko Hyo system includes five kinds of signal, of which this strategy uses the most recent of ones i.e. Tenkan Sen / Kijun Sen Cross and price crosses the Kijun Sen. As the Chikou Span, Senkou Span A and Senkou Span B are shifted into the past/future, the trigger signals will be only be used for visual confirmation and not part of the strategy.
The Hull Moving Average (HMA), developed by Alan Hull, is an extremely fast and smooth moving average. In fact, the HMA almost eliminates lag altogether and manages to improve smoothing at the same time. The Hull Moving Average solves the dilemma of making a moving average more responsive to current price activity whilst maintaining curve smoothness. (hoping in...