In order to combat the tendency for rapid swings in the PSAR, it is commonly paired with a second indicator. Often, this is a moving average (MA) to confirm the PSAR signal. Here is a common example:
- PSAR + 2 EMAs: A trade would consider entering long when the PSAR is and the fast is above the short .
- PSAR + 3 EMAs: As above, but the trader could also add a very long (200, for example) and use that as an additional filter.
In addition to using , other MAs can be used and may be more appropriate to certain instruments and timeframes. Using , for example, may result in less lag but introduce more noise. Likewise, the Ehler's is an option.
Some traders use other indicators as PSAR confirmation signals, such as the ( ) on on-balance (OBV). The strategy is similar:
The strategy presented here is based on my PSAR + + study. Any of the above strategies are supported by this script:
1. The PSAR is the primary signal.
2. Confirmation is provided by any of the following: , , Ehler's , , or OBV.
3. You may use a third (set to 200 as the default) to filter entries -- if used, the strategy will only show signals if the price is above the third (additional) .
For example, a normal long signal would be a PSAR + fast > slow + price > 200.
In addition, you may use a SL, which is set to the PSAR dots shown. You may also limit the backtesting dates. (Please note in the chart above, I do not have a limit on the trading dates. I believe this exaggerates the success of the strategy, but the house rules demand I not limit the timeframe to show you a more accurate picture.)
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