This MACD is averaging 3 different MACD; KAMA MACD, ZLEMA MACD, and normal MACD.
Can find easier MACD's divergence and convergence than normal MACD.
And more smoothly drawing than ZLEMA MACD (KZ_MACD) which is I've made before.
i just put it for for who ever want it.. it has some issue of repaint . put on 1 day frame in hlc box ,so it can solve the issue to some extent. based on Marco code with some modification
i hope someone will be able to fix the code and make it better :)
Calculation begins at the beginning of the bar, eliminating incorrect moving average weighting at the very beginning of the ticker you're watching. This is important for new stocks, futures, altcoins, etc.
The inputs for the fast/slow alphas are now normal integers, with the calculation (2 / (y + 1)) for alpha added after input.
Comes with two moving averages...
@ChartArt got my attention to this idea.
This type of moving average was originally developed by Michael R. Bryant (Adaptrade Software newsletter, April 2014). Mr. Bryant suggested a new approach, so called Variable Efficiency Ratio (VER), to obtain adaptive behaviour for the moving average. This approach is based on Perry Kaufman' idea with Efficiency Ratio (ER)...
This study is a simple experiment using Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average that plots a base average with a period of your choice, then plots averages with periods multiplied by Fibonacci numbers 2 through 34.
Everyone wants a short-term, fast trading trend that works without large
losses. That combination does not exist. But it is possible to have fast
trading trends in which one must get in or out of the market quickly, but
these have the distinct disadvantage of being whipsawed by market noise
when the market is volatile in a sideways trending market. During...
"Developed by Perry Kaufman, Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA) is a moving average designed to account for market noise or volatility. KAMA will closely follow prices when the price swings are relatively small and the noise is low. KAMA will adjust when the price swings widen and follow prices from a greater distance. This...
This indicator uses KAMA to adjust the length of a channel according to volatility.
A set up is generated when a candle closes below/above the mid point line; this is indicated via the background color.
Buy/sell on the break of the high/low of the signal candle.
Use the channel top/bottom as a stop (or a close above/below the mid pint line)
The usage is very easy. When the line is green you can open long position, when the line is red you can open short position and when it's black just check by yourself.
Usually I use it with RSI and Bollinger Bands, in order to determine when the signal is strong or weak.
Just play with fastest and slowest SC to adjust the smoothness.