Removing irregular variations in the closing price remain a major task in technical analysis, indicators used to this end mostly include moving averages and other kind of low-pass filters. Understanding what kind of variations we want to remove is important, irregular (noisy) variations have mostly a short term period, fully removing them can be complicated if the...
Noise is common issue in variety of indicators. NoHesi is my take on reducing this noise.
Moving Averages are great indicators to show and maintain the trend. But sometimes - especially in pullback areas, smooth reversal zones or flat markets - MAs suggest trend changes, while it would be best for them to stay quiet :)
NoHesi function smoothens this noise,...
The cash in/cash out report (CICO for short) was built with the intent to quiet the market noise. The blunt way to say it, this indicator quiets the market manipulators voice and helps the retail investor make more money. I believe money is better of in the 99% hands versus the greedy hoarding that is currently going on. There are dozens of companies in the SP500...
This is a simple RSI with multiple MTF (No security) to help with direction short and long-term.
The rsi for the current chart has a noise reduction, while the rest are based on ma's.
I have supplied an extra flexible mtf rsi ma for potential adjustable/long-term stop-loss or direction identification.
This script measures the Signal to Noise ratio of a security and plots it in deciBels scale!
Ideally, you would want the ratio to be above 10 dB, meaning the Signal strength is 10x the noise strength.
As a baseline, you should not rely on indicators that use any kind of moving average if the SNR is below 6 dB - meaning Signal strength is only 4x noise...
Its holiday time for me, i have been working here a lot. But no leaving before publishing. Telling when market price is smooth or rough is not the easiest task, so today i present a trend metric indicator that allow you to give you this kind of information.
The indicator is in an approximate range of (0,1) with mean x̄ decaying for...