Fourier Extrapolator of Price is a multi-harmonic (or multi-tone) trigonometric model of a price series xi, i=1..n, is given by:
xi = m + Sum( a *Cos(w *i) + b *Sin(w *i), h=1..H )
xi - past price at i-th bar, total n past prices;
m - bias;
a and b - scaling coefficients of harmonics;
w - frequency of a harmonic;
h - harmonic number;
Love volume analysis but it's hard for you to implement a simple strategy by it?
Is OBV still not quite as it should be for you to get it in your trading system?
Use OBV Oscillator.
Does OBV Oscillator give you too many false signals and when you smooth it, it lags by a ton?
Then this indicator is the answer to your problem.
This is a Multitimeframe Trendfinder
the basic math comes from alexgrovers
What it does:
30 times with different lengths
both for close and obj
Trendalerts based on direction
both obj and close must meet the
Digital out signal for first analysis,
may upgrade to multibit later
This is a separate hidden plot
This is copy and mod of a script from alexgrower which did this great trigonometric math.
As there was this idea floating around from some unicorn doing it instead of close also with the ta.obv, why not compare them.
from a first idea:
blue=deciding and acceleration zone
or maybe SL hunting of...
Its a pretty old script and i have absolutely no idea how i did it, the code kinda look like the phase wrapping/unwrapping formula. This indicator is an oscillator, sometimes its reactivity is impressive so i think its a good idea to post it, feel free to experiment with it.
The term "shapeshifting" is more appropriate when used with something with a shape that isn't supposed to change, this is not the case of a moving average whose shape can be altered by the length setting or even by an external factor in the case of adaptive moving averages, but i'll stick with it since it describe the purpose of the proposed moving average pretty...