Adaptive technical indicators are importants in a non stationary market, the ability to adapt to a situation can boost the efficiency of your strategy. A lot of methods have been proposed to make technical indicators "smarters" , from the use of variable smoothing constant for exponential smoothing to artificial intelligence.
The dominant cycle...
DMI (Directional Movement Index) and HMA (Hull Moving Average)
The DMI and HMA make a great combination, The DMI will gauge the market direction, while the HMA will add confirmation to the trend strength.
What is the DMI?
The DMI is an indicator that was developed by J. Welles Wilder in 1978. The Indicator was designed to identify in which direction the price...
What is it?
A simple yet effective strategy ran on the 30m chart.
This is a basic idea that can be expanded on using different indicator to either add signals or filter out certain bad signals!
The strategy consists of 1 fast moving average and 1 slow moving average.
Both of these moving averages are the Hull Moving Average
What is the Hull Moving Average?...