Suggested by John Ehlers, IFT helps you to determine the exact oversold/overbought points in any oscillator-type indicators.
The 3 IFT based indicators in this chart are:
- Inverse Fisher on RSI (IFTRSI)
- Inverse Fisher on MFI (IFTMFI)
- Inverse Fisher on CyberCycle (IFTCC)
Suggested method to use any IFT indicator is to buy when the indicator crosses over...
Another famous Ehlers indicator.
This is the adaptive version of Ehlers' Cyber Cycle (CC) (already published, check "More info" below). Idea behind making something "adaptive" is to calculate it using dynamic cycle period inputs instead of static setting. In adaptive cyber cycle, Ehlers uses the dominant cycle period as the length in computation of...
The Cyber Cycle was created by John Ehlers (Cybernetic Analysis For Stocks And Futures pg 34) and this is one of my favorite Ehlers indicators. I use it personally for exits but it has several uses. It gives great entry and exit signals when you enter when it is at the bottom or at the very top during a cycle. When it is above 0 then the stock is in a strong...
Ehlers Stochastic Cyber Cycle indicator script.
This indicator was originally developed by John F. Ehlers (see his book `Cybernetic Analysis for Stocks and Futures`, Chapter 8: `Stochasticization and Fisherization of Indicators`).
John F. Ehlers introuced the Inverse Fisher Transform of Cyber Cycle in May, 2004.
"The Inverse Fisher Transform ," describes the calculation and use of the inverse Fisher transform by Dr . Ehlers in 2004. The transform is applied to any indicator with a known probability distribution function, but this script offers a sample...
John F. Ehlers introuced Cyber Cycle Indicator in his "Cybernetic Analysis for Stocks and Futures" chapter 4 on 2004.
Trading the Cyber Cycle Indicator is straightforward. Buy when the at this point. Sell when the Cycle line crosses under the Trigger line. You are at the bottom of the cycle at this point. Sell when the Cycle line...
John F. Ehlers introuced Cyber Cycle Trading Strategy in his "Cybernetic Analysis for Stocks and Futures" chapter 4 on 2004.
With cyber cycle alone, the Trigger lags the Cycle by one bar, so that their crossing introduces at least another bar of lag. Finally, Dr Ehler concluded that we can’t execute the trade until the bar after...