Taken from an article "The Yen Recused" in the December 1998 issue of TASC,
written by Dennis Meyers. He describes the Recursive MA in mathematical terms
as "recursive polynomial fit, a technique that uses a small number of past values
of the estimated price and today's price to predict tomorrows price."
The Chauvenet criterion is a well-known criterion of selection and rejection of the data used by the Physics. It establishes that in an experiment is well to discard the data whose distance from the average is greater than a certain number of the delta.
In the stock market if prices move away from the average with a volatility too high are suspect. This principle...
Date: 01/01/2016 - Plataform: TradingView - Type: separated graphic
This indicator is based on moving projections of Rafael Jimenez Tocino.
Helps us determine the evolution of the price depending on how the size and inclination of planes are showing in the chart.
As a result, can watch the end and the beginning, the direction and the strength of...
Date: 29/12/2015 - Plataform: TradingView - Type: separated graphic
***NEW VERSION: includes more parameters as show/hide heads of matches, colour in sticks, and up to 6 bars back***
Based on moving projections of Rafael Jimenez Tocino.
This indicator helps determine the end and the beginning of trends based on the inclination of the matches.
After reading Cam Hui's blog post about his "Trifecta" bottom spotting model I thought I'd try my hand at scripting it as an indicator. The results are pretty close to what he describes. Though the data TradingView feeds me doesn't seem to be identical to what he's using on StockCharts.com the results are close enough that I will call the effort a success worth publishing.