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Moving Median Al displays an average of the median half a period ago.
21 Aug 2012
1489
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5
This is Holt Ema Al.
21 Aug 2012
1263
1
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5
This indicator is based on John Ehlers Butterworth Filters.  It can be used for smoothing. It rejects high frequencies better than an EMA and has lower lag.
21 Aug 2012
1394
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5
The generalized Ehlers filter can be adapted to any statistic of your choice. In this case it uses a triangular moving average for smoothing.
21 Aug 2012
1416
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5
Gaussian filter, a.k.a. GaussianMovingAverage isan indicator that attempts to eliminate lag while preserving responsiveness. It imitates the Gaussian distribution found in many systems.  The filter poles number is used to adjust the lag. This indicator is very responsive and can also be used as a price proxy in the same way as the Hull Moving Average.
21 Aug 2012
1499
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5
Zero Lag Exponential Moving Average.
20 Aug 2012
1672
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5
The Hull Moving Average is a more responsive moving average that nearly removes lag and improves smoothing at the same time.
20 Aug 2012
2994
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5
Better smoothing than an exponential moving average.
20 Aug 2012
1513
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5
The basic Fractals are created with 5 or more bars. With 5 bars, if the highest high is in the middle of the two lower highs on each side an up fractal is generated. Conversely, a down fractal is created when the lowest low is in the middle of two higher lows on each side. Since the fractal can only be created two bars later it is considered a lagging indicator, but if it is assumed that the reversal will last for more bars then the trend will remain as is.
20 Aug 2012
12933
4
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4
The Average True Range (ATR) is an indicator that measures volatility. A volatility formula based only on the high-low range would fail to capture volatility from gap or limit moves. Wilder created Average True Range to capture this "missing" volatility. It is important to remember that ATR does not provide an indication of price direction, just volatility.
15 Apr 2013
2182
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3.33
This is Zero Lag HaTema. References Tema at http://ctdn.com/algos/indicators/show/170 (Triple Exponential Moving Average, TEMA adds a lagging term to the formula to deal with the issue of delayed signals)
09 Jan 2014