At its core, the Machine Learning Momentum Oscillator blends TSI Momentum with the capabilities of the KNN algorithm. Introducing KNN logic allows for better handling of noise in the data set. The TSI Momentum is known for understanding how strong trends are and which direction they're headed, and now, with the added layer of machine learning, we're able to offer a deeper perspective on market trends. This is a fairly classical when it comes to visuals and trading.
Green bars show the trader when the asset is in an uptrend. On the flip side, red bars mean things are heading down, signaling a bearish movement driven by selling pressure. These color cues make it easier to catch the sentiment and direction of the market in a glance.
Yellow boxes are also displayed by the oscillator. These boxes highlight potential turning points or peaks. When the market comes close to these points, they can provide a heads-up about the possibility of changes in momentum or even a trend reversal, helping a trader make informed choices quickly. These can be looked at as possible reversal areas simply put.
Users can adjust the number of neighbours in the KNN algorithm and choose the periods they prefer for analysis. This way, the tool becomes a part of a trader's strategy, adapting to different market conditions as they see fit. Users can also adjust the smoothing used by the oscillator via the smoothing input.
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