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what is Exponential Stochastic?
it is a modified version of the stochastic indicator. This strategy does not include pyramiding, repaint, trailing stop or take profit.
what it does?
It contains an extra input in addition to the stochastic indicator. Thanks to this input, different exponential weights can be given to the outputs and the indicator can be made more...
This Stochastic scanner can be use to identify overbought and oversold of 10 symbols over multiple timeframes
it will give you a quick overview which pair is more overbough or more oversold and also signals tops and bottoms in the AVG row
light red/green cell = weak bearish (Stoch = 30-20) / bullish (Stoch = 70-80)
medium red/green cell = bearish (Stoch =...
The Adaptive Stochastic Indicator V1 was created by John Ehlers (Rocket Science For Traders pgs 233-234) and this indicator uses the same calculations to find a cycle period that is then used for both the creation of the stochastic indicator but also for the smoothing to create a double smoothed stochastic indicator. Because it is calculated this way, this...
This study project is an updated version of the implementation of the "Stochastic False BAR" indicator.
The standard Stochastic buy/sell indications come from Stochastic crosses about the standard overbought/oversold zones (80/20). This does not always work and you get stuck in the OB/OS zones with a trend continuation. Utilising a second much...
This is an implementation of the Stochastic Momentum Index from William Blau's his article in Stocks & Commodities .
This also allows the use of various different kinds of moving averages for the signal line. Options for this argument are:
sma (simple moving average)
ema (exponential moving average)
wma (weighted moving average)