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Nonlinear Kalman filter - indicator for MetaTrader 5

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2018.02.20 12:00

One more from the creations of John Ehlers.

Best described by Ehlers himself:

John Ehlers:

  • Take EMA of price (better, a 3 Pole filter).
  • Take the difference (delta) between Price and its EMA.
  • Take an EMA of delta (or a 3 Pole filter):
    • Smoothing will help reduce whipsaws.
    • Ideally, smoothing introduces no major trend mode lag because delta is detrended.
  • Add the smoothed delta to EMA for a zero lag curve.
  • Add 2*(smoothed delta) to EMA for a smoother predictive line.

Kalman bands Kalman bands

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DSL - TEMA MACD DSL - TEMA MACD

Variation of a long known and useful MACD indicator using TEMA (Triple Exponential Moving Average) instead of using EMA (Exponential Moving Average) for MACD calculation, and DSL (Discontinued Signal Lines) and instead of using one signal line uses two.

DSL - WPR DSL - WPR

The DSL version of Williams' Percent Range does not use fixed levels for oversold and overbought levels, but is having a sort of dynamic (discontinued signal lines) calculated to identify those levels. That makes it a bit more responsive to market changes and volatile markets.

DSL - stochastic DSL - stochastic

The DSL (Discontinued Signal Line) version of Stochastic does not use a moving average in a classical way for signals, but is instead calculating the signal lines depending on the value(s) of the stochastic. Thus, we are having two things : a signal line and a sort of levels that can be used for overbought and oversold estimation.