It is possible to get very good cross with multiple StepMAs' with different deviations .
I have tried with multiple deviations but ultimately i had to make a decision with one cross.
Go with your best settings and stick with it no matter what....StepMA for me is the best one out there...with my trading live it had a winning percent of above 70 to 80 but where i fail is my own mistake for not trusting my own system well enough..even after three years of trading damm...you can use some filters to enter and exit but the main signal should be always from StepMA.
Have a look how much smooth and precise is the cross .I have seen this smoothness and precision only in repainting
moving averages(centered and fourier type moving averages).
Here is another way to use step ma.Like Jurik Keltner grid example.
problem with attached indicator is that when I plot it to 10000 bars for example, it uses 10000 bars to calculate and so doesn't have the same results that if uses 500 bars
it must have 2 variables:
1. number of bars to calculate
2. history bars
How does step indicator works
I am in in forex and also new in this forum. Trying to learn different things about trading.
Could any kindly give an brief introduction about how to use Step indicators to trade? it seems that there are quite a few step indicators, but not clear how to apply them. Particularly StepMA mentioned extensively on this forum.
Thanks in advance.
MTF Step RSI
Hi, I have looked high and low for a MTF Step RSI and have had no luck. Anyone know if there is one floating around. Thanx in advance
step RSI MTF...details
I found it over at multi time frame, thanx. BTW I am interested in understanding exactly how the step smoothing works. Are there any threads covering the math and logic behind the step proccess? Who is the author of this methodology. Thanx again.
thanks for all
stepsto very usefull for swing trade & u can take more frofits
Here is a pic of the StepMA 7.2 that I am using I am using a 50 and 100 setting with 1.0 Crossover system. Is anyone else using it this way? I think this is a great trend following indicator. Does anyone else have any other setting that might work better?