Pan PrizMA Convergence Divergence
This is an indicator of convergence and divergence of moving averages, which are built by a quartic polynomial and extrapolated by a quadratic polynomial. Pan PrizMA Convergence Divergence is an option extracted from the Pan PrizMA indicator for use in automated trading based on MACD strategies. Averaging by a quartic polynomial increases the smoothness of lines, adds momentum and rhythm, while extrapolation allows adjusting the delay or lead of signals.
- Fast_line_1_leverage - leverage (an analog of period) of a short average line smoothed by a quartic polynomial.
- Fast_line_2_leverage - leverage of a short average extrapolated by a quadratic polynomial.
- Slow_line_1_leverage - leverage of a long average line smoothed by a quartic polynomial.
- Slow_line_2_leverage - leverage of a long average extrapolated by a quadratic polynomial.
- base - half of the SMA period subtracted from the price. The first MACD is drawn as lines, while the histogram determines the distance between them.
- Multiplikator - histogram multiplier.
- Signal SMA Period - signal line period.
The video features the robot that was described in Comments to Pan PrizMA. This is the result of an optimization which is far from complete, performed on a certain history proposed from outside, and if the historical data are credible, the indicator is able to identify some regularities.
Otherwise, aft connection loss, the indicator chart disappeared until the emergence of a new bar. Leave well alone.