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2 Pole Super Smoother Filter

The Two Pole Super Smooth Filter indicator is a moving average type trading indicator with smoothing filter. It was created by John Ehlers (Cybernetic Analysis For Stocks And Futures pg 202) and is one of his filters that follows the price very closely.

Kijun Sen

Kijun Sen is one of the most important lines of the ichimoku kinko hyo. Kijun Sen represents the average point of the last 26 periods. It is the average of the highest and lowest of the last 26 periods (last 26 candlesticks). The Kijun Sen forms steps. These landings are commonly called "Kijun flats". Kijun flats are important levels of support or resistance. Kijun Sen flats represent the 50% retracement level. Kijun Sen flat is equal to the 50% Fibonacci retracement level. In a trend phase (not in a range period) it is often relevant to consider buying or selling during pullbacks on the Kijun Sen.

Arnaud Legoux Moving Average

As the name suggests, the ALMA indicator is a moving average (MA) variant and was created by Arnaud Legoux in 2009. The goal was to decrease the lag commonly encountered with moving averages. As with most moving averages, this indicator aims to detect trends and trend reversals. It works similarly to other moving averages, but one of the main differentiators is that it calculates 2 moving averages, one from left to right and one from right to left. This output is then further processed through a customizable formula, for either increased smoothness or increased responsiveness.

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This version of the GChannel indicator was created in 2021 by a gifted coder. It’s pretty easy to use and provides clear signals, It may be used as a baseline indicator.

Hull Variations

This indicator include three variations of the basic Hull Moving average: - The Hull Moving average itselve - The Exponential Hull Moving average - The Triple Hull Moving average You can use theses differents types of moving averages as baseline, or confirmation indicator. It work on all assets and all timeframes.