Laguerre

Laguerre RSI is based on John EHLERS' Laguerre Filter to avoid the noise of RSI . As such, it is possible to use it to plot trend changes more precisely - and thus open and close positions at these points.
Manufacturer: nt8indicators
SKU: LAGUERRE
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