EMA & SMA with FRACTAL DEVIATION BANDS
By Ricardo M Arjona @XeL_Arjona
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Here is a modified moving average which uses phi as the scaling interval between moving average periods. Each MACD line is derived by determining EMAs for 8 period frames, each of which is related to the other proportionally by phi, and calculating each line by comparing it against its immediate predecessor. Actual period values are 9 15 24 39 63 102 165 and 267
I call this "Phi Ribbons." The Golden Ratio, also known as Phi, is fantastic at predicting areas of price reversal.
Every moving average is a fibonacci multiple of the base function 355 SMA .
The rainbow above is an array of fibonacci multiples that are greater than one (1.618, 2, 2.618, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21)
The rainbow below is an array of fibonacci multiples that...
Another in a series of experimental indicators using logarithmic scale visualisation.
This one extends into some work on I've been doing on 'the cube', but Pine isn't liking multiple log lines even when the equations are included for each plotted variable, meaning, no variables used in the definition of a variable, as is done here. As a result, accuracy of this...