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This indicator provides a full wave-composite picture of the
market. The cycles are designed to be a direct reflection of the price so that
they don’t lag. In other words, you will be able to quickly anticipate turning
points independently of the time-frame.
CSSA-Slope and Trendlines
These indicators are derivatives from CSSA-Cycles; they are
particularly useful in identifying and confirming the direction of momentum
behind a move.
CSSA-Long and Short Entries
Signals are triggered by CSSA-Cycles from its bases and
peaks. A causal lead and filtering features have been added to compensate for
inherent execution lags so that you can make the most of each market move.
This indicator operates a 90 degree phase shift of
CSSA-Cycles; the peaks and troughs of the cycle line become zero crossings.
Signals are then triggered when the transform breaks through its center line.
Because of the accuracy of the signals, tight stop losses can be kept for even
In addition to generating signals, this centered oscillator
can also be used to confirm developing trends.
The ratio of the variance accounted by a group of cycles to
the total variance in a rolling window is given. Any sudden change in this
ratio can announce that something is amiss with the current trend or that the
current trend is about to change.
This indicator uses the variance accounted by individual
cycles to return a degree of coupling between them. It computes the ratio of
the variance accounted by two components in a rolling window. Any sudden change
in this coupling can be used as a proxy for change.
CSSA-Change Point Score
The degree of change between recent and past price action
(the base) is returned. It can be interpreted as the probability that some
change is likely to occur due to strong causal dependencies in the data. In
other words this indicator reveals hidden dependencies that may announce
significant changes in trend.
Lines are drawn horizontally from the base before an up–move
in CSSA or a peak before a down–move. The purpose of this indicator is to show
where price is liable to find some local support and encounter some local
resistance. The violation of these lines can generate reliable entry points.
You might want to stay out when markets settle down and
start to chop; a market moving sideways with very little upward and downward
movement does not provide enough price range to overcome transaction costs.
Sideways coils are also prone to fakeouts and we all know that escaping a
position against a breakout can be expensive due to slippage.
CSSA-Flatlines is a "flatline detector" in
the form of upper and lower thresholds that can be used to identify those
long flat areas of excessive chop so you can get out in time, or anticipate a