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glgene
550 posts
msg #142791
Ignore glgene
3/17/2018 4:27:41 PM

For those who have used these two StockFetcher indicators...

a) T3 Moving Average, and
b) Ultimate Oscillator

Which one would you prefer to use ... if you could choose only one?

I have tried both for a “short-term” Indicator, and I’m getting “very similar”crossover points. Note: I’m using the default T3 parameter, — T3(5,0.7) — but I modified the Ultimate Oscillator to UO(4,8,16).

Thanks to anyone who can contribute to this thread! It is appreciated.

Gene in FL


jimvin
134 posts
msg #142866
Ignore jimvin
3/22/2018 11:48:34 PM

I'll try and kick off the conversation by admitting my near complete ignorance and lack of experience; that usually motivates someone with infinitely more knowledge and indicator experience to, if not stomp on me, at least offer corrective and informative comments....

four
5,072 posts
msg #142873
Ignore four
3/23/2018 10:56:58 AM

https://www.technicalindicators.net/indicators-technical-analysis/150-t3-moving-average

https://www.technicalindicators.net/indicators-technical-analysis/106-ultimate-oscillator

shillllihs
4,550 posts
msg #142874
Ignore shillllihs
3/23/2018 11:49:06 AM

All I know is ultimate oscillator has never worked for me so it may give an edge to T3.

four
5,072 posts
msg #142892
Ignore four
modified
3/24/2018 12:04:30 AM

https://www.ireallytrade.com/UltimateOscillator.html

There will be two requirements for a buy and sell signal to activate a market position using the oscillator. Our first demand is that we have a price divergence from the oscillator. In the case of a buy we must have had a lower low in price that was not matched by a lower low in the oscillator. In the case of a sell we must have had a higher high in price that was not matched by the oscillator. Secondly, await a trend break in the Ultimate Oscillator to produce the actual signal.

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You'll need an account to read the article: Jan 1998 : STOCKS & COMMODITIES magazine

http://technical.traders.com/archive/archivelogin.asp?file=V16C0105SMO.pdf&src=SC

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