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Kalman Hull Supertrend
At its core, this indicator uses a Kalman filter of price, put inside of a hull moving average function (replacing the weighted moving averages) and then using that as a price source for the supertrend instead of the normal hl2 (high+low/2).
Therefore, making it more adaptive to price and also sensitive to recent price action.

PLEASE Read the following, knowing what an indicator does at its core before adding it into a system is pivotal. The core concepts can allow you to include it in a logical and sound manner.

1. What is a Kalman Filter
The Kalman Filter is an algorithm renowned for its efficiency in estimating the states of a linear dynamic system amidst noisy data. It excels in real-time data processing, making it indispensable in fields requiring precise and adaptive filtering, such as aerospace, robotics, and financial market analysis. By leveraging its predictive capabilities, traders can significantly enhance their market analysis, particularly in estimating price movements more accurately.

If you would like this on its own, with a more in-depth description please see our Kalman Price Filter.

2. Hull Moving Average (HMA) and Its Core Calculation
The Hull Moving Average (HMA) improves on traditional moving averages by combining the Weighted Moving Average's (WMA) smoothness and reduced lag. Its core calculation involves taking the WMA of the data set and doubling it, then subtracting the WMA of the full period, followed by applying another WMA on the result over the square root of the period's length. This methodology yields a smoother and more responsive moving average, particularly useful for identifying market trends more rapidly.

3. Combining Kalman Filter with HMA
The innovative combination of the Kalman Filter with the Hull Moving Average (KHMA) offers a unique approach to smoothing price data. By applying the Kalman Filter to the price source before its incorporation into the HMA formula, we enhance the adaptiveness and responsiveness of the moving average. This adaptive smoothing method reduces noise more effectively and adjusts more swiftly to price changes, providing traders with clearer signals for market entries or exits.
The calculation is like so:
KHMA(_src, _length) =>
    f_kalman(2 * f_kalman(_src, _length / 2) - f_kalman(_src, _length), math.round(math.sqrt(_length)))
4. Integration with Supertrend
Incorporating this adaptive price smoothing technique into the Supertrend indicator further enhances its efficiency. The Supertrend, known for its proficiency in identifying the prevailing market trend and providing clear buy or sell signals, becomes even more powerful with an adaptive price source. This integration allows the Supertrend to adjust more dynamically to market changes, offering traders more accurate and timely trading signals.

5. Application in a Trading System
In a trading system, the Kalman Hull Supertrend indicator can serve as a critical component for identifying market trends and generating signals for potential entry and exit points. Its adaptiveness and sensitivity to price changes make it particularly useful for traders looking to minimize lag in signal generation and improve the accuracy of their market trend analysis. Whether used as a standalone tool or in conjunction with other indicators, its dynamic nature can significantly enhance trading strategies.

6. Core Calculations and Benefits
The core of this indicator lies in its sophisticated filtering and averaging techniques, starting with the Kalman Filter's predictive adjustments, followed by the adaptive smoothing of the Hull Moving Average, and culminating in the trend-detecting capabilities of the Supertrend. This multi-layered approach not only reduces market noise but also adapts to market volatility more effectively. Benefits include improved signal accuracy, reduced lag, and the ability to discern trend changes more promptly, offering traders a competitive edge.

Thus following all of the key points here are some sample backtests on the 1D Chart
Disclaimer: Backtests are based off past results, and are not indicative of the future.
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