This indicator plot 3 Kalman filter zero lag EMA lines. It has less lag and is also smoother than the original EMA. It also has an option to show the crossover of two EMAs.

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Zero Lag Exponential Moving Average indicator script based on the original version by John Ehlers and Ric Way

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This is an extension of the Madrid Moving Average Ribbon public script to allow for different kinds of moving averages (the original allows only exponential and simple). Possible entries in the MA Type argument field are: sma (simple moving average) ema (exponential moving average) wma (weighted moving average) trima (triangular moving average) zlema...

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This is an experimental study that calculates filter values at user defined sample rates. This study is aimed to provide users with alternative functions for filtering price at custom sample rates. First, source data is resampled using the desired rate and cycle offset. The highest possible rate is 1 bar per sample (BPS). There are three resampling methods to...

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This is Keltner Channelz (KC) with Zero Lag Moving Average (ZLMA as base). It is smoother and has less lag than the original (EMA/SMA) variant. It also can be used as a trend indicator and trend confirmation indicator. The upper and lower bands are green if it is an up trend, and red if a down trend. If both have the same color it is a stronger trend.

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The purpose of this indicator is to provide an easy-to-read binary dashboard of where the current price is relative to key dynamic supports and resistances. The concept is simple, if a dynamic s/r is currently acting as a resistance, the indicator plots a dot above the histogram in the red box. If a dynamic s/r is acting as support, a dot is plotted in the green...

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The Zero lag exponential moving average (ZLEMA) indicator was created by John Ehlers and Ric Way. The formula for a given N-Day period and for a given Data series is: Lag = (Period-1)/2 Ema Data = {Data+(Data-Data(Lag days ago)) ZLEMA = EMA(EmaData,Period) The idea is do a regular exponential moving average (EMA) calculation but on a de-lagged data...

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It is a trend detector indicator, using 3 moving averages. You can select different MA's and set the periods of them. If all 3 is increasing, the color will be green, if decreasing, the color will be red, gray otherwise. It can be used for e.g. scalping.

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I applied the zero-lag moving average theory to the Alligator Indicator. It seems like some different rules would would be required versus the traditional Alligator. Let me know what you think!

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This script allows you to add two moving averages to a chart, where the type of moving average can be chosen from a collection of 15 different moving average algorithms. Each moving average can also have different lengths and crossovers/unders can be displayed and alerted on. The supported moving average types are: Simple Moving Average ( SMA ) Exponential...

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Using zero lag ema for MACD line, and using KAMA for MACD's signal line. Test version. This has MACD and signal cross alert, and 0 line alert.

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Change Channel is like KC unless it uses percentage changes in price to set channel distance. Midline is zero-lag smoothed ROC with dynamic period based on MA Streak indicator, if MA Streak shows an ongoing trend, midline going strong and break out the channel. Consider using ▲ green areas as a signal to buy and ▼ red areas as a sell signal. It works best...

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This script has both the Triple Exponential Moving Average (TEMA) and zero lag sma written as functions. Both from Capturing Profit with Technical Analysis (24-25) by Sylvain Vervoort. Best regards, capam

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Zero Lag EMA based MACD . Test version. The white line is normal macd line.

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The Zero lag exponential moving average (ZLEMA) indicator was created by John Ehlers and Ric Way. As is the case with the Double exponential moving average (DEMA) and the Triple exponential moving average (TEMA) and as indicated by the name, the aim is to eliminate the inherent lag associated to all trend following indicators which average a price over time.

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