What is a double Stochastic?

2020-10-31 by No Comments

What is a double Stochastic?

In mathematics, especially in probability and combinatorics, a doubly stochastic matrix (also called bistochastic matrix), is a square matrix of nonnegative real numbers, each of whose rows and columns sums to 1, i.e., , Thus, a doubly stochastic matrix is both left stochastic and right stochastic.

Which Stochastic setting is best?

For OB/OS signals, the Stochastic setting of 14,3,3 works well. The higher the time frame the better, but usually a H4 or a Daily chart is the optimum for day traders and swing traders.

What is KDJ indicator in thinkorswim?

KDJ is a derived form of the Stochastic Oscillator Indicator with the only difference of having an extra line called the J line. Values of %K and %D lines show if the security is overbought (over 80) or oversold (below 20). The moments of %K crossing %D are the moments for selling or buying.

What are full stochastics?

The Full Stochastic Oscillator is a fully customizable version of the Slow Stochastic Oscillator. Users can set the look-back period, the number of periods for slow %K and the number of periods for the %D moving average.

How do you get a smooth stochastic?

A slow stochastic can be created by initially smoothing the %K line with a moving average before it is displayed. The length of this smoothing is set in the Slow K Period.

What is the best setting for MACD?

The standard setting for MACD is the difference between the 12- and 26-period EMAs. Chartists looking for more sensitivity may try a shorter short-term moving average and a longer long-term moving average. MACD(5,35,5) is more sensitive than MACD(12,26,9) and might be better suited for weekly charts.

What is period in stochastic?

A stochastic oscillator is a momentum indicator comparing a particular closing price of a security to a range of its prices over a certain period of time. The sensitivity of the oscillator to market movements is reducible by adjusting that time period or by taking a moving average of the result.

Which technical indicator is the most accurate?

The STC indicator is a forward-looking, leading indicator, that generates faster, more accurate signals than earlier indicators, such as the MACD because it considers both time (cycles) and moving averages.

Is the DSS Bressert indicator the same as the normal stochastic?

The calculation used for the DSS Bressert is similar to the one used for the normal Stochastic but since Math is not my strong point, I am not gonna go into much detail about it. In fact, I believe most of you are interested to know how good the indicator is, not the exact math behind it.

Who is the creator of the double smoothed stochastic indicator?

The Double Smoothed Stochastic indicator was proposed by William Blau and Walter Bressert. The calculation of the DSS values is similar to the Stochastic indicator, the difference is the use of the double exponential smoothing.

What do you need to know about the Bressert indicator?

To successfully use Bressert’s Double Smoothed Stochastic you have to know a thing or two about trends and ranging markets.

How does Walter Bressert’s 3-10 oscillator work on a tick bar?

This indicator allows the user to plot a daily 3-10 Oscillator on a Tick Bar Chart or any intraday interval. Walter Bressert’s 3-10 Oscillator is a detrending oscillator derived from subtracting a 10 day moving average from a 3 day moving average.