John F. introuced Hilbert Channel Breakout Trading System in Nov, 2000.
This indicator will show how the adaptive filter is being applied to a trading strategy. After the Hilbert Channel Breakout Signal is optimized, set the inputs for this indicator to match the corresponding inputs for the signal.
In the March 2000 STOCKS & , John published a algorithm for the Hilbert cycle period, an indicator that plots the length of the current market cycle. The Hilbert transform achieved computational efficiency by using a two-dimensional numbering system. Unfortunately, this introduces amplitude error in calculating the quadrature component. Dr . compensated for this error. He have updated the method of compensating for the amplitude error by applying a straight-line compensation term using the frequency calculation from one bar ago. This is possible because the cycle period cannot change drastically from bar to bar. The slowly varying cycle period is adequate to do a good job of amplitude compensation.
In addition, Dr . have used a different way to compute the cycle period. He used a homodyne discriminator because it exhibits superior performance in a low signal-to-noise environment. Homodyne means he used the signal multiplied by itself one bar ago to produce a zero-frequency beat note. This beat note carries the phase angle of the one-bar change. Still using the basic definition of a cycle, the one-bar of phase is exactly the cycle period.
Here is the pine v4 code to generate the signals in the Hilbert channel breakout trading system, as discussed in Dr . article in this issue, "Optimizing With Hilbert Indicators." The signal itself is a simple channel breakout system that generates buy and exit signals, that shows whether the system is long or flat; the high of the bar and the value of the entry channel; and the low of the bar and the value of the exit channel. This helps you see on a bar-by-bar basis exactly how the system is behaving.
longcond--> when high breakouts EntryChannel to long
shortcond--> when low breakouts ExitChannel to short
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