Goichi Hosoda's "Ichimoku Kinkō Hyō" is a widely used Trend Following indicator and can be defined as a "system" rather than an indicator.
Published in the late 1960's, consisting of 5 lines.
TenkanSen (Conversion Line) = of the last 9 bars
KijunSen (Base Line) = of the last 26 bars
SenkouSpanA (Leading Span A) = Average of Tenkan&KijunSen shifted -> 26...
Ignore the other one (it contains some errors).
On this FRAMA you can play with length, SC and FC.
Just read on below links to understand more about this super useful moving average:
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Uses Kaufmann's Efficiency Ratio to generate adaptive inputs for Ehler's MAMA/FAMA. Alphas from the Hilbert transform are then used in place for the KAMA calculation.
Original MAMA/FAMA by everget : link
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The Mother Of Adaptive Moving Averages was created by John Ehlers (Rocket Science For Traders pgs 182-183) and this is definitely my favorite Ehlers moving average script. This works as a trend indicator and a typical moving average. When the mama is above the fama then the stock is in an uptrend and vice versa. Of course it is also good when the price is above...
One of Ehlers most well-known indicators! I've seen many variations of this on TradingView, however, none seem to be true to the original released by Ehlers himself.
I've taken it upon myself to simply translate the MAMA into Pinescript, instead of re-writing like some others have done.
You can use it as a very effective & adaptive moving average with...
Overall the D-AMA produced results that were near identical to that of the FRAMA but the D-AMA is a slightly faster average.
It is very difficult to pick between the FRAMA and the D-AMA but becuase the FRAMA offers a slightly longer trade duration it the best Moving Average we have tested so far.
Fama-French 3 Factor Model
Extension of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
Ra = Rfr +
Ra = Return of the Asset
Rfr = Risk-Free Rate
βa = Beta Coefficient of the Asset
Rm - Rfr = Market Risk Premium
Fama-French 3 Factor
r = rf + β1*(rm - rf) + β2(smh) +β3(hml)
r = Expected rate of return
rf = Risk-free rate
ß = Factor’s coefficient...