# Author: Jack

## R-SQUARED

What is R-Squared? As a statistical tool, R-squared is a measure of how well the regression predictions fit a set of real data points. It measures the disparity between the linear regression and the underlying data it follows. If programmed out, this can be used as a useful tool for traders. As the calculation indicates how closely the linear regression

## Parabolic SAR – Profit from the Parabola.

The Parabolic SAR is an indicator that uses a curve to highlight a trend. A Parabola is a symmetrical plane curve. Consequently, Parabolic motion is experienced by an object that when thrown, moves along a curved path.  In relation to charts, let’s assume the object to be the price and the curve the general motion of that price. If we

## SMA RSI – How to combine both Indicators

Following on from this article on SMA RSI dips, we can take another method using these two popular indicators and instead of using N number of days, this time we could use a condition that allows us to scale up if the RSI is at a certain point on the second day.   This is the SMA RSI in code

## How KAMA Threshold adjusts to Market Volatility

A KAMA Threshold is a combination of a threshold above a special type of moving average – the KAMA. KAMA stands for the Kaufman’s Adaptive Moving Average. The KAMA is a type of moving average which aids in the reduction of fluctuations in data. It adjusts to market volatility by lengthening and shortening depending on market conditions. When the market

## Buy the dip with an RSI algorithm.

In some cases, the components of a concept of a strategy read aloud and then combined, create a good place to build a workable strategy which can then be optimized. For example what if we wanted an RSI Algorithm with a SMA Algorithm in combination.  In the next two articles we will explore the RSI and the SMA and how

## Channel No.5 – Unisex

Paris in the 1920’s… As Coco Chanel knew only too well, there are clear cut rules for trends.Â  Similarly, when it comes to market trends and channels however, successively higher highs or lower lows are needed to create a trend. As for the visual aspect, it can certainly be very helpful to dress up these trends in the some of 