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There is a finite difference between the output of the two filters in the frequency range between their cutoff periods, but shorter cycle components are still removed by cancellation. As a result, the trend line is displayed as an oscillator. The EasyLanguage code to compute the decycler oscillator is shown in Code Listing 4-2. 43 Decyclers Code Listing 4-2. EasyLanguage Code for Decycler Oscillator { Decycler Oscillator © 2013 John F. 707*360 / HPPeriod1); (Continuedâ•›) Code Listing 4-2. 707*360 / HPPeriod2); HP1 = (1 - alpha1 / 2)*(1 - alpha1 / 2)*(Close - 2*Close[1] + Close[2]) + 2*(1 - alpha1)*HP1[1] - (1 - alpha1)* (1 - alpha1)*HP1[2]; HP2 = (1 - alpha2 / 2)*(1 - alpha2 / 2)*(Close - 2*Close[1] + Close[2]) + 2*(1 - alpha2)*HP2[1] - (1 - alpha2)* (1 - alpha2)*HP2[2]; Decycle = HP2 - HP1; Plot1(Decycle); Plot2(0); Cycle Analytics for Traders 44 The decycler oscillator can be useful for determining the transition between uptrends and downtrends by the crossing of the zero line.

3. A decycler filter has very low lag. 4. A decycler oscillator is created by subtracting the output of a high-pass filter having a shorter cutoff period from the output of another highpass filter having a longer cutoff period. A decycler oscillator shows transitions between uptrends and downtrends at the zero crossings. 45 Decyclers Chapter 5 Band-Pass Filters “A little of the data narrowly passed,” said Tom broadly. P erhaps the least appreciated and most underutilized filter in Â�technical analysis is the band-pass filter.

The rate of reduction is 6 dB per octave. My experience is that the systemic noise rarely is more than 10 dB below the level of cyclic information, so that we create two conditions for effective smoothing of aliasing noise: 1. It is difficult to use cycle periods shorter that two octaves below the Nyquist frequency. That is, an eight-bar cycle component has a quantization noise level 12 dB below the noise level at the Nyquist frequency. Longer cycle components therefore have a systemic noise level that �exceeds the aliasing noise level.

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