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Is anyone using Jurvik indicators ? Have you found them to be useful ?

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Is anyone using Jurvik indicators ? Have you found them to be useful ?

* Do you mean Mark Jurik's indicators ?
I do have a few of them, mainly use the Jurik Jma and Rsx..
The Best way to use the Jma is as a "price proxy", that means as a replacement for price (replace close for example in an indicator ).
an example would be to use Jma(c,3,0) in place of the closing price in a stochastics, rsi etc, it does a nice job of smoothing without the lag of traditional averages...
The Rsx is a smoothed version of Rsi...
They aren't the "holy grail, just tools to help, when used properly..

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* Do you mean Mark Jurik's indicators ?
I do have a few of them, mainly use the Jurik Jma and Rsx..
The Best way to use the Jma is as a "price proxy", that means as a replacement for price (replace close for example in an indicator ).
an example would be to use Jma(c,3,0) in place of the closing price in a stochastics, rsi etc, it does a nice job of smoothing without the lag of traditional averages...
The Rsx is a smoothed version of Rsi...
They aren't the "holy grail, just tools to help, when used properly..

thanks for your input

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Is anyone using Jurvik indicators ? Have you found them to be useful ?

Just as good as any free indicator. Disproportionately priced in comparison to their utility. Not meant for any micro/nano level precision....other time frames very much manageable with simple indicators.

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* Do you mean Mark Jurik's indicators ?
I do have a few of them, mainly use the Jurik Jma and Rsx..
The Best way to use the Jma is as a "price proxy", that means as a replacement for price (replace close for example in an indicator ).
an example would be to use Jma(c,3,0) in place of the closing price in a stochastics, rsi etc, it does a nice job of smoothing without the lag of traditional averages...
The Rsx is a smoothed version of Rsi...
They aren't the "holy grail, just tools to help, when used properly..

Hi there, I just recently spotted your comment. Have you had any success with the Jurik JMA and the RSX? Would you recommend?

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Hi there, I just recently spotted your comment. Have you had any success with the Jurik JMA and the RSX? Would you recommend?

I've used them both in the past especially for a longer-term neural network system that I designed, with decent success.(still a work in progress but the performance suffered noticeably when I tried to replace the Jma with any other average, including T3, etc.). The RSX was essential as my entry signal. (I couldn't find anything better).
I only use the Jma now for my discretionary trading, just to smooth an oscillator for entry.
I like both but neither one can make you money alone, you need strict trading rules and money management.

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I've used them both in the past especially for a longer-term neural network system that I designed, with decent success.(still a work in progress but the performance suffered noticeably when I tried to replace the Jma with any other average, including T3, etc.).

Thanks for the info. Do you think JMA works better in your system because of data fitting or over optimization in your system or it just is the best tool for the job? We are exploring Jurik's toolset, in particular the stochastic tools.

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