My point of view is to follow the market. If it has reversed, then it has reversed, and there is no need to wait pre-defined number of candles for the confirmation. Such reversals will always be visible on momentum indicators, such as the most popular . But a single-line moving average can be also good enough to notice reversals. Or my favourite one - QQE, which I borrowed (and improved) from JustUncleL, who borrowed it from Glaz, who borrowed it from... I don't even know where originates from. Thanks to all these guys for their input and code.
So whichever you choose - yes, there is a pick-your-poison-type selector as in in-famous Moving Average indicators - once it reverses, a highest (or lowest) point from the impulse is caught and gets printed.
One thing I need to emphasize. This indicator DOES NOT REPAINT. It might look like the lines are a bit delayed, especially when compared to all the other indicators on TradingView, but they are actually TRUE. There is a value in this - my indicator prints and exactly on the moment they have been noticed, not earlier faking to be faster than they could be.
As a bonus, the indicator marks which impulse had strength in it. It is very nice to see a progressing impulse, but without force - a very likely that reversal on a bigger move is happening.
I'm about to publish some more scripts based on this algo, so follow me on TradingView to get notified.
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