Market prices do not have a Gaussian probability density function
as many traders think. Their probability curve is not bell-shaped.
But trader can create a nearly Gaussian PDF for prices by normalizing
them or creating a normalized indicator such as the relative strength
index and applying the Fisher transform. Such a transformed output
creates the peak...
Direct port of the original Fisher Transform to TradingView: media.johnwiley.com.au
This might be better suited to be combined with other indicator to be effective, such as the Fisher Transform of RSI.
I hope you have found this useful :)...
Best for higher time frames - 30m, 1H, 2H, 3H, 4H, D this strategy uses several factors that are pushed through an Inverse Fisher Transform (IFT). The higher the TF, the better the performance, up to 98%, but the number of deals tends to drop). Middle time frames (5m, 15m) look viable with Scaled Price (Scaled %P) and MFI factors. The factor list can be extended...