John F. introduced Autocorrelation Reversals in his "Cycle Analytics for Traders" chapter 8 on 2013.
One of the distinctive characteristics of autocorrelation is that the autocorrelation shifts from yelow to red or from red to yellow at all values of lag at the cyclic reversals of the price. Therefore, all we need do to determine these reversals is to sum the bar-to-bar differences of the autocorrelation function across all values of lag. When the sum is large a turning point has been identified.
The indicated reversals are very sensitive to the smoothing of the price data. Therefore, the LPLength is made available as an indicator input to decrease or increase the number of indicated reversals as desired. The AvgLength parameter is also made available as an indicator because this averaging also impacts the number of indicated reversals. Care should be taken when increasing the value of this input because the lag of the indicator increases in direct proportion to the increase of the value of the AvgLength. Typical delay of the indicator will be about three bars when the AvgLength parameter is set to a value of 3. The HPLength parameter is also made available as an input for complete flexibility of the indicator. However, changing its value has a relatively minor impact on the indicated reversals.
Reversals --> Autocorrelation Reversals pulses
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