John F. introuced Modified Indicator in his "Cycle Analytics for Traders" chapter 7 on 2013.
The is the percentage of the sum of the delta closes up to the sum of all the delta closes over the observation period. The only variable here is the observation period. To have maximum effectiveness the observation period should be half of the measured period. If the observation period is half the dominant cycle, then for a pure , the closes up is exactly equal to the total closes during part of the cycle from the valley to the peak. In this case, the would have a value of 100. During another part of the cycle—the next half cycle—there would be no closes up. During this half cycle, the would have a value of zero. So, in principle, half the measured cycle is the correct choice for the observation period.
A modified that is a standard preceded by a SuperSmoother filter. The modified is far more responsive and has less lag because the low frequency components have have been removed by the high-pass part of the SuperSmoother filter. The is functionally the same as a single-pole high-pass filter because the CU term in the numerator is just a summation of one-bar differences.
MyRSI --> Modified Indicator fast line
Trigger --> Modified Indicator slow line
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