Chaos Awesome Oscillator

Discussion in 'Technical Analysis' started by jayoo, Jan 7, 2006.

  1. jayoo


    What is the "Chaos Awesome Oscillator "?

    How do I calculate ?
  2. You have to ask yourself "How important is this to me?"

    If it is Very Important, then follow these steps:
    1. Buy this book from Amazon
    2. Read the description of the Chaos Awesome Oscillator
    3. Understand the description of the Chaos Awesome Oscillator
    4. Write a computer program that implements the Chaos Awesome Oscillator
    5. Debug your program
  3. Awesome how many gismo's you come accross to pull sheep into the markets.

    PS: Google a bit and you'll find it all for free in just under 5 minutes.
  4. I admit the term "Chaos Oscillator" made me curious and I looked up the code.

    What I saw made me laugh.

    Difference of 2 Simple MAs.


    MidBar = ( H + L ) *.5;
    AO = Average( MidBar, 5 ) - Average( MidBar, 34 );

    If AO > AO[ 1 ] Then
    SetPlotColor( 1, Green )
    Else If AO < AO[ 1 ] Then
    SetPlotColor( 1, Red );

    Plot1( AO, "AO" );
    Plot2( 0, "Zero" );
  5. jayoo


    actually I googled however its not easy to find the fomulaer.
    cos many words hits.

    Now I know how to calculate.

    finding books in English is not easy. especially English book about frading systems in T O K Y O.

    Thanks anyway..
  6. toc


    Why does everyone try to do Google, this site is much better for searches.
  7. use

    the future of search is combining gooble, wahoo, mickeysoft, aohell, etc... sort of like dogpile except with algorithm to measure "trust": a filter for a filter.
  8. For some introductory links you may see
    and then decide the level of your research.
    Just a note here : for any CHAOS application your T/A software should support loops in order to calculate Lyapunov coefficients etc.
    A final hint : The subject is fairly advanced and the expected results are not that analog.
  9. See also
    one of the best on-line hypertext.
  10. Mr Murat Cinko has presented the NONLINEARITY TEST FOR ISTANBUL STOCK EXCHANGE. For more details, see the
    Department of Business Administration, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey
    Marmara University Kuyubas? 81040, Istanbul
    His results show that ISE daily returns have a non linear behavior BUT the form of non linearity is not [for sure] chaotic.
    #10     Jan 8, 2006