Double Smoothed Stochastic Bressert
Double Smoothed Stochastics – DSS Bressert is an oscillator introduced by William Blau and Walter Bressert shortly after each other in two slightly different versions. The calculation of DSS Bressert values is similar to the stochastic indicator. The difference is the use of double exponential smoothing. The advantages over the classic stochastic oscillators are the fast response to price changes in a still very smooth pattern. In addition, the extreme zones at the other end of the scale are reached quite frequently, even in strong trends, resulting in many trend conforming signals. Double Smoothed Stochastics – DSS The Bressert values are the same as the stochastics – values above 80 indicate an overbought condition of the market, values below 20 indicate an oversold condition of the market.
Indicator is implemented for: MT4/MT5/Tradestation/ Multicharts
We have added these conditions:
- DSS is crosses UP/Down
- DPO is rising/falling
You can easily do your conditions in Custom blocks. More informations you can find here:
How to import custom indicators to SQX: https://strategyquant.com/doc/programming-for-sq/import-export-custom-indicators-and-other-snippets/