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一目均衡表 (ICH)

一目均衡表 (ICH)

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The Ichimoku indicator gives traders plenty of information 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) about the current trend, its direction, as well as support and resistance levels.

Ichimoku (Ichimoku Kinko Hyo - Japanese for "one glance at the balance chart") unites various approaches to forecasting price movements and combines a series of indicators.

Thus, the Ichimoku indicator creates wider zones 一目均衡表 (ICH) at the support and resistance levels, reducing the risk of false signals.

At both event venues the seminar speaker will be well-known Tradepedia instructor Jarek Duque, who will deliver useful presentations about two relevant topics: in Bogotá the topic titled Ichimoku Kinko Hyo - All-in-One Indicator for Forex, while in Lima the topic titled The Avramis Swing and Trend Reversal Indicators.

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Ichimoku Clouds

The Ichimoku Cloud, also known as Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, is a versatile indicator that defines support and resistance, identifies trend direction, gauges momentum 一目均衡表 (ICH) and provides trading signals. Ichimoku Kinko Hyo translates into “one look equilibrium chart”. With one look, chartists can identify the trend and look for potential signals within that trend. The indicator was developed by journalist Goichi Hosoda and published in his 1969 book. Even though the Ichimoku Cloud may seem complicated when viewed on the price chart, it's actually a rather straightforward indicator; the concepts are easy to understand and the signals are well-defined.


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Ichimoku Cloud Calculation

Four of the five plots within the Ichimoku Cloud are based on the average of the high and low over a given period of time. For example, the first plot is simply an average of the 9-day high and 9-day low. Before computers were widely available, it would have been easier to calculate this high-low average rather than a 9-day moving average. The Ichimoku Cloud consists of five plots:

This tutorial will use the English equivalents when explaining the various plots. The chart below shows the Dow Industrials with the Ichimoku Cloud plots. The Conversion Line (blue) is the fastest and most sensitive line. Notice that it follows price action the closest. The Base Line (red) trails the faster Conversion Line, but follows price action pretty well. The relationship between the Conversion Line and Base Line is similar to the relationship between a 9-day moving average and 26-day moving average. The 9-day is faster and more closely follows the price plot. The 26-day is slower 一目均衡表 (ICH) and lags behind the 9-day. Incidentally, notice that 9 and 26 are the same periods used to calculate the MACD.

Chart 1 - Ichimoku Cloud

Interpreting Ichimoku Clouds

The cloud, which is made up of the Leading Span A and Leading Span B lines, can be used to identify the trend. The relationships between price, the Conversion Line, and the Base Line are used to identify shorter-term trading signals.

Identifying the Trend

The cloud (Kumo) is the most prominent feature of the Ichimoku Cloud plots, and is often used to identify the overall trend. The Leading Span 一目均衡表 (ICH) A (green) and Leading Span B (red) form the cloud. The Leading Span A is the average of the Conversion Line and the 一目均衡表 (ICH) Base Line. Because the Conversion Line and Base Line are calculated with 9 and 26 periods, respectively, the green cloud boundary moves faster than the red cloud boundary, which is the average of the 52-day high and the 52-day low. It is the same principle with 一目均衡表 (ICH) moving averages. Shorter moving averages are more sensitive and faster than longer moving averages.

There are two ways to identify the overall trend using the cloud. First, the trend is up when prices are above the cloud, down when prices are below the cloud and flat when prices are in the cloud. Second, the uptrend is strengthened when the Leading Span A (green cloud line) is rising and 一目均衡表 (ICH) above the Leading Span B (red cloud line). This situation produces a green cloud. Conversely, a downtrend is reinforced when the Leading Span 一目均衡表 (ICH) A (green cloud line) is falling and below the Leading Span B (red cloud line). This situation produces a red cloud. Because the 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) cloud is shifted forward 26 days, it also provides a glimpse of future support or resistance.

Chart 2 shows IBM with a focus on the uptrend and the cloud. First, notice that IBM was in an uptrend from June to January as it traded above 一目均衡表 (ICH) the cloud. Second, notice how the cloud offered support in July, early October, and early November. Third, notice how the cloud provides a glimpse of future resistance. Remember, the entire cloud is shifted forward 26 days. This means it is plotted 26 days ahead of 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) the last price point to indicate future support or resistance.

Chart 2 - Ichimoku Cloud

Chart 3 shows Boeing (BA) with a focus on the downtrend and the cloud. The trend changed when Boeing broke below cloud support in June. The cloud changed from green to red when the Leading Span A (green) moved below the Leading Span B (red) in July. The cloud break represented the first trend change signal, while the color change represented the second trend change signal. Notice how the cloud then acted as resistance in August and January.

Chart 3 - Ichimoku Cloud

Identifying Trading Signals

Price, the Conversion Line and the Base Line are used to identify faster and more frequent signals. It is important to remember that bullish signals are reinforced when prices are above the cloud and the cloud is green. Bearish signals are reinforced when prices are below the cloud and the cloud is red. In other words, bullish signals are preferred when the bigger trend is up (prices above green 一目均衡表 (ICH) cloud), while bearish signals are preferred when the bigger trend is down (prices are below red cloud). This is the essence of trading in the direction of the bigger trend. Signals that are counter to the existing trend are deemed weaker, such as short-term bullish 一目均衡表 (ICH) signals within a long-term downtrend or short-term bearish signals within a long-term uptrend.

Conversion-Base Line Signals

During an uptrend, a bullish signal is triggered when the Conversion Line crosses above the Base Line. Similarly, the Conversion Line crossing below the Base Line during a downtrend is a bearish signal.

Chart 4 shows Kimberly Clark (KMB) producing two bullish signals within an uptrend. First, the trend was up because the stock was trading above the cloud and the cloud was green. The Conversion Line dipped below the Base Line for a few days in 一目均衡表 (ICH) late June to enable the setup. A bullish crossover signal was triggered when the Conversion Line moved back above the Base Line in July. The second signal occurred as the stock moved towards cloud support. The Conversion Line moved below the Base Line in September to 一目均衡表 (ICH) enable the setup. Another bullish crossover signal was triggered when the Conversion Line moved back above the Base Line in October. Sometimes it 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) is hard to determine exact Conversion Line and Base Line levels on the price chart. For reference, these numbers are displayed in the upper left-hand corner of each Sharpchart. As of the January 8 close, the Conversion Line was 62.62 (blue) and the Base Line 一目均衡表 (ICH) was 63.71 (red).

Chart 6 - Ichimoku Cloud

Chart 5 shows AT&T (T) producing a bearish signal within a downtrend. First, the trend was down as the stock was trading below the cloud and the cloud was red. After a sideways bounce in August, the Conversion Line moved above the Base Line to enable the setup. This did not last long as the Conversion Line moved back below the Base Line 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) to trigger a bearish signal on September 15th.

Chart 5 - Ichimoku Cloud

Price-Base Line Signals

During an uptrend, a bullish signal is triggered when price crosses above the Base Line. Similarly, price crossing below the Base Line during a downtrend is a bearish signal.

Chart 6 shows Disney producing two bullish signals within an uptrend. With the stock trading above the green cloud, prices moved below the Base Line (red) to enable the 一目均衡表 (ICH) setup. This move represented a short-term oversold situation within a bigger uptrend. The pullback ended when prices moved back above the Base Line to trigger the bullish signal.

Chart 6 - Ichimoku Cloud

Chart 7 shows DR Horton (DHI) producing two bearish signals within a downtrend. With the stock trading below the red cloud, prices bounced above the Base Line (red) to enable the setup. This move created a short-term overbought situation within 一目均衡表 (ICH) a bigger downtrend. The bounce ended when prices moved back below the Base Line to trigger the bearish signal.

Chart 7 - Ichimoku Cloud

Ichimoku Cloud Signal Summary

This article features four bullish and four bearish signals derived from the Ichimoku Cloud plots. The trend-following signals focus on the cloud, while 一目均衡表 (ICH) the momentum signals focus on the Conversion and Base Lines. In general, movements above or below the cloud define the overall trend. Within that trend, the cloud changes color as the trend ebbs and flows. Once the trend is identified, the Conversion Line and Base Line act similar to MACD for signal generation. And finally, simple price movements above or below the Base Line can be used to generate signals.

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一目均衡表

轉換線(Tenkan-Sen / Conversion Line) 短軸快線 = (9日內最高價 + 9日內最低價) ÷ 2,以9日為一短線周期。 基準線(Kijun-Sen / Base Line) 中軸慢線(樞紐線)= (26日內最高價 + 26日內最低價) ÷ 2, 以26日為一中線周期。 遲行帶(Chinkou Span / Lagging Span) 後移指標(後行時間)= 將今日收盤價往後移至一中線周期(26日)。 先行帶A(Senkou Span A 一目均衡表 (ICH) / Leading Span A) 前移指標A(先行時間A)= (轉換線 + 基準線) ÷ 2,前移至一中線周期。 先行帶B(Senkou Span B / Leading Span B) 前移指標B(先行時間B)= (52日內最高價 + 52日內最低價) ÷ 2, 一目均衡表 (ICH) 前移至一中線周期。 雲帶/雲層(Kumo / Cloud) 雲帶(抵抗帶、阻抗帶)= 先行帶A與先行帶B之間的區域。

傳統上,一目均衡表以(9, 26, 52)三個係數計算周期,在1930年代,日本是每周有6個工作天,傳統的系統以此基準為一個半星期(短)、一個月(中)及二個月(長)來計算。現今社會已經由6個工作天改為5日,因此有人提出一目均衡表的參數需調整為(7, 22, 44)或(8, 22, 44),然而一般軟體仍以(9, 26, 52)為預設值。

一目均衡圖(表):日經225指數。

一目均衡表由日K線(一目均衡表中稱為日日線),5條線 [2] 及一個雲帶 [3] 所組成。尋找多空平衡條件的破壞形成時進入市場交易,觀念上包含乖離或背離、均線交叉、壓力和支撐以及道氏理論、波浪理論,不單是一套交易系統,也是一套交易體系。

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An implementation in R of the Ichimoku Kinkō Hyō (一目均衡表) charting system, also commonly known as ‘cloud charts’.

The technique is a refinement on candlestick charting originating from Japan, now in widespread use 一目均衡表 (ICH) in technical analysis worldwide. Translating to ‘one-glance equilibrium chart’, it allows the price action and market structure of financial securities to be 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) determined ‘at-a-glance’.

Example

For both publication-ready and fully-interactive charts for analysis.

Simply ichimoku() and plot().

Installation

Install the released version of ichimoku from CRAN:

Or 一目均衡表 (ICH) install the development version of ichimoku from GitHub with:

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Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

The system consists of the following chart lines added to a candlestick chart:

Tenkan-sen (転換線): [conversion line] the mid-point of the highest high and lowest low for the past 9 periods.

Kijun-sen (基準線): [base line] the mid-point of the highest high and lowest low for the past 26 periods.

Senkou span A (先行帶A): [leading span A] the 一目均衡表 (ICH) mid-point of Tenkan-sen and Kijun-sen plotted ahead 26 periods.

Senkou span B (先行帶B): [leading span B] the mid-point of the highest high and 一目均衡表 (ICH) lowest low for the past 52 periods, plotted ahead 26 periods.

Chikou span (遲行帶): [lagging span] the current closing price plotted 26 periods behind.

The kumo (雲) [cloud] is the area between Senkou span A and Senkou span B (usually shaded on a chart).

Interpretation

Ichimoku Kinkō Hyō translates roughly to ‘one-glance equilibrium chart’. It is designed to allow the price action and market structure of financial securities to be determined ‘at-a-glance’ in a highly visual fashion.

For example in a strongly upwards-trending market, the candlesticks will be above the Tenkan-sen, which will 一目均衡表 (ICH) be above the Kijun-sen, which will be above the cloud, and the Chikou span may not have anything above it.

The lines and 一目均衡表 (ICH) the cloud represent dynamic support and resistance zones relative to the price candles. Generally the thicker the cloud, the tougher the support/resistance. In our previous example, if the price now reverts downwards, it can expect support first at the Kijun-sen, then the Tenkan-sen and finally the cloud itself.

More subtle interpretations involve the Chikou span in particular and its action in relation to the cloud lines as well 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) 一目均衡表 (ICH) as the candles.

Context

Ichimoku analysis is the latest evolution in refining candlestick charting techniques, which also originated from Japan in the 18th century. Actually 一目均衡表 (ICH) developed during the mid-20th century, it gained popularity especially from the late 1990s onwards, and is now used on trading floors worldwide.

The time periods have traditionally been calculated as 9, 26 and 52 based on manual data analysis performed in Japan in a pre-computer age where there was a 6-day working week resulting in 26 average trading days in a month. Although this bears little relevance to the current day, the use of these time periods has persisted as an ‘industry norm’ or ‘accepted practice’.

To use other periods would be meaningless in a sense as everyone uses these parameters and ‘market psychology’ can and often does create its own realities, independent of 一目均衡表 (ICH) any fundamentals. However, there is no reason for the technique not to evolve, and to reflect changing trading realities perhaps other parameters will become more relevant in the collective psychology.

Finally, the use originated with daily candlesticks, and the most valid interpretation remains for daily data. However, it is equally used today for both shorter intra-day, e.g. 4-hour or hourly, and longer, e.g. weekly or monthly, charts.

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