Topic: Fisher Transform and repeat signal

Hello to all,
I set this strategy to find the best indicators for closing trades.

v2 Super trend
The bar opens above the moving average
- repeat signal = 0

Fisher Transform
- crosses the zero line upwards
- the signal repetition = 2

I expected to see on the graph,
a candle that exceeds the SupertrendV2, and only the second crossing of the zero level of the FisherTransform opens the trade.

But it does not work that way, sometimes opens the trade in the first candle.

Am I doing something wrong ?
Thank you

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Re: Fisher Transform and repeat signal

This is the strategy

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Re: Fisher Transform and repeat signal

Freesby, signal repeat means that the signal gets repeated. In your example you have signal repetition at 2, which means one signal gets raised 2 times more after the first one. Therefore, when Fisher crosses and raises the first signal for bar "n", there's going to be a signal at bar n+1 and bar n+2.

Re: Fisher Transform and repeat signal

Thanks Footon,
I misunderstood
I do not understand the advantage of the function

Re: Fisher Transform and repeat signal

Theoretical advantage is widening the operation window of logic. It is especially useful and usable for conditions, which occur more rarely, like crossovers, for example. So, the user can add a little bit of "play" into logic, everything does not have to happen in the same bar, one can define a window of multiple bars for signals to be raised.

Re: Fisher Transform and repeat signal

Thanks