The KDJ oscillator display consists of 3 lines (K, D and J - hence the name of the display) and 2 levels. K and D are the same lines you see when using the oscillator. The J line in turn represents the deviation of the D value from the K value. The convergence of these lines indicates new trading opportunities. Just like the Oscillator, oversold and overbought levels correspond to the times when the trend is likely to reverse.
L1 Multidimensional KDJ utilizes multiple KDJ modeling across multiple time frames. In this instance, it covers three time frames as day, week and month. Although it is named like that, one can deduce and use it in small time frames e.g. 15mins (day), 60mins (week) and 4H (month) because KDJ oscillator is commonly used for small time frames across various markets.
kd --> day K value
kw --> week K value
km --> month K value
dd --> day D value
dw --> week D value
dm --> month D value
divergence --> divergence among day, week, month D values
resonance --> all three time frame D values are in the same direction
Pros and Cons
1. Enable multidimensional KDJ,especially D value comparisons
2. divergence and resoanance among different time frame KDJ can be disclosed
1. It may satruate for extreme conditions of long and short.
2. Not accurate for long and short entries by resonance effect.
Bring about multiple time frames into consideration of KDJ is novel.
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