Kase Indicators Set (KPO, KCD, KEES, KDevStop) for Amibroker

Kase Indicators Set (KPO, KCD, KEES, KDevStop) for Amibroker

Set includes:
- Kase Peak Oscillator KPO in 2 versions ( sometimes database data makes one using more CPU)+Upcycle+DNcycle,
- DevStop in 2 versions( DevStop I is the most reliable),
- Kase Easy Entry System KEES (probably 99% compatible with MetaStock code)
- Kase CD KCD - version of macd
- and additionaly Kase Oscillator that shows quite intersting results, derived from old MetaStock code.

For user guide go to //

Kase Peak Oscillator


The PeakOscillator is used two ways:

Divergence -- The PeakOscillator may be used to generate traditional
Divergence signals. The difference between it and traditional
Divergence indicators lies in its accuracy.

PeakOut -- The Second use is to look for a PeakOut. A PeakOut occurs
when the histogram breaks beyond the PeakOut line AND then pulls back.

A PeakOut through the maximum line will be labeled PG (global
on the chart. A PeakOut that only extends through the PeakMin line is
called a local PeakOut AND will be labeled PL on the chart. A local
PeakOut is less significant than a normal PeakOut Signal. These local
PeakOuts are to be relied upon more heavily during sideways OR
corrective markets.

PeakOuts may be based on either the Maximum Line OR the Minimum Line.
global PeakOuts, however, are rarer AND therefore more significant
a local PeakOut. The magnitude of the price move may be greater
following the global PeakOut, but the likelihood of the break in
is essentially the same. Thus, our research indicates that we should
react equally to a global PeakOut in a trendy market AND a local
in a choppy OR corrective market.

Kase Devstop


The stop consists of four exit points, a Warning line AND Dev 1, 2 AND
3. Two closes against the warning count as Dev 1.


Color Coded Buy and Sell Signals
Often the computer's ability to provide information is greater than our own ability to synthesize it and use it properly. Thus Kase StatWare condenses its buy and sell signals into a simplified color coding system employing blue shades for long and red shades for short. In one color-coded dot, a trader can understand whether or not the market is generating a long or short signal and also the status of the higher time frame filter.

At a glance the trader knows whether or not the short term signal is fully permissioned, or whether or not the filter is in an ambiguous state. Therefore, using such simple coding techniques, we have been able to classify our signals into first, second and third class without the trader needing to spend any time on market analysis and review of charts and chart patterns.
Taken together, the features of the Kase StatWare package makes it one of the most complete market monitoring systems available. Its accuracy is well documented and exhibits versatility that is second to none. Often used in conjunction with Kase's renowned hedging and risk management advisory services, Kase StatWare has proven to be a necessity to those firms that wish to maximize their profitability and take control of their market positions.


The Kase CD is derived from the Peak Oscillator in the same way that the MACD is derived from a moving average oscillator. That is, it is the difference between the Peak Oscillator and the average of the Peak Oscillator, where the MACD is the difference between an exponential moving average oscillator and its average. However, because its basis is statistical, it generates cleaner crossover signals, and more reliable divergences.[/code]

These KASE indicators are translated from Tradestation into Amibroker, since KASE indicators for Amibroker are not available commercially from the developer.

[ Last edited by adamsasak at 11-8-2008 15:46 ]
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Reply 1# adamsasak's post

Thank you for posting this.


>> These KASE indicators are translated from Tradestation into Amibroker, since KASE indicators for Amibroker are not available commercially from the developer. <<

Have you used.. as it is converted from tradestation .. Is this correct in logic????

Please confirm..



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