Try using a different Acceleration or Acceleration Step.
You might be surprised!
- When the SAR reverses
|Strong Long||When the SAR is below the price (and if EMA values are entered EMA fast is above EMA slow)|
|Weak Long||This signal only appears if EMA values are entered and SAR is below price but EMA fast is not above EMA slow|
|Weak Short||This signal only appears if EMA values are entered and SAR is above price but EMA fast is not below EMA slow|
|Strong Short||When the SAR is above the price (and if EMA values are entered EMA fast is below EMA slow)|
If only one of the EMA values is specified, that EMA is combined with the SAR based on it’s slope. A Long SAR becomes Strong Long and a Short SAR becomes Weak Short if the slope is rising and vice versa with a falling slope.
If both EMA values are set to zero, the SAR will only give Strong signals.
|Acceleration max||Maximum acceleration|
|Acceleration step||Rate of change, sometimes called SAR sensitivity|
|EMA slow period||The period for an optional slow EMA, or zero|
|EMA fast period||The period for an optional fast EMA, or zero|
|Parabolic SAR||The color when EMA values are entered and the signal is Weak|
|Up Color||The color for Strong Long|
|Down Color||The color for Strong Short|