Shows the volume per time frame in absolute volume or in transaction amount.
On BTC: With large lots move, such as institutional investors, the transaction volume may keep stable but the large values may move the price faster
On XRP: With low prices, the transaction volume might be much higher than the value volume
Checks what the average true range is for the X amount of trading days. Then will also label the ATR from the low, and the ATR from the high of the current day.
A second label can be created dependent on current days RVOL %. If RVOL is not 0 or 1, then it will create the second label. Otherwise it will just leave it as the standard label.
The calculation for...
This script looks at 5 different EMAs so that you can compare the short term to the long term trend, and combines it with the Parabolic SAR. This can be used to find a great entry into a new or reversing trend.
This is a Moving Averages pack with 5 lines.
This indicator is different from others because with it you can select the MA type used in calculations for each line.
Available MA types are (currently):
Also configurable (for each line) are data source (open, close, hlc3, etc) and period.
Volume Average Cross Default Indicator
This indicator plots signals from two different visual volume averages when they cross.
In does in addition to that show the default volume bars.
This is VAC Default. If you need to see the crosses on your chart and not on the volume bars please go to my VAC Chart Indicator.
Fast Volume Period always has to be...
• Zig Zag indicator plots points on the chart whenever prices reverse
by a percentage greater than a pre-chosen variable.
• Forecasts area based on zigzag statistics.
• Displays labels with detected patterns.
• Displays slope information rate of price, time diferentials and angle(experimental)
The Hull Moving Average (HMA), developed by Alan Hull, is an extremely fast and smooth moving average. In fact, the HMA almost eliminates lag altogether and manages to improve smoothing at the same time. The Hull Moving Average solves the dilemma of making a moving average more responsive to current price activity whilst maintaining curve smoothness. (hoping in...
Uses daily average ranges of 5 and 10 (most used) as buy (support) and highs (resistance) areas - half ranges used in calculations for a more accurate "forecast" of the H and L . Uses open but not close, so it does not repaint - experimental
Ichimoku_cloud + Daily-Candle_cross(DT) + HuLL-MovingAverage_cross + MacD
any timeframe, all indicators settings adjustable for fine tuning to pair/timeframe
Target Point and Stop Loss settings
set SL low to reduce repaint
Everyone wants a short-term, fast trading trend that works without large
losses. That combination does not exist. But it is possible to have fast
trading trends in which one must get in or out of the market quickly, but
these have the distinct disadvantage of being whipsawed by market noise
when the market is volatile in a sideways trending...
Ignore the other one (it contains some errors).
On this FRAMA you can play with length, SC and FC.
Just read on below links to understand more about this super useful moving average:
Inspired by truly greatful Kivanç Ozbilgic (www.tradingview.com).
The strategy tries to combined three different moving average strategies into one.
Strategies covered are:
1. Tillson T3 Moving Average Strategy
Developed by Tim Tillson, the T3 Moving Average is considered superior to traditional moving averages as it is smoother,...
No, it's not a new saturation plugin for your fruity loops.
These are Mean Average Deviations calculated from Harmonic Mean.
In my previous research I tried to develop "Harmonic Average Deviations", since applying stdevs on Harmonic Mean calculated from reciprocals ain't make sense. Din't work out, prolly cuz by definition stdevs doesn't like negatives. So...
This is an experimental study using z scores of multiple sampling periods to analyze price trends.
Z score measures the number of standard deviations price is from its mean.
In this study, z scores are calculated over a Fibonacci sequence of sampling periods from 3 to 4181.
The scores are then averaged with equal weighting, resulting in a display of long term...
I'm publishing it for research purposes & welcome any ideas and/or explanations whether it's actually possible or nah to do what I'm doing right now.
Idea is simple - if we can do Harmonic Mean, can we do Harmonic Standard Deviations? It should be the same logic, the only difference is instead of actual datapoints we gotta use reciprocals.
In reality I've...
RSI Ribbon + Candle
By Ricardo Santos and JR
In this chart rendering we are combining RSI and Moving Averages. For an added features we included colors to the candles and ribbons. Lime and green displays a strong bullish trend, yellow is caution or no trade, red and maroon are bearish trends. You can also find divergences using the ribbon.