Average Directional Movement Index
Momentum based tool to measure trend strength on scale of 1-100
Similar to the aroon but incorporates a 3rd measure, while aroon uses two
The majority of these calculations were pre-existing in older pine scripts but have since been updated
signals are given when -DI and +DI cross, ADX illustrates corresponding...
A simple indicator of trend by using 3 EMAs of multiplies of 2, 5 and 10, filtered by standard positive/negative directional movements (DM) which are the base of Average Directional Index (ADX).
The "Trend Strength" option is included to set the EMA multipliers and also the variation between DM+ and DM- which interpret the trend as a weak or a strong one.
Alright - so this is my own version of John Carter's "10x Bars"... I have done multiple things that are different from his version so they are slightly different..
So first of all the main indicator is based off of the ADX and the DMI;
For those who aren't familiar with it, Directional Movement is what you'd pull up under "built-in's" from the indicators tab...
Average Directional Index is a way to determine trend strength (and whether there is a trend). One of the caveats is when you have trendless conditions on a higher timeframe. You can get whipsaw conditions on the current timeframe in that case.
The purpose of this script is to put ADX into the context of a higher degree trend on a single indicator.
I decided to make this formerly invite only script public (you can find the invite only version here
If you are part of the invite only you don't need to change scripts. I will push improvements first on the invite only script but in time it will come to this version as well.
I would love to know your ideas...
Mashed together Chris Moody's ADX thing with his DMI thing.
So you can see trend strength + direction
green-ish = uptrend-ish//red-ish = downtrend-ish
Colors can be adjusted though.
below 10 = gray, not much going on
10 - 20 = light green/light red, could be the beginning o something
20 - 40 = bright green / bright red, something is going on
above 40 = dark...
Directional Movement Oscillator is simply the difference of Di+ and Di- which helps traders to see the crosses of BUY/SELL signals more effectively.
Di+ crosses above Di- when indicator crosses above 0 which can be considered as a BUY signal.
and conversely Di+ crosses below Di- when indicator crosses below 0 which can be considered as a SELL...
This is combo strategies for get a cumulative signal.
This System was created from the Book "How I Tripled My Money In The
Futures Market" by Ulf Jensen, Page 183. This is reverse type of strategies.
The strategy buys at market, if close price is higher than the previous close
during 2 days and the meaning of 9-days Stochastic Slow...
This is a trend-following indicator which condenses two SuperTrend indicators -- one based on analysis over a shorter period of time (1.5, 7), and one based on analysis over a longer period of time (1.65, 100) -- into a single indicator which appears on your chart only when both the shorter- and longer-term analysis indicates a "SuperTrend" in the same...
Edit of the popular script by @TraderR0BERT
- horizontal colored areas, indication weak/medium/strong trend
- vertical bars, signaling trend/momentum changes
- DI+ vs DI- contraction/expansion histogram (to measure the DI volatility)
This strategy takes the ADX Indicator I wrote and applies it to a strategy for back testing purposes.
I've also applied a date filter so you can back test specific date ranges and a moving average filter so you can choose whether to filter your longs/shorts based on a moving average.
This indicator plots Dynamic Momentum Index indicator. The Dynamic Momentum
Index (DMI) was developed by Tushar Chande and Stanley Kroll. The indicator
is covered in detail in their book The New Technical Trader.
The DMI is identical to Welles Wilder`s Relative Strength Index except the
number of periods is variable rather than fixed. The...
A handy all-in-one package for DMI and ADX
Color-coordinated line for DMI with an EMA and histogram to gauge momentum, mark potential reversals, and quickly gather all the information you need to make your decisions.
- Color of the ADX line indicates the current trend
- An ADX below the EMA indicates a potentially falling/reversing trend
There is a nice writeup about a system that uses DMISTO here, which includes decent statistics:
I have not yet done any back testing on the system as a whole myself, but thought the DMISTO was an interesting indicator, so ported it over for those who might want to play...