This script is for custom candles based on an HMA calculation with a default period of 10 as well as an SMA of the close price, defaulted to 1 period to only show the current price. The purpose of the custom candles is to try and reduce noise from candles and help identify trends. These custom candles somewhat resemble Heikin-Ashi candles in their...
This is a collection of moving averages.
Thanks to everget and other pinecoders to pubblish their codes in tradingview.
I just collect a lot of moving averages in one script and transform them in stand alone functions, so you can copy and paste in your script the MA that best fit your needs.
Furthermore, the chart shows which moving average has more smooth and...
The idea for this script came when I studied how the Hull moving average should be used in trading, where I saw someone who used two HMA's, a longer and a shorter one, in a system in which he only placed an order if these agree on direction. This way he could pause trading when there is no direction (sideways movement). I look for a way to analyse range extensions...
This indicator will show the swing high and lows for the number of bars back. It's very easy to use and shows good support and resistance levels.
I then took it a step further and added a moving average with all the standard types in my indicators:
I then added Bollinger Bands to show...
Hull is its extremely responsive and smooth moving average created by Alan Hull in 2005.
Minimal lag and smooth curves made HMA extremely popular TA tool.
Script was made to regroup multiple hull variants in one indicator,maintaining flexible customization and intuitive visualization
Option to chose between 3 Hull...
This is TSI and CCI combined. The CCI is customized and is using HullMA, but the TSI is default TSI
For use with the HMAv420 indicator, to form trading strategy based on the 3 indicators.
Best as all 3 indicators used on 3 timeframes at once, ie 1m 5m 1H
Here we are using Hull Moving Average crossovers as an experiment in trend detection.
The Hull Moving Average (HMA) is an extremely fast and smooth moving average.
Credit to alexgrover & RicardoSantos:
THIS IS A COMBINATION OF TWO HULL MOVING AVERAGE LINES
-ONE WITH LONGER PERIOD
-OTHER WITH SHORTER PERIOD TO INDICATE BUY/SELL SIGNALS
AS THE KNOWN GENERAL RULE;
IT WOULD BE A BUY SIGNAL WHEN SHORTER(BLUE LINE) HULL CROSSES ABOVE LONGER (RED LINE) ONE
AND CONVERSELY A SELL SIGNAL WHEN LONGER HULL CROSSES ABOVE SHORTER ONE
THIS STUFF IS USEFUL FOR USERS...
This is Keltner Channelz (KC) with Zero Lag Moving Average (ZLMA as base). It is smoother and has less lag than the original (EMA/SMA) variant.
It also can be used as a trend indicator and trend confirmation indicator. The upper and lower bands are green if it is an up trend, and red if a down trend. If both have the same color it is a stronger trend.
The Hull moving average (HMA) developed by Alan Hull is one of the many moving averages that aim to reduce lag while providing effective smoothing. The HMA make use of 3 linearly weighted (WMA) moving averages, with respective periods p/2 , p and √p , this involve three convolutions, which affect computation time, a more efficient version exist...
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...
fast HMA • slow HMA • Dispersion Zone| background color's
Background colors: Red, Green and Yellow. Default transperent = 5%
• Green background: fast HMA above the dispersion zone
• Red background: fast HMA below the dispersion zone
• Yellow background: fast HMA inside the Dispersion Zone
# Alerts only for cross Yellow to Green and Yellow to...
This script is a crossing of eleven different MA, with alerts and SL and TP.
The simplest is what works best.
SMA --> Simple
EMA --> Exponential
WMA --> Weighted
VWMA --> Volume Weighted
SMMA --> Smoothed
DEMA --> Double Exponential
TEMA --> Triple Exponential
HMA --> Hull
TMA --> Triangular
SSMA --> SuperSmoother filter
ZEMA --> Zero Lag Exponential