To save space on a chart's maximum indicator count, this single indicator includes:
- Three Hull Moving Averages, Defaulted to 13, 26, and 55 Periods.
- Customizable Time-Frame for Each HMA.
- Customizable Triple Weighted MA Smoothing for Jagged Lines from Higher Time-Frame
- Alert Conditions for Price Cross Over/Under the HMAs.
I developed the original as an experiment to potentially replace or augment my BB and RSI based strategies. After some back-testing I could see some really interesting results but it wasn't quite where I wanted it, so after some tweaking and further back-testing, and adding in more MA options, here we are. Mostly tested on 1h and greater time-frames using...
This study make use of Hull Moving Average and Bollinger Bands.
The crosses give signal about HMA and BB crossovers, they are a bit lagging, if you stare well you will spot them a little earlier. It look like a good idea to buy and sell when HMA is near or on the outside of the outer bands.
By default the Bollinger Bands uses Simple Moving Average with 21...
In Alan Hull's books he talks about his 'range indicator' which is the HMA and ATR to give buy / hold / sell signals.
It is the HMA with the ATR SL with the Trend and (ATR multiplier * Period) + HMA for the TP (upper range)
7 moving averages in 1 indicator, including the Hull Moving Average.
I've updated with some graphics that print at the top of the chart (you can change color and placement on the indicator settings page)
All 7 MAs Up - Green and up triangle
All 7 MAs Down - Red and down triangle
4, 5 or 6 MAs Up - Dark green and a square
4, 5 or 6 MAs Down - Maroon and a...
In Alan's books he talks about his 'range indicator' which is the HMA and ATR to give buy / hold / sell signals. This is my version as he doesnt give the formula.
It is the HMA with the ATR added and subtracted and plotted above & below the HMA to create a range.
According to Alan's terminology: HMA = Central Cord, SL = Lower deviation, TP = Upper deviation
This indicator based on non repaint HULL 720 min and dema MTF
i suugest to keep the Dema MTF on the time frame of your graph
using the HULL 720 min we can see how the signal of DEMA and the crossing of the hull 720 either by DEMA or by the candels
this enable us to detect trends more easy
From Investopedia "The Price Rate of Change (ROC) is a momentum-based technical indicator that measures the percentage change in price between the current price and the price a certain number of periods ago.
The ROC indicator is plotted against zero, with the indicator moving upwards into positive territory if price changes are to the upside, and moving into...