Cosine Kernel Regressions [QuantraSystems]Cosine Kernel Regressions
Introduction
The Cosine Kernel Regressions indicator (CKR) uses mathematical concepts to offer a unique approach to market analysis. This indicator employs Kernel Regressions using bespoke tunable Cosine functions in order to smoothly interpret a variety of market data, providing traders with incredibly clean insights into market trends.
The CKR is particularly useful for traders looking to understand underlying trends without the 'noise' typical in raw price movements. It can serve as a standalone trend analysis tool or be combined with other indicators for more robust trading strategies.
Legend
Fast Trend Signal Line - This is the foreground oscillator, it is colored upon the earliest confirmation of a change in trend direction.
Slow Trend Signal Line - This oscillator is calculated in a similar manner. However, it utilizes a lower frequency within the cosine tuning function, allowing it to capture longer and broader trends in one signal. This allows for tactical trading; the user can trade smaller moves without losing sight of the broader trend.
Case Study
In this case study, the CKR was used alongside the Triple Confirmation Kernel Regression Oscillator (KRO)
Initially, the KRO indicated an oversold condition, which could be interpreted as a signal to enter a long position in anticipation of a price rebound. However, the CKR’s fast trend signal line had not yet confirmed a positive trend direction - suggesting that entering a trade too early and without confirmation could be a mistake.
Waiting for a confirmed positive trend from the CKR proved beneficial for this trade. A few candles after the oversold signal, the CKR's fast trend signal line shifted upwards, indicating a strong upward momentum. This was the optimal entry point suggested by the CKR, occurring after the confirmation of the trend change, which significantly reduced the likelihood of entering during a false recovery or continuation of the downtrend.
This is one of the many uses of the CKR - by timing entries using the fast signal line , traders could avoid unnecessary losses by preventing premature entries.
Methodology
The methodology behind CKR is a multi-layered approach and utilizes many ‘base’ indicators.
Relative Strength Index
Stochastic Oscillator
Bollinger Band Percent
Chande Momentum Oscillator
Commodity Channel Index
Fisher Transform
Volume Zone Oscillator
The calculated output from each indicator is standardized and scaled before being averaged. This prevents any single indicator from overpowering the resulting signal.
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// ║ Scaling/Range Adjustment ║ //
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RSI_ReScale (_res ) => ( _res - 50 ) * 2.8
STOCH_ReScale (_stoch ) => ( _stoch - 50 ) * 2
BBPCT_ReScale (_bbpct ) => ( _bbpct - 0.5 ) * 120
CMO_ReScale (_chandeMO ) => ( _chandeMO * 1.15 )
CCI_ReScale (_cci ) => ( _cci / 2 )
FISH_ReScale (_fish1 ) => ( _fish1 * 30 )
VZO_ReScale (_VP, _TV ) => (_VP / _TV) * 110
These outputs are then fed into a customized cosine kernel regression function, which smooths the data, and combines all inputs into a single coherent output.
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// ║ COSINE KERNEL REGRESSIONS ║ //
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// Define a function to compute the cosine of an input scaled by a frequency tuner
cosine(x, z) =>
// Where x = source input
// y = function output
// z = frequency tuner
var y = 0.
y := math.cos(z * x)
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// Define a kernel that utilizes the cosine function
kernel(x, z) =>
var y = 0.
y := cosine(x, z)
math.abs(x) <= math.pi/(2 * z) ? math.abs(y) : 0. // cos(zx) = 0
// The above restricts the wave to positive values // when x = π / 2z
The tuning of the regression is adjustable, allowing users to fine-tune the sensitivity and responsiveness of the indicator to match specific trading strategies or market conditions. This robust methodology ensures that CKR provides a reliable and adaptable tool for market analysis.

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Buying and Selling Pressure Raw Multi (TG Fork)Visualize raw buying and selling pressure via 3 different calculation methods, all superimposed with dynamic rescaling.
Buying and selling pressure is the concept of quantifying the disproportion between buying and selling. In practice, there is no single definitive way to calculate it.
This indicator is a merge to display three different methods to calculate buying and selling pressure, with automatic visual rescaling to superimpose the three simultaneously, updated to PineScript v5, and with some additional improvements for speed and calculation precisions, and instead of the EMA, other types of moving averages can be used.
I primarily made it for my own needs, but as always, I like sharing with the community, as maybe others may find this useful too.
How to use:
* As often, the goal is to get as many of the 3 signals concur together to get a stronger aggregated signal.
* First signal: If the green bars on the histogram are bigger than the red ones, then there is more buying pressure, and vice versa.
* Second signal: If the background is green, there is more buying pressure, and vice versa if the background is orange. The yellow and green lines define the background color, but they are by default hidden for a less cluttered visual experience.
* Third signal: If the cloud is blue, there is more buying pressure, and the bigger the cloud, the more momentum there is for it to stay (and more difficult it is to reverse to selling pressure). If the cloud is red, there is more selling pressure.
If you like this indicator, please don't give me any credit, instead please show some love to the original authors (in no particular order):
ceyhun:
daytraderph (I could not find the link to the original script, the page is inaccessible?):
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Multi indicators tableThis is a comprehensive trading tool that presents an overview of the market in a tabular format. It consists of five distinct categories of trading indicators : Volatility, Trend, Momentum, Reversal, and Volume. Each category includes a series of indicators that are widely used in the trading communauty.
The Volatility category includes the Average True Range (ATR) and Bollinger Bands indicators. The Trend category comprises the Average Directional Index (ADX), four Exponential Moving Averages (EMAs), Aroon, Parabolic SAR, and the Supertrend. The Momentum category includes the Stochastic Relative Strength Index (StochRSI), Money Flow Index (MFI), Williams %R, Relative Strength Index (RSI), and Commodity Channel Index (CCI). The Reversal category includes Parabolic SAR, Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD), and PP Supertrend. Finally, the Volume category includes the Volume Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator.
The indicators states are easily readable, the indicator case is colored based on his actual state. A bullish color (green by default), a bearish color (red by default),
a very bullish color (dark green by default), a very bearish color (dark red by default) and a neutral color (gray by default) displayed when the indicator doesn't give us a clear signal. Some indicators do not have a very bullish or very bearish state. Concerning volatility indicators, the bullish color indicates high volatility, the bearish color indicates low volatility, and the neutral color indicates normal volatility.
Most of the indicators displayed in the table are customizable, and traders can choose to hide the categories they don't want to use. The Indicator provides a quick and easily readable view on the market and allows traders to reduce the number of indicators on their chart making it lighter and more readable.

Eclub Multi IndicatorThis multi Indicator includes:
3 Moving Averages
2 Exponential Moving Averages
Bollinger Band
Ichimoku
Parabolic SAR
You can change the colors if you want. Go to setting to enable Ichimoku or SAR or disable others.
The color tolerance is by default zero which results in a very sensitive color change. You can change it to decrease the sensitivity. The value should be the last decimal of the price or the last two decimals of price etc.
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MultiIndicatorThis is just a bunch of useful funtions and
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