The Triple Dragon System is a technical trading strategy that uses a combination of three different indicators to identify potential buy and sell signals in the market. The three indicators used in this strategy are the Extended Price Volume Trend (EPVT), the Donchian Channels, and the Parabolic SAR. Each of these indicators provides different types of information...
The Extended Price Volume Trend (EPVT) is a technical indicator that is used to identify potential trend changes and measure the strength of a trend. In this strategy, we combine the EPVT with other indicators to create a trading system that aims to capture trend reversals and momentum shifts.
The EPVT indicator is calculated by taking the cumulative volume and...
This is a library of 'Volume Indicators'.
It aims to facilitate the grouping of this category of indicators, and also offer the customized supply of the source, not being restricted to just the closing price.
1. Volume Moving Average (VMA):
Moving average of volume. Identify trends in trading volume.
2. Money Flow...
I have always fighted to understand the market direction because it looks different on different timeframes.
I wanted an indicator where I can see all the different timeframes at once.
This indicator shows already existing oscillators but not only in the current chart's timeframe, but all the most important higer timeframes at once.
I have started with the...
This script tries to draw OBV for BankNifty using Futures Volume along with Average OBV. For Nifty50 just change the Futures Volume symbol in settings. Look at devations in Price vs OBV or Average OBV breakout.
note* If you've used my "+ Rate of Change Indicator", I am updating that without the OBV, which has been moved here. Just an FYI.
This "indicator" is basically a variety of indicators that measure volume, or accumulation/distribution. There's a bit of a story about how this came about but
it's not that interesting, so I'll spare you.
Indicators from which you...
The volume price trend indicator is used to determine the balance between a security’s demand and supply. The percentage change in the share price trend shows the relative supply or demand of a particular security, while volume indicates the force behind the trend. The VPT indicator is similar to the on-balance volume (OBV) indicator in that it measures cumulative...
This is a script based on PVT + Signal Line, which can be EMA or SMA. It then plots a histogram which is equal to PVT - Signal. This makes it easier to spot divergences.
To better match up the scales, we decided to add a multiplication factor to the histogram. Each asset and even timeframe requires a different multiplication factor, so please experiment to find...
CVO: Cumulative Volume Oscillator allows you to choose between 3 types of oscillators based on volume indicators:
-OBV (On Balance Volume)
-CVD (Cumulative Volume Delta)
-PVT (Price Volume Trend)
Being a volume based oscillator this indicator allows for the detection of divergences between price action and volume, ideal for predicting reversals.
As an oscillator...
Volume Zone Oscillator (VZO) is an indicator that presents a different way of looking at OBV.
VZO is a difference (delta) between OBV and an exponential moving average.
The EMA becomes the baseline 0.
And in this way we can observe the strength of the movements, overbought and oversold (when the OBV is far from the average) and divergences.
Multiple volume oscillators in one.
As Warren Guppet once said, be “fearful when others are buying less, and greedy when others are selling less.”
Divergences are the main point of usage of all bundled indicators.
OBV Oscillator, remade. The formula has been changed to smooth out the way OBV is calculated during a trending move
This is the non-accumulating portion of the price-volume trend (PVT)--the amount by which PVT would change each bar--which I have turned into a zero-centered oscillator. The plot is a 9-day EMA of the PVT change, multiplied by 1000 for readability, with lime/red corresponding to whether the actual PVT increased or decreased for that bar.
As always, the length of...