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...
In this strategy, 15 indicators are used, each giving its results as a numerical value, which then is added or subtracted from the total points, gathered from all 15 indicators.
Many thanks to RafaelZioni for his great work making the EasySys1 script which i modified to create this script.
Onchart is drawn some of the indicators, but not all, a info panel is...
This is a remake of the famous LazyBear Indicator, the Squeeze Momentum Indicator.
All i did was take out the SMA's and replace them with HMA's. HMA is a more responsive moving average.
Hull Moving Average.
This is a derivative of John Carter's "TTM Squeeze" volatility indicator, as discussed in his book "Mastering the Trade" (chapter 11).
Black crosses on the...
Hull Moving Average Strategy
2 X HMA's,
1st HMA on current price (recommended source OPEN)
2nd HMA on previous candle. signal on crossover.
Buy and Sell signals on chart, red & green view pane (Green Buy, Red Sell)
Can work on Forex if change equity currency and SL and TP etc
This example tuned for ETH/BTC
Enters on HMA (Hull Moving Average) and D1 (Daily Candle) crossovers, Exits basket when profit = TP (Target Profit)
Has Commission and slippage added, test equity at 1 BTC lotsize set too 1% of equity for each order
double hull moving average crossover
hull moving average / volume weighted moving average crossover
Red dot = SELL
Green dot = BUY
Longest MA color change to green = BUY
Longest MA color change to red = SELL