This indicator is inspired by traditional statistical histograms. It will return the number of occurrences of price falling within each interval (bins) of the linear regression channel. This can be useful to highlight zones of interest within a trend.
Length: Number of recent closing prices used for the computation of the linear regression.
This strategy is inspired by a youtuber called Joel on Crypto. He trades this using Ema, MACD indicators and his own experience. For more information, check out his Best Crypto Scalping Strategy for the 5 Min Time Frame video. I have tried to automate this a little.
Long or Short trades are determined with a crossing of the fast Ema over the slow Ema for Long and...
This script is an enhanced version of the Relative Strength Index (RSI).
Moving average (EMA, SMA, RMA, VWMA)
Smoothness (EMA, SMA, RMA, VWMA)
Divergences (regular and hidden)
This section contains the configuration of the RSI.
Length : Number of look-back bars to calculate the RSI
Source : Data used to...
The Peak Activity Levels indicator displays support and resistance levels from prices accompanied by significant volume. The indicator includes a histogram returning the frequency of closing prices falling between two parallel levels, each bin shows the number of bullish candles within the levels.
Length: Lookback for the detection of volume...
Oscillators are widely used in technical analysis and can return a large amount of information to the trader depending on their design. It is common to use oscillators to detect divergences with the price, divergences occur when the tops/bottoms made by the oscillator and price are negatively correlated.
The following oscillator is based on the momentum of a...
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) , developed by J. Welles Wilder, is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements.
• Traditionally the RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and may be primed for a trend reversal or corrective pullback in price, and oversold or undervalued condition when below 30. During strong trends, the RSI...
The Fear And Greed Indicator is a very popular indicator on the Bloomberg platform and since I didn't have actual source code to work with, this is a very close approximation of that indicator. Let me know if you spot any discrepancies with the original and I will do my best to fix them.
For buy and sell signals it is pretty straightforward. Just buy when the...
An interesting implementation of mine to measure an asset changes based on asset price velocity and volume velocity. The indicator acts as asset value calculator. Long and Short.
==Points System Rules==
If Current Close is higher than previous Close and Current Volume is bigger than previous Volume: Adds Close Points and Volume Points
Creates a Histogram for Statistical Analysis of any source.
Sample Source: Select your source here, can be any numerical source.
Sample Period: Sample size for Mean and Standard Deviation Calculations.
Enable Cumulative Mode: Will attempt to calculate the bin for every sample in the entire dataset.
Window Period: Used only in Window Mode...
Stocks Advance/Decline Histogram indicator, which I call ADH is my own implementation that plots an histogram of the difference between the number of advancing and declining stocks on a daily basis (or higher time frame) for the NASDAQ and NYSE.
How to use it?
Green: More NYSE stocks are advancing than declining.
Red: More NYSE stocks are declining than...
The MACD is a superior derivative of moving average crossovers and was developed by Gerald Appel in 1979 as a market timing tool. MACD uses two exponential moving averages with different bar periods, which are then subtracted to form what Mr. Appel calls the Fast Line. A 9-period moving average of the fast line creates the slow...
Elliott Wave Principle , developed by Ralph Nelson Elliott, proposes that the seemingly chaotic behaviour of the different financial markets isn’t actually chaotic. In fact the markets moves in predictable, repetitive cycles or waves and can be measured and forecast using Fibonacci numbers. These waves are a result of influence on investors from outside sources...
It is possible to approximate the underlying distribution of a random variable by using what is called an "Histogram". In order to construct an histogram one must first split the data into several intervals (also called bins) often of the same size and count the number of values falling within each intervals, the histogram plot is then constructed with the X axis...
Moving Average Convergence Divergence – MACD
The most popular indicator used in technical analysis, the moving average convergence divergence (MACD), created by Gerald Appel. MACD is a trend-following momentum indicator, designed to reveal changes in the strength, direction, momentum, and duration of a trend in a financial instrument’s price
Probability Distribution Histogram
During data exploration it is often useful to plot the distribution of the data one is exploring. This indicator plots the distribution of data between different bins.
Essentially, what we do is we look at the min and max of the entire data set to determine its range. When we have the range of the data, we decide how many...
Created by request.
This study is an implementation of the Standard TRIX indicator (a momentum oscillator), shown in coloured histogram format by default, with optional Bar colouring of TRIX zero cross overs. Other options include showing TRIX as a line graph instead of histogram and an optional TRIX signal line with difference histogram (to...
Buying and Selling Smoothed with Histogram
Smoothed version with version with a red line representing the selling pressure and a green line which represents the Buying pressure.
If the green line is above the red line it would mean that the Buying pressure is more and vice versa.
The difference between the two is plotted as a Histogram. This is a cumulative...
My own interpretation indicator which i call multi time frame moving averages momentum with NO LAG EMA support (Optional).
The indicator is calculated by subtracting the long-term EMA from the short-term EMA .
This pretty much resembles the MACD moving averages calculation but without the smoothing of the histogram.
Can also be used to find divergences.