How This Script Works:
1. This script calculate the probability of price reaching a user-defined price level within one candle with the help Normal Distribution Probability Table.
2. Normal Distribution Probability Table is use for calculating probability of events, it's very powerful for calculation of probability and this script is fully based on that...
How The Script Works :
1. This script calculate the average movement of the price in a user defined custom session and plot the data in a table from on top left corner of the chart.
2. The script takes highest and lowest value of that custom session and store their difference into an array.
3. Then the script average the array thus gets the average price.
Releasing the Quadratic/Linear Time Series regression indicator.
About the indicator:
Most of you will be familiar with the conventional linear regression trend boxes (see below):
This is an awesome feature in Tradingview and there are quite a few indicators that follow this same principle.
However, because of the exponential and cyclical...
This indicator displays the area under the U.S. Treasury Securities yield curve.
If you compare this to SP:SPX , you'll see that there are large periods where they are inversely related. Other times, they track together. When the move together, watch out for the expected and eventual divergence.
By default, this indicator will show up in a separate pane. If you...
The indicator tracks and reports the percentage of occurrence of daily tops and bottoms by the time of the day.
At certain times during the trading day, the market reverses and marks the high or low of the day. Tops and bottoms are vital when entering a trade, as they will decide if you are catching the train or being straight offside....
This is a derived version of my previous work, Auto Fibonacci Retracement Levels drawing tool:
This tool aims to draw auto Fibo Retracement Levels on desired indicators.
Users can define the target indicator to draw Auto Fibo Lines on the "settings tab":
RSI : Relative Strength Index
CCI : Commodity Channel Index
MFI : Money Flow Index
This script “Monte Carlo Simulation - Your Strategy” uses Monte Carlo simulations for your inputted strategy returns or the asset on your chart!
Monte Carlo Simulation: Performs Monte Carlo simulation to generate multiple future paths.
Asset Price or Strategy: Can simulate either future asset prices based on historical log returns or a...
Xeeder - US Government Bonds Analysis (USBA)
The "Xeeder - US Government Bonds Analysis" (USBA) is a comprehensive tool designed to assist traders in analyzing the spread, historical volatility, and correlation between two different U.S. Government Bonds. This indicator is crucial for understanding the relative performance and risk factors between two bond...
Seasonal trend in terms of stocks refers to typical and recurring patterns in stock prices that happen at a specific time of the year. There are many theories and beliefs regarding seasonal trends in the financial markets, and some traders use these patterns to guide their investment decisions.
This indicator calculates the trend by "Daily" logarithmic returns of...
This is SPTS.
It stands for Statistical Package for the Trading Sciences.
Its a play on SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) by IBM (software that, prior to Pinescript, I would use on a daily basis for trading).
Let's preface this indicator first:
This isn't so much an indicator as it is a project. A passion project really.
This has been in...
Measuring correlations based on log returns, rather than raw prices or simple returns, offers several advantages:
- stationarity: Log returns are more stationary, resulting in more meaningful and reliable results
- volatility: Log returns give a consistent measure of relative changes of assets with different volatility
Log returns are time-additive and often...
K's Reversal Indicator III is based on the concept of autocorrelation of returns. The main theory is that extreme autocorrelation (trending) that coincide with a technical signals such as one from the RSI, may result in a powerful short-term signal that can be exploited.
The indicator is calculated as follows:
1. Calculate the price differential (returns) as the...
The Position Cost Distribution indicator (also known as the Market Position Overview, Chip Distribution, or CYQ Algorithm) provides an estimate of how shares are distributed across different price levels. Visually, it resembles the Volume Profile indicator, though they rely on distinct computational approaches.
The Position Cost Distribution...
Lyapunov exponents are mathematical measures used to describe the behavior of a system over
time. They are named after Russian mathematician Alexei Lyapunov, who first introduced the concept in the
late 19th century. The exponent is defined as the rate at which a particular function or variable changes
over time, and can be...
Median of Means (MoM) is a measure of central tendency like mean (average) and median. However, it could be a better and robust estimator of central tendency when the data is not normal, asymmetric, have fat tails (like stock price data) and have outliers. The MoM can be used as a robust trend following tool and in other derived indicators.
Median of means (MoM)...
This is the Cumulative Distribution of a Dataset indicator that also calculates the Kurtosis and Skewness for a selected dataset and determines the normality and distribution type.
What it does, in pragmatic terms?
In the most simplest terms, it calculates the cumulative distribution function (or CDF) of user-defined dataset.
The cumulative distribution...
Hey there! I've been diving into the book "Paul Wilmott on Quantitative Finance," and I stumbled upon this cool model for calculating and modeling returns. Basically, it helps us figure out how much a price has changed over a set number of periods—I like to use 20 periods as a default. Once we get that rate of change value, we crunch some numbers to find the...
PNR filter uses the "percentile nearest rank" method to produce signals from any source including oscillator indicators and price bars.
* Length - how many candles back in time to use for calculating PNR
* % low and high - what range of the spread of values captured will form the PNR band. Use 99&100 to create a band on the 1% highest percentile or 0&1...