Market Direction Indicator (MDI), by Donald Lambert, is an extension of simple moving average cross over systems. Series of price cross over points are determined to derive MDI.
Note that the short/long lengths will differ between instruments. They need to be tuned properly.
I have added an option to specify a "cutoff" parameter. When MDI is in the cutoff zone...
This indicator is a composite of MACD and Z-Score (requested by @ChartAt). The general idea is that counter-trend component of the Z-score is used to adjust/improve the trend component of the MACD. The advantage is that it is a more accurate and “assumption-free” and can more accurately describe how a market or stock actually works in a given time frame.
This script is for custom candles based on an HMA calculation with a default period of 10 as well as an SMA of the close price, defaulted to 1 period to only show the current price. The purpose of the custom candles is to try and reduce noise from candles and help identify trends. These custom candles somewhat resemble Heikin-Ashi candles in their...
Bored of Ehlers yet? :) I still have plenty of Ehlers in my collection, was thinking of publishing one of his Fishers or Adaptive RVI next, but @ChartArt requested Smoothed Adaptive Momentum (SAM), so here we go...
This is my 200th script (not including the variations and other custom scripts I shared over PM). My complete list of indicators here -...
This is a modified version of a public Amibroker indicator, called Firefly.
I disabled the additional smoothing (you can enable it via options page) and updated the visual rendering (simple 3D look, histo, bar colors et al). Also, have added an option to show enclosing BB.
You can trade this like any other oscillator -- 80/20 OB/OS levels, divergences,...
***** NOTE: You may see all GREEN circles (it is due to a recent TV update). To work around this issue, change the "Circles" to "Cross" via Format -> Style *****
Market Facilitation Index, by Bill Williams, plots the effectiveness of price movement by computing the price movement per volume unit.
4 possible combinations of MFIndex and Volume are:
Developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan, the McClellan Oscillator is a breadth indicator derived from Net Advances, the number of advancing issues less the number of declining issues. Subtracting the 39-day exponential moving average of Net Advances from the 19-day exponential moving average of Net Advances forms the oscillator.
As the formula reveals, the...
I am a big fan of Constance Brown. Her book "Technical Analysis for Trading Professionals" is an absolute classic (get the 2nd edition).
I have included here 2 of the indicators she uses in all her charts.
This is a formula Ms Brown developed (Cardwell may not agree!) to identify divergence failures with...
1 - Quick introduction
This script is to demonstrate a proof-of-concept - showing you again what you thought wasn't possible might become (with some tricks) in the realm of possibles !!!.
I get requests for people who want a custom screener because the native TradingView Stocks/Forex/Crypto screeners don't allow to plug external...
Smoothing methods have lag, and since MACD makes use of moving averages, it usually lags behind price. You cannot eliminate lag completely, but one way of working around this is by adding a component of the price/MA difference back to MA. This technique is called Zero-lag (well, almost). "MACD Leader" makes use of this to form a leading signal to MACD.
Volume-Weighted MACD Histogram
Volume-Weighted MACD Histogram, first discussed by Buff Dormeier, is a modified version of MACD study. It calculates volume-averaged Close price for finding the histogram.
As part of my "Ehler's Indicators week", here's one more.
CG Oscillator, by John Ehlers, provides a smoothed, essentially zero lag oscillator for identifying market turning points. The "CG" in the name of the oscillator refers to "Center Of Gravity" of the prices over the window of observation.
Entry/Exit are based on the osc/signal crossovers. Enabling the...
This was a follower suggested script. This script shows an example of how to create a custom alert message using the alertcondition() function in pine.
- Well documented code with links to documentation for specific functions.
- Two alertconditions in a different order than the plots they reference to show the importance of plot IDs.
In order to...
Volatility Quality Index (VQI), by Thomas Stridsman, points out the difference between bad and good volatility in order to identify better trade opportunities in the market.
This plots 3 lines:
- Red line is the VQI (actually, sum of VQI).
- Green line is the 9-period SMA of sum_of_VQI.
- Orange line is the 200-period SMA of sum_of_VQI.
Stridsman suggested to...
To apply your indicator with screener , please modify the section which i mention "Start your indicator pine script" & "End your indicator pine script"
At the pinescript section you will able to change the ticket symbol .
I only able to show screener result with 10 item in 1 times . To view more result, please go to setting and change stock list ...
Another famous Ehlers indicator.
This is the adaptive version of Ehlers' Cyber Cycle (CC) (already published, check "More info" below). Idea behind making something "adaptive" is to calculate it using dynamic cycle period inputs instead of static setting. In adaptive cyber cycle, Ehlers uses the dominant cycle period as the length in computation of...
Edgar Kraut proposed this simple colored volume bars strategy for swing trading.
This is how the colors are determined:
- If today’s closing price and volume are greater than 'n' days ago, color today’s volume bar green.
- If today’s closing price is greater than 'n' days ago but volume is not, color today’s volume bar blue.
- Similarly, if today’s closing...
CCT StochRSI, proposed by Steve Karnish of Cedar Creek Trading, reconfigures classic StochRSI using custom parameters and smoothing.
There are 6 types supported.
(rsi - lowest(rsi, x)) / (highest(rsi, y) - lowest(rsi, z)) * 100
ema(common formula result, len)
Settings (values for x/y/z/len in the above formulae):