This study make use of Hull Moving Average and Bollinger Bands.
The crosses give signal about HMA and BB crossovers, they are a bit lagging, if you stare well you will spot them a little earlier. It look like a good idea to buy and sell when HMA is near or on the outside of the outer bands.
By default the Bollinger Bands uses Simple Moving Average with 21...
This script is for a triple moving average strategy where the user can select from different types of moving averages, price sources, lookback periods and resolutions.
- 3 Moving Averages with variable MA types, periods, price sources, resolutions and the ability to disable each individually
- Crossovers are plotted on the chart with detailed...
Derives a bias for BTC/USD on the daily timeframe and displays it on the chart in a configurable way. Takes price data from the CME BTC futures chart (exchange is configurable), regardless of what symbol you run it on.
Why? Because futures are said to give cleaner charts, but most traders are not trading CME futures. So you can use this indicator on whichever...
ATR with HMA experimental minimalist bot for ETHBTC .
A strategy for use by Automated Algorithm systems.
Different from normal ATR as it uses HMA for smoothing.
Example settings result shown here on chart include commission 0.5%
This indicator setup highly inspired by Donchian Channel and Hull Moving Average. Big thanks to both Richard Donchian and Alan Hull.
Back test and live test it and come to conclusion of how to use this indicator for live trading.
200 Hull Moving Average plays major role in deciding the right trades using Donchian Channel. As part of...
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
The Hull moving average (HMA) developed by Alan Hull is one of the many moving averages that aim to reduce lag while providing effective smoothing. The HMA make use of 3 linearly weighted (WMA) moving averages, with respective periods p/2 , p and √p , this involve three convolutions, which affect computation time, a more efficient version exist...
This Hull MA uses the default settings of the built-in MA. The basic idea is that we are in a buy setup when hull is below price, and a sell setup when hull is above price. The indicator is extended with slightly change in contrast when moving average is declining and it plot the ma/price crossovers: green dot when a buy setup is appearing, and red dot when a sell...
Volume smoothed by Hull Moving Average . Basic, so not much to say really.
It has a multi timeframe function, so you can for example, look at the hourly volume, on the 15 minute chart, or whichever timeframe combo you choose.
Use it to see volumes trend is increasing or decreasing
This Volume Effectiveness indicator is designed to allow users to try and identify how effective volume is on each candle, and smoothing those values over time to try to find trends.
Volume Effectiveness is the % change in price for each single unit of volume on the associated candle. The value can be positive or negative, but there is an option to just monitor...
This is Guppy MA i customized for myself based on two scripts of GMMA from JustUncleL and NeoButane.
Its features are:
1. Besides standard EMA you can chose all kinds of exotic moving average types ike ALMA (my favorite), HullMA, ZeroLag EMA, VWMA, KAMA etc...
2. Two types of coloring scheme - depends on volatility try one that's best fit.
3. Multiple sets of...
I want to give credits to @QuantNomad, i got the heikin ashi part of the script from this open script /0iKy7lyG-QuantNomad-Heikin-Ashi-PSAR-Strategy/;
and to the other guy that provided a 17 type of moving average script open source but i forgot his name, if someone remember please tell me.
My idea was to see how the different types of moving averages behaves in...
From Investopedia "The Price Rate of Change (ROC) is a momentum-based technical indicator that measures the percentage change in price between the current price and the price a certain number of periods ago.
The ROC indicator is plotted against zero, with the indicator moving upwards into positive territory if price changes are to the upside, and moving into...
2 Hull Moving Averages
Alan Hull developed Hull Moving Average in 2005 in his quest to create a moving average that is "responsive to current price activity while maintaining curve smoothness".
Hull claims that his moving average "almost eliminates lag altogether and manages to improve smoothing at the same time".