FRAMA: blue line, SC = 252, FC = 40, length = 252
EMA: orange line, length = 50
FRAMA seems to be the evolution of the current and much-used EMA. The basic strategy is simple: long if the price crosses up the line, short or exit if vice versa.
The main difference between EMA and FRAMA is that the first one seems to lag much more than the first...
I was reading Jesse Stine's Insider Buy Superstocks book, and one of the technical traits he mentioned of a superstock (read the book, seriously, very strongly recommended) was a breakout above the 30 weekly moving average. He goes on to mention that after breakout, the 10 WMA often acts as a support line where you can add to your position. This script is inspired...
This is a deviation scaled moving average original designed by John Ehlers. It is a new adaptive moving average that has the ability to rapidly adapt to volatility in price movement with minimal lag. Because it is so smooth and adapts to the volatility of the market it is by far a really great tool for spotting trend changes
Magic Moving Averages! is an indicator that comes standard in many forex trading platforms, and now on Tradingview designed for comfortable readability! It incorporates a series of simple moving averages plotted together with increasing periods. Finding a good trade with this is easily found with a set of rules. I took a course with Alex du Plooy on these rules...
This indicator takes the SMA of the current 1 hour chart and the 15 minute chart of the current symbol.
When the close is below the SMA it shows a red line, when it is above it shows a green line.
When both are red, its in a down trend (Short).
When both lines are green, its in an uptrend (Long).
You can change the SMA in the settings.
double ma system built into candle sticks,
wick, above body shows true high, under true low.
the body symbolizes the double ma's, colors for expansion/contraction of the ma's.
optional: can hide true close point(black dots)
good usage with rsi candles:
This EMA allows you to specify a time-frame for the price used to calculate the moving average. For example, you can create 1 hour EMAs on your 5 minute chart.
NOTE: This indicator only works on intraday charts. The time-frame specified for the indicator must be greater than or equal to the time-frame of the chart.