Four EMAs in one indicator. Simple and potent.
Change the colors and lengths as you see fit.
By default, comes preloaded with 21, 50, 100, and 200 EMAs for trading trending altcoins with a variety of strategies (EMA crossovers, dynamic support/resistance, trend strength analysis, breakout buys, etc.)
This script plots multiple moving averages each source based on its previous MA, all having the same length.
Simple Moving Average ( SMA ) or Exponential Moving Average ( EMA )
One adjustable look back period
Choose how many MA's to display, max. 50
One adjustable line width
It probably works best for long term views to find trends...
An implementation of the Guppy Multiple Moving Average, as originally described by Daryl Guppy.
Alert presets have been added for convenience, including
- Price enters investor group
- Price rises over investor group
- Price falls under investor group
- Trader-group rises above Investor group
- Trader-group falls below Investor group
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The code in contains a simple correlation indicator that can be used as an alternative to Tradingview’s built-in “Correlation Coefficient” indicator. The indicator allows users to correlate up to 3 separate instruments on the same subplot. This allows you, for example, to easily see the correlation of your instrument with stocks, bonds and FX. Alternatively, a...
This indicator will use a moving average to create the channel around the price. It has some settings
Here it's possible to select what the indicator will display, from the middle line to the 3rd band level.
Reversion points will appear when the price cross out the selected band
Swing back option, when active, will make the indicator display...
I don't expect to iterate any further on this script, unless any weird issue crops up.
Description and usage detailed in the comments at the top of the script. Cheers!
To repaint or not to repaint, all the relevant sources are exposed as inputs for customisation - so the choice is yours.
Hot off the press, I present this next generation "Leavitt Convolutions Multicator" employing PSv4.0, originally formulated by Jay Leavitt, Ph.D. for TASC - January 2020 Traders Tips. Basically it's an all-in-one combination of three Leavitt indicators. This triplet indicator, being less than a 60 line implementation at initial release, is a heavily modified...
This indicator shows up to twelve exponential moving average lines at once in a single indicator. Or, to put it another way, an EMA ribbon.
You can turn off individual EMAs at your discretion, showing between none and twelve at a time, and of course you can change the period lengths of each at your discretion.
The last four EMAs are green when bullish and red...