It is a long only strategy.
1. Buy when price breaks out of the upper band.
2. Exit has two options. Option 1 allows you to exit using lower band. Option 2 allows you to exit using moving average.
3. Option 1 preferred over option 2 if the instrument is highly volatile.
4. Slippage and commissions are not considered in the return calculation.
Note: Pardon for a busy chart. It really is irrelevant for this indicator. Just look at the bottom part of the chart for the indicator (SpAn).
This script is meant to add objectivity to the estimation of spread in VSA. This is best used with a similar volume indicator that measures volume in the same fashion, but a simple rule of "higher/lower than the...
Have you ever heard that each candle represents a battle between bulls (buyer) and bears (seller)? If you know the answer, apparently you understand what the price action means. What if I ask you, how much was bloody in each battle between bulls and bears?!. This indicator may give a clear picture of how to...
The indicator is based on making the standard deviation (where the mean is a moving average) a two-lines cross indicator, by applying an MA over it. When the standard deviation is above the MA, there is considered to be enough volatility in the market for trends to form.
Blue background = There is ACTION in the market -- signals it should be safe to trade
Colours for candles/bars determined by
- standard deviation of price, and also
- additional inputs to determine if the candle/bar is significant:-
1) volume more than half the average volume, or
2) net movement (up, down) same as previous candle/bar
Developed for black background, but you can adjust the colours to your liking. Best used...
With this script you can follow Bollinger Bands for current and higher time frame together. Higher time frame is calculated by script.
if current period
1m => higher period=5m
3m => higher period=5m
5m => higher period=15m
15m => higher period=1h
30m => higher period=1h
45m => higher period=1h
1h => higher period=4h
2h => higher period=4h
3h => higher...
I would like to introduce you Standard deviation zones Support & Resistance horizontals. It draws line horizontals on high and low st dev zone. The colors are dynamic depending whether price is below or above the line.
Credit is due to @Zeiierman for st dev zone calculation so shout out to him.
There are various sections in setting:
This moving average was originally developed by professor Andreas Uhl in 2005 (The paper in German: www.buero-uhl.de). Here is the guy himself: wavelab.at
The strength of the CMA is that the current value of the time series must exceed the current volatility-dependent threshold, so that the filter increases or falls,...
Support Resistance points that are calculated based on the standard deviation of the traditional pivot point(previous session's high, low and close). More often stocks tend to oscillate between 3 levels of deviation forming day's high or low. A breakout of the 3rd SR level with volume indicates a strong trend day.
Just 2 Moving Averages with adjustable settings and shifting capability, plus signals and predicting continuations.
At the time of publish these different types of MAs are supported:
- SMA (Simple)
- EMA (Exponential)
- DEMA (Double Exponential)
- TEMA (Triple Exponential)
- RMA (Adjusted Exponential)
- WMA (Weighted)
- VWMA (Volume Weighted)
This is a non-repaint version of the built-in linear regression indicator in pine. It creates moving bands where the current bar matches the built-in Linear Regression indicator exactly (see screenshot). The key to replicating the built-in function is calculating the std deviation across the length of bars away from the current Linear Regression line, as opposed...
Historical Volatility Percentile tells you the percentage of the days from the past year (252 trading days) that have lower volatility than the current volatility.
I included a simple moving average as a signal line to show you how volatile the stock is at the moment.
I have included simple colors to let you know when to enter or exit a position.