Highlights in blue when an inside bar follows an inside bar. Double inside bars (when used on the daily timeframe) are a way of easily finding equilibrium patterns (i.e. pennant shaped price action) on lower time frames. There is usually a strong move in whatever direction these patterns break, so good to have alerts set up for your favourite markets.
As far as my algorithm design will take me this is it. So It's complete in my eyes. Here is a "working" version of something I've been looking for for a long time: "Flex" Renko Charting.
Bricks' sizes are determined by ATR and are set by simply choosing a resolution for the ATR...
This indicator has three built in indicators based on the SMA of HIGH, SMA of LOW, and Stochastic. The baseline indicator is the retreats after departures from SMA of HIGH and LOW.
The first time a HIGH that is above the SMA HIGH has a lower HIGH but it still above the SMA HIGH, a (-) will appear at the bottom. This signals an aggressive entry point for potential...
Here is a simple indicator based on Tushar Chande's TrendScore .
The main purpose of the TrendScore is to determine the strength and direction of a trend, which it does by comparing the current price to the prices within a user-defined window of historical prices.
In the input menu, the user defines the starting and ending period. The current price is then...
Here is another version of my Flex Renko script. It is uses percentage-based brick sizes to draw the Renkos instead of ATR or static brick sizes. What makes the percentage-based drawing style great is that one doesn't need to adjust stops so many times like they would with a ATR based Renko. It also makes moving between tickers smooth as well as one doesn't have...
// Copyright by Randalll.com v1.0 09/03/2016
// This indicator provides 5 Exponential Moving Averages.
// Works well on 1D,4H,1H TF
// To be used with traditional trend following strategies.
// If 50/100/200 trending in same direction. Then buy/sell
// with trend direction....
Script tries to capture the length of trends. It calculates an SMA and then determines the slope of the SMA using a simple momentum function. From there it counts bars from when the slope changed directions last. The lime green line is the count from when the slope changed. The yellow line is the average time of a trend. The white line is "trying" to capture the...
Here is an adaptation of TTM_Trend I coded. It's all pretty self explanatory. Aqua = buy and red = sell.
There's only one setting to tweak and it's the look-back for highest and lowest.
I have found that this indicator gives signals at almost identical areas to the TTM_Trend but tend to actually be a little more efficient (earlier buy/sell signals), although I...
This is the Market Mean index. It is used to identify if the market is really trending or if it is range bound(random). In theory, a random sample will be mean reverting 75% of the time. This indicator checks to see what how much the market is mean reverting and converts it to a percentage. If the index is around 75 or higher than the price curve of the market is...
The indicator paints the bar colours based on the average open and average close for past N days.
if average close is above average open, the bars are coloured green, otherwise they are coloured red
It can be used as a general trend filter on weekly, daily bars. even on intraday timeframes, this would work well and give a sense of the current trend direction.
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