Can be extended with more derivative or spot pairs, see the comments in the code for instructions. Most importantly, the pairs need to be added to the respective arrays in the same order, so that the weights are applied to the correct pairs.
Resets at the start of the day's session (9:50 am on the ASX).
Takes the first candle and checks if its a green candle (close > open), and adds the volume to a total (which starts at 0 at the start of the day).
Subtracts it if the candles in red.
Continues to do this along with all the candles.
The volume is also multiplied by the difference between open and...
This script is a compilation of several different stochastic indicators (and RSI) where the K value of each indicator is equally weighted. The purpose of the indicator is to combine many indicators together in a fashion that weights them easier. By default, the Stochastic and Stochastic RSI are both enabled - the idea is to speed up the relatively slower...
Important: I don't really know how people generally compute deviations from VWAP/VWMA, but smth tells me generally it's just a Av Dev/St Dev based on mean, not on appropriate basis, like volume weighted mean in our case. This version is mathematically correct, it first calculates weighted mean, than utilizes this weighted in mean...
This is an experimental study designed to identify the underlying trend bias and volatility of an instrument over any custom interval TradingView supports.
First, reset points are established at points where the opening price of the interval changes.
Next, Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is calculated. It is the cumulative sum of typical price times volume...
Couldn't find searching for Linearly Weighted Moving Average (LWMA) in tradingview. Found one with the LWMA title, but it uses plain WMA calculation without the linearity which more heavily weights recent price data, which I need, so I try to made one.
LWMAs are also quicker to react to price changes than SMA and EMA. If you want a moving average with less lag...
This indicator was originally developed by Edwin "Sedge" Coppock (Barron's Magazine, October 1962).
Specially for @AlexMayorov :
1) Buy when indicator crosses the zero line upside
2) Sell when indicator crosses the zero line downside
A moving average that weighted with Farey fractions. It matches a standard linear weighted average almost one-to-one. Why? Because both averages have strictly monotonic weighting sequences and assign a higher weight to latests data. So, Farey weights are just scaled to linear ones. Instead of specifing period you specify an order of Farey sequence. To learn more...
With the same idea of the VSA i make the VPSA to make synthetic graph of the price and the volume effect, its easy to see the volume trends. Each instrument have a more clear time frame to see the volume patterns.
Can use others indicators over the VPSA, only write in CAPITAL letters open, high, low, close or hl2 at inputs section.
I am reading "Investing with Volume Analysis: Identify, Follow, and Profit from Trends" by Buff Pelz Dormeier so I am going to implement all indicators that are considered there.
VW-MACD was developed by Buff Pelz Dormeier in 2000 and is based on the difference between a short-term volume-weighted moving average and a long-term volume-weighted...
With the same idea of the VPSA i make the VPSA2 to make Heiken Ashi style synthetic graph of the price and the volume effect, its easy to see the volume trends. Each instrument have a more clear time frame to see the volume patterns.
I see very useful like a secondary analysis layer. in the graph show the same RSI with price and VPSA2 like source.
MULTI-TF AVERAGE BBANDS - with signals (BETA)
Overall, it shows where the price has support and resistance, when it's breaking through, and when its relatively low/high based on the magic of standard deviation.
created by gamazama. send me a shout if u find this useful, or if you create something cool with it.
%BB: The price's position in the boilinger band is...
The TRIMA is simply the SMA of the SMA -- a double-smoothed simple moving average . The end effect of the double smoothing is that greater weight is placed on values near the middle of the lookback period. It therefore reacts relatively slowly to price changes compared to most moving averages .
But why would I want more lag?
One potential use of this moving...
Cumulative Force Indicator. Can also be seen as an OBV indicator that takes the price differences into account. In a regular OBV, a high volume bar can make a huge difference, even if the price went up only 0.01, and it it goes down 0.01 instead, that volume makes the OBV go down big time, even though in both cases hardly anything really happened. cForce is a...
A tool to calculate the average price and position size.
The "Risk Amount" input means the amount of dollars you lose if the trade gets stopped out (it should be based on a small percentage of your account).
- If you use the weights to calculate an average price, make sure it adds up to 100% in total or you will get a weird number.
- Keep an eye on the...