This indicator enables interactive placement of limit or stop-limit orders with a trailing ATR stop-loss and optional profit target (with alerts). Refer to the images below for further clarification. Why use a trailing stop-loss? A trailing stop-loss serves as an exit strategy when price moves against you, while also allowing you to adjust the exit point...

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This indicator is "Interactive" which means some inputs can are manually added through the first click after adding the indicator to the chart (SAR Trailing Stop-loss start point). Unlike the normal Parabolic SAR, this indicator allows for the modification of the start point of the Parabolic SAR’s first bar calculation. Normally, the Parabolic SAR automatically...

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This indicator is "Interactive" which means some inputs can are manually added through the first click after adding the indicator to the chart (ATR Trailing Stop-loss start point). See images below for more explanation. Why use a trailing stop-loss? A trailing stop-loss provides an exit when price moves against you but also enables you to move the exit point...

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True Average Period Trading Range (TAPTR) The J. Welles Wilder Average True Range calculation includes the ability to calculate in gaps into the equation. It is in my opinion that gaps are untraded range values until the prices on their own come back and close the gaps. The TAPTR calculation is simple, it is the average for a set period of time of the HIGH -...

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The Relative Strength Index was created by J. Welles Wilder to measure overbought and oversold conditions. It’s also found popularity as an overall measure of direction because upward-trending stocks often hit overbought conditions. The opposite can be true with underperformers. Today’s custom script, RSI Past, attempts to capture this secondary use of RSI as a...

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The reason for publishing the script was the lack of display of important components in the standard ADX indicator, such as DI+, DI-, DX , ADXR, and the absence of a choice of methods for calculating moving averages in the indicator. According to the book by the author of the ADX indicator, W. Wilder, the indicator components were calculated using the SMA formula,...

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VIDYA DMI Oscillator w/ DSL Levels is a VIDYA smoothed Direction Movement Index with Discontinued Signals. These two add on features allow for more accurate signals by reducing noise. What is the Direction Movement Index? Within the suite of indicators that make up Wilder’s directional movement index (DMI) are the plus directional movement indicator (+DI)...

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PA-Adaptive, Stepped-MA of Composite RSI is an RSI indicator using a different kind of RSI called Composite RSI. This indicator is Phase Accumulation Cycle Adaptive and uses a stepped moving average. What is Composite RSI? The name of the composite RSI might mislead a bit. Composite RSI is not "compositing" RSIs but is a rather new way of calculating the...

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This script was designed to work and feel like the built in RSI script but with a lot of added feature that traders might enjoy. You get to see the RSI represented as candle sticks OR Heikin Ashi. I have added in Connors RSI as a bonus so you can see what this lesser used study looks like in candle form. Just like in the original script I have moving averages and...

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Variety RSI w/ Dynamic Zones is an indicator with 7 different RSI types with Dynamic Zones. This indicator has signal crossing options for signal, middle, and all Dynamic Zone levels. What is RSI? The relative strength index ( RSI ) is a momentum indicator used in technical analysis . RSI measures the speed and magnitude of a security's recent price changes...

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Variety RSI w/ Fibonacci Auto Channel is an RSI indicator with 7 different RSI types and 4 Fibonacci Channels. This indicator has signal crossing options for signal, middle, and all Fibonacci levels. Bar and fill coloring is using a signal-determinant gradient coloring system to show signal strength or weakness. What is RSI? The relative strength index...

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Pips-Stepped MA of RSI Adaptive EMA is a pips-stepping, adaptive moving average that first, filers source input price using an EMA calculated using an RSI-modified alpha value and second, and last, its plugged into a pips-stepping algorithm to output the final chart signals. This is mainly a forex indicator although it can be used for any asset, but you must...

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Corrected RSI w/ Floating Levels is an RSI indicator with floating levels that attempts to determine the periods of flat and trending periods Regular RSI value is also displayed (in order to help to determine a trend) but the main value is the "corrected" value. Usage is simple: possible trend change on a color change. For "trend traders" possible usage of...

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RSI Precision Trend Candles is a candle coloring indicator that uses an average range algorithm to determine trend direction. The precision trend algorithm can be used on any calculated output to tease out interesting trend information. What is RSI? The relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum indicator used in technical analysis. RSI measures the speed...

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VHF Adaptive ADXm is a variation of the ADX DI indicator with adaptive filtering using a vertical horizontal filter. What is ADXm? Unlike the traditional ADX indicator, where the ADX itself is plotted in absolute units and detection of the trend direction is hindered, this indicator clearly displays the positive and negative ADX half-waves (displayed as...

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Volatility Pivot Support and Resistance calculates "pivots" (support/resistance lines) based on current symbol/timeframe Average True Range calculated volatility. What is Average True Range? The average true range (ATR) is a technical analysis indicator, introduced by market technician J. Welles Wilder Jr. in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading...

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█ CONCEPTS DMI Stochastic Extreme was originally published by Barbara Star, PhD, in TASC magazine of January 2013. Basically it describes an improved version of the ADX DI+/DI- indicator, created by J. Welles Wilder. In the setup described by the author, the DMI Oscillator is used together with a stochastic oscillator of DMI. First, the DMI Oscillator is...

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QQE Histogram w/ Discontinued Signal Line is a run-of-the-mill Qualitative Quantitative Estimation (QQE) calculation but with a signal line to better filter and identify trends. The thicker white line is the QSL and appears as a simple EMA. The two thin white lines are the fast and slow trends. The histogram changes color based on the DSL levels. This version of...

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