What is this? The Money Flow Line (MFL) indicator is at its core a more even-tempered version of the Price-Volume-Trend (PVT). The primary difference is the usage of `hlc3` ((high + low + close) / 3) rather than `close` to use the "typical price" that it critical to the calculation of the Money Flow Index (MFI). Other similar indicators include the Accumulation...
Trend Identifier for 1D BTC.USD
It smoothens a closely following moving average into a polynomial like plot.
And assumes 4 stage cycles based on the first and second derivatives.
Green: Bull / Exponential Rise
Red: Bear / Exponential Drop
Red --> Blue --> Green: indicates the start of a bull market
Green --> Yellow -->...
A probability cone is an indicator that forecasts a statistical distribution from a set point in time into the future.
Forecast a Standard or Laplace distribution.
Change the how many bars the cones will lookback and sample in their calculations.
Set how many bars to forecast the cones.
Let the cones follow price from a set number of bars back.
Moments describe the shape features of a distribution. There are four essential Moments: Mean, Variance, Skewness, Kurtosis . The Moments of returns can provide a comprehensive view of the tendency, volatility , and risk of the market . It's important for traders to know these statistical properties of the instrument before trading them.
Basic modification of my SFP Momentum Indicator showing accumulation/distribution patterns based on breakouts above previous anchor points.
Candles are colored based on whether accumulation or distribution was last.
Best if used at HTF then confirmed at LTF.
This script is an advanced version of the distributional blocks script.
In distributional buys and sells:
I used a high - low cloud filter, which makes it more prudent to sell the next sell higher for sells and to buy the next purchase lower for buys.
I also used the Stochastic Money Flow Index function because it also uses volume to separate regions.
DepthHouse Volume Extension uses average calculations to determine the dynamic range which the volume travels through. Any spike above the line represents an over extension in average volume.
The colored bars are then calculated in a similar way, which measures a combination of both price and volume action to determine bull & bear exhaustion levels, and possible...
Up/Down Volume Ratio is calculated by summing volume on days when it closes up and divide that total by the volume on days when the stock closed down.
High volume up days are typically a sign of accumulation(buying) by big players, while down days are signs of distribution(selling) by big market players. The Up Down volume ratio takes this assumption and turns...
A detrended series that oscilates around zero is obtained after first differencing a time series (i.e. subtracting the closing price for a candle from the one immediately before, for example). Hypothetically, assuming that every detrended closing price is independent of each other (what might not be true!), these values will follow a normal distribution with mean...
Study based on Rob Hoffman's Accumulation/Distribution Breakout strategy.
- Green circle on the top wick indicates a "Distribution" wick
- Red circle on the bottom wick indicates an "Accumulation" wick
- A distribution wick in an uptrend gets marked as a Key Resistance. This is marked with green crosses
- An Accumulation wick in a downtrend gets marked as a...
This indicator can apply my previous indicator, Historical and Standard Stochastic, to Money Flow (ADMF) or Absolute Strength Index (ASI) or both at the same time. It can also display those two indicators in regular mode as well as showing visual cues when the indicators make new ATH or ATL.
ASI is basically a new name I am giving to my Gain/Loss Moving Average...
This idea has been created by the combination of the two existing systems as a result of my efforts to create a distributional buying and selling guide that has plagued my head for a long time.
1st idea is Accumulation / Distribution Line :
2nd idea is Distribution Day :
These two ideas, the intellectual assistance of professional brokers, and my observations...
It is possible to approximate the underlying distribution of a random variable by using what is called an "Histogram". In order to construct an histogram one must first split the data into several intervals (also called bins) often of the same size and count the number of values falling within each intervals, the histogram plot is then constructed with the X axis...
an underlying asset.
It is determined by the changes in price and volume. The volume acts as a weighting coefficient at the change of price — the higher the coefficient (the volume) is the greater the contribution of the price change (for this period of time) will be in the value of the indicator. The indicator is also known as Accumulation / Distribution...
Volume Buzz/Volume Run Rate as seen on TC2000 and MarketSmith respectively.
Basically, the volume buzz tells you what percentage over average(100 time period moving average) the volume traded was. You can use this indicator to more readily identify above-average trading volume and accumulation days on charts. The percentage will show up in the top left corner,...