The DMI Oscillator is a technical indicator which uses values of DMI in order to predict miscellaneous sides of market behavior.
Two components of DMI are used in calculation: DI+ and DI-; the DMI oscillator calculates the difference between these components and represents it as both a line and a histogram.
According to the rules described by Barbara Star in her...
A handy all-in-one package for DMI and ADX
Color-coordinated line for DMI with an EMA and histogram to gauge momentum, mark potential reversals, and quickly gather all the information you need to make your decisions.
- Color of the ADX line indicates the current trend
- An ADX below the EMA indicates a potentially falling/reversing trend
This strategy takes the ADX Indicator I wrote and applies it to a strategy for back testing purposes.
I've also applied a date filter so you can back test specific date ranges and a moving average filter so you can choose whether to filter your longs/shorts based on a moving average.
This is a trend-following indicator which condenses two SuperTrend indicators -- one based on analysis over a shorter period of time (1.5, 7), and one based on analysis over a longer period of time (1.65, 100) -- into a single indicator which appears on your chart only when both the shorter- and longer-term analysis indicates a "SuperTrend" in the same...
Directional Movement Oscillator is simply the difference of Di+ and Di- which helps traders to see the crosses of BUY/SELL signals more effectively.
Di+ crosses above Di- when indicator crosses above 0 which can be considered as a BUY signal.
and conversely Di+ crosses below Di- when indicator crosses below 0 which can be considered as a SELL...
Alright - so this is my own version of John Carter's "10x Bars"... I have done multiple things that are different from his version so they are slightly different..
So first of all the main indicator is based off of the ADX and the DMI;
For those who aren't familiar with it, Directional Movement is what you'd pull up under "built-in's" from the indicators tab...
I decided to make this formerly invite only script public (you can find the invite only version here
If you are part of the invite only you don't need to change scripts. I will push improvements first on the invite only script but in time it will come to this version as well.
I would love to know your ideas...
Here's a modern take on the famous DMI/ADX. i first wrote this on another platform few years ago, so i'm happy to be able to share it on TradingView
quick refresher: what does DMI/ADX tell us:
in simple terms, at the core of this indicator, there are 3 main calculations / lines: the Plus Directional Index (...
KISS Addie is the ADX and DI+- indicator and is part of the 'keeping it simple' series. ADX is your Average Directional Index and DI is you Directional Movement Indicator.
ADX - Will show the strength of the trend regardless of direction.
00 - 10 : No trend
10 - 20 : Transitioning trend
20 - 40 : Trending
40 - 99 : Exhausted (Can also be considered a stronger...
This DMI I modified to see the trend more clearly, and the ADX line changes according to the trend force, which is perfectly configurable, the configuration I left my default configuration, in case you want to modify it because you see the trend in different values, feel free, and basically the columns are the average of DI and also indicate the trend more...
I have created an alternative visualisation of the ADX + DI indicator created by MasaNakamura, credits to them for providing the source code! :-)
The histogram represents the distance between the DI+ and the DI-. The crossing of the histogram is equal to the crossing of the DI lines.
The ADX line is coloured based on the threshold.
This creates a clean...
A modified DMI, This turns the standard DMI into an Oscillator. The DMI cross signal is the same, but as an OSC you get the added benefits or finding divergences, etc. The added WIlder's Average Line (blue) can help you see if a short term trend is getting less interesting.
Mashed together Chris Moody's ADX thing with his DMI thing.
So you can see trend strength + direction
green-ish = uptrend-ish//red-ish = downtrend-ish
Colors can be adjusted though.
below 10 = gray, not much going on
10 - 20 = light green/light red, could be the beginning o something
20 - 40 = bright green / bright red, something is going on
above 40 = dark...
Edit of the popular script by @TraderR0BERT
- horizontal colored areas, indication weak/medium/strong trend
- vertical bars, signaling trend/momentum changes
- DI+ vs DI- contraction/expansion histogram (to measure the DI volatility)