This is pure chaos!
I just wanted 1 thing I can put on a chart to try to get a clearer picture of what is going on (and not take up all the indicator spaces a free user is allowed haha)
Many things going on from so many different users
honestly I'm sorry I cant shout out everyone whose code I have ever read and used in another project just for the sake of...
LazyBear's WaveTrend port has been praised for highlighting trend reversals with precision and punctuality (minimal lag). But strong "3rd Wave" trends can "embed" or saturate any oscillator flashing several premature crosses while stuck overbought/oversold. This happens when the trend stretches over a longer timescale than the oscillator's averaging window or...
FRAMA: blue line, SC = 252, FC = 40, length = 252
EMA: orange line, length = 50
FRAMA seems to be the evolution of the current and much-used EMA. The basic strategy is simple: long if the price crosses up the line, short or exit if vice versa.
The main difference between EMA and FRAMA is that the first one seems to lag much more than the first...
The Polarized Fractal Efficiency (PFE) indicator measures the efficiency
of price movements by drawing on concepts from fractal geometry and chaos
theory. The more linear and efficient the price movement, the shorter the
distance the prices must travel between two points and thus the more efficient
the price movement.
8 Fractal Resonance Component indicators on a chart eats up LOTS of vertical space, so we're providing this Fractal Quad Components script to group 4 components a bit more compactly (eliminating the margin whitespace between indicator rows).
To view 8 components you'll need to add a second instance of this script to your chart and set its Base Timescale...
Updated Version with request for NDBMFB for swingHL, when "H" or "L" text appears it refers to the previous fractal in the series, as pinescript doesnt support dynamic offsetting, added a few more goodies :p
A little project I was working on to avoid studying for finals. Using LazyBear's RSX code for a smoother RSI, then taking the RSX of fib number lengths. Take the average of that, then the JMA of that from the same fib numbers. The average of that is then treated as the trend, take the average of the trend values from the main time frames, the script calls pretty...
Overall the D-AMA produced results that were near identical to that of the FRAMA but the D-AMA is a slightly faster average.
It is very difficult to pick between the FRAMA and the D-AMA but becuase the FRAMA offers a slightly longer trade duration it the best Moving Average we have...