// Based on Normalized Smoothed MACD by Dreadblitz
Old one was just an oscillator, I changed a few things
1) It now paints the line green/orange
2) The trigger (green/red) is now based on a signal
3) The signal is basically isUp, but with some additional controls, e.g.
4) (new) There is an embedded stoploss. This is a growth/decay function that decays...
This is an improved version of the on balance volume indicator.
I made it inside a bollinger band channel, so we can define better the zones. At the same time I applied 2 moving averages on OBV, to get a better idea of the trend and at same time that change direction of the trend.
Green - > uptrend - > we look for buy positions
Red - > downtrend -> we look for...
What is up y'all ? (french trying to sound American)
I found that in my script archives, way back in an old cave. I think this might be useful as a few really asked me how to define a green/red candle, how to capture the wick value, the body, etc..
This is not a fancy script as usual and I'm sure they're plenty of candles pattern scripts out there but I saw no...
See the current pair's Supertrend direction on 4 different timeframes at once, so you won't get caught with your pants down trading against the trend. Handy for quickly space-barring through a watchlist.
Default settings are (from top to bottom) Daily, 4H, 1H and 15M but these can be changed. Any suggestions, let me know.
This indicator combines two separate Simple RSI indicators so you can show different periods together, as well as an ADX indicator with DI+ and DI-. I prefer to use one indicator to show the whole thing, instead of stacking the individual indicators.
This is a modified version of the base RSI indicator, which uses the Wilder's calculation with exponential MAs. This version uses simple MAs. Simple RSI is one of the indicators required for the Green Goose trading strategy, which you can learn about from OptionsPlayers.com .
It is a normal Directional Movement Index, but instead of using lines for +DI and -DI it uses histogram and 4 colors. It also contains an horizontal line (default value @20) to indicate when a trend is confirmed or not.
RSI DIVERGENCE is a difference between a fast and a slow RSI. Default values are 5 for the fast one and 14 for the slow one.
You can use this indicator in 2 different ways:
normal RSI : check double or triple top/bottom on a chart meanwhile RSI is descending/ascending (check the example on chart)
signal line : when RSI Divergence cross zero line from...
The usage is very easy. When the line is green you can open long position, when the line is red you can open short position and when it's black just check by yourself.
Usually I use it with RSI and Bollinger Bands , in order to determine when the signal is strong or weak.
Just play with fastest and slowest SC to adjust the smoothness.