Similarity Search, Karobein oscillator (KO) and Seasonal Random Index (SRI)
This indicator uses dynamic capabilities of Pinescript version 4 coupled with Seasonal Random Index (SRI) and Karobein Oscillator (KO). SRI (green/red areas) is employed to detect trends and KO (black curce) is used to find historical similarities to predict the next bar's...
This Multi Moving Average (MA) indicator is more flexible than any other indicator of this type offered so far. You can define up to 10 different Moving Average (MA) lines based on different calculation variants.
The following MA types can be configured.
- EMA: Exponentially Moving Average
- SMA: Small Moving Average
- RMA: Rolling Moving Average
- WMA: Weighted...
This is a scaled Normalized Vector Strategy with a Karobein Oscillator
Original: Drkhodakarami (www.tradingview.com)
Repainting: in general there two types of repainting:
* when the last candle is constantly being redrawn
* when the indicator draws a different configuration after it has been deactivated/reactivated, i.e. refreshed.
The former is a natural...
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum indicator that measures the magnitude of recent price changes to analyse overbought or oversold conditions. RSI values range from 0 to 100.
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is calculated using the following formula: RSI = 100 - 100 / (1 + RS) Where RS = average gain of upward phases during the specified time frame...
Best for higher time frames - 30m, 1H, 2H, 3H, 4H, D this strategy uses several factors that are pushed through an Inverse Fisher Transform (IFT). The higher the TF, the better the performance, up to 98%, but the number of deals tends to drop). Middle time frames (5m, 15m) look viable with Scaled Price (Scaled %P) and MFI factors. The factor list can be extended...
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The Rogers & Satchell function is a volatility estimator that outperforms other estimators when the underlying follows a geometric Brownian motion with a drift (historical data mean returns different from zero)....