This is a simple tool designed to help you visualize your stop loss and take profit levels before entering a trade. The tool plots two lines on the chart - a green dotted line for take profit and a red dotted line for stop loss (similar to the price line) - with a simulated default spread of one pip factored in. The indicator has the option to toggle between long...
-Tool to measure price legs in terms of both time and price; gives an idea of frequency of market movements and their typical extent and duration.
-Written for backtesting: seeing times of day where setups are most likely to unfold dynamically; getting an idea of typical and minimum sizes of small/large legs.
-Two sets of editable lookback numbers to measure both...
Define, then locate the presence of a candle that fits a specific criteria. Run a basic calculation on what happens after such a candle occurs.
Here, I’m not giving you an edge, but I’m giving you a clear way to find one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE READ:
THE INDICATOR WILL ALWAYS INITIALLY LOAD WITH A RUNTIME ERROR. WHEN INITIALLY LOADED THERE NO...
For use with Hollow Candles
Fills Candles based on either the value of the RSI or coppock scaled to fit properly between the open and close. Makes for a compact visual with lot's of information given. Toggle bells and whistles in settings such as arrows to indicate the direction of the value being measured, dividing levels, fill from candle open all the time...
"Trend Indicator A-V2" and "Trend Indicator B-V2" are updated and improved versions of my initial trend indicators. Totally rethinking the code, adding highs and lows in the calculations, including some more customisation through colour schemes.
In practice, this indicator uses EMAs and Heikin Ashi to provide an overall idea of the trend.
Creator: Michael G. Zahorchak.
The Art of Low Risk Investing by Michael G. Zahorchak, 1977. Unfortunately, it's all but impossible to find a copy these days.
The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators by Gregory L. Morris, 2006. A fantastic resource for those interested in Technical Analysis or creating their own trend based system.
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Minkowski distance is a metric in a normed vector space. Minkowski distance is used for distance similarity of vector. Given two or more vectors, find distance similarity of these vectors.