The Percent Rank is naturally quite choppy. I therefor placed an EMA(3) over it and make the origin Percent Rank only slightly visible. I also add some boundaries.
Note that the EMA of the Percent Rank looks quite similiar to the Connors RSI.
Use it as the RSI.
The Varadi Oscillator (VDO) is a leading indicator first proposed by David Varadi and originally aim to reduce the influence of the trend component in oscillators. The DVO can be described as a rolling percent rank of detrended prices over a certain lookback period. The detrending process used for the calculation of the indicator is based on the simple moving...
I found a bug with built-in percentrank function. Sometimes it gives unexpected and incorrect results. You can see a one of them on the chart.
ALL scripts which use percentrank function are affected. No matter which version they use, no matter who is their author - ALL scripts which use this built-in function can work incorrectly.
If you want to avoid...
The limitation of max 3 indicators on tradingview is pretty bad for indicators lovers (like me) so i made this script able to contain a rsi, a stochastic and a percent rank and that in only one indicator !! Pretty cool isn't it ? ;)
Every parameter is linked to one indicator, you can have all of them with differents period lengths
You have the possibility...
Custom Code that Finds Market Tops & Bottoms!!!
CM_Laguerre PPO PercentileRank V2 Mkt Tops & Bottoms
Original Laguerre PPO code was Created by TheLark.
Special Thanks to coondawg71 and ChartArt for Great Insights
This Is Version 2 Of This Indicator that now Finds Market Tops and Bottoms.
Coming Next…Upper Indicator Pinpointing Entries Based on Price...
CM ATR PercentileRank - Great For Showing Market Bottoms.
When Increased Volatility to the Downside Reaches Extreme Levels it’s Usually a Sign of a Market Bottom.
This Indicator Takes the ATR and uses a different LookBack Period to calculate the Percentile Rank of ATR Which is a Great Way To Calculate Volatility
Be Careful Of Using w/ Market Tops. Not As...