Volume Zone Oscillator (VZO) is an indicator that presents a different way of looking at OBV.
VZO is a difference (delta) between OBV and an exponential moving average.
The EMA becomes the baseline 0.
And in this way we can observe the strength of the movements, overbought and oversold (when the OBV is far from the average) and divergences.
Multiple volume oscillators in one.
As Warren Guppet once said, be “fearful when others are buying less, and greedy when others are selling less.”
Divergences are the main point of usage of all bundled indicators.
OBV Oscillator, remade. The formula has been changed to smooth out the way OBV is calculated during a trending move
This is the non-accumulating portion of the price-volume trend (PVT)--the amount by which PVT would change each bar--which I have turned into a zero-centered oscillator. The plot is a 9-day EMA of the PVT change, multiplied by 1000 for readability, with lime/red corresponding to whether the actual PVT increased or decreased for that bar.
As always, the length of...