Some friends asked me to do it so... sharing it for everyone instead
This indicator detects when the first moving average is above the two others. It's a very powerful tool for trend traders that use multiple moving averages to detect a strong trend
A low lag, trend follower for higher timeframes.
This works great as a tool to filter trades from oscillators or to provide a general trend direction.
You can also trade off the color changes, though I must recommend using timeframes higher than 1H.
This indicator was developed for use in an investigation/tutorial using Pine Script to analyse Gold and US Dollar Index correlation.
The first indicator shall measure the percentage change between the open and close of each bar and compare it to the same percentage change of an alternative asset. Additionally, we shall color the background when the two...
This script plots the highs/lows from multiple timeframes onto the same chart to help you spot the prevailing long-term, medium-term and short-term trends .
List of timeframes included:
You can select which timeframes to plot by editing the inputs on the Format Object dialog.
The Trender and moving average for a version of trend analysis. This is an update of a previously published script. A recent Pine script update makes this update necessary.
This is my interpretation of Bloomberg's Trender.
The script is derived from this document:
I have no idea what...
The ability of the least squares moving average to provide a great low lag filter is something i always liked, however the least squares moving average can have other uses, one of them is using it with the z-score to provide a fast smoothing oscillator.
The indicator aim to provide fast and smooth results. length control the...
Volume Impact (The area)
Average Volume (The thick line, xTrigger)
Volume Impact = Volume Chance - Average Volume
It provides very reliable buy sell signals. Buy(green) when increasing, sell(red) when decreasing. Volume Impact might drop before the actual price so it has an early warning potential.
Before trend changes volume average diverges from the prices....
This is an interesting study that can be used as a tool for determining trend direction, and also could be a trailing stop setter. I use it as a gauge on MTF settings, in the pic MTF is turned off. If on, you can look at the bar cycle of the 1h while on the 15m giving you a lot of information in one tool. If a line is missing high or low, it is because it was...
This indicator shows an hystogram with the Chainkin Oscilator values, with color changes in function of the direction (up/down) . Also show the 0 crossovers, up and down.
Chaikin Oscillator gets its name from its creator, Marc Chaikin.
The Chaikin Indicator applies MACD to the accumulation-distribution line rather than closing price.
For me it's very usefull...
Utilizing the Daily Open Price can be a powerful tool in trading. When looking at Daily Bars, you can see there is often a vast amount of movement encapsulated in that timeframe range. Prices position above or below the Daily Open Price can also be an indication of trend. In this script, I've added an adjustable Grid System above/below the Daily Open Price to...
Based on LazyBear 8MA I decided to do something similar for my personal use. I created an "Alligator" which works with 4 EMA lines and without "future" prediction, it will show you the most recent trend only, creating a later call than the original alligator yet a more precise one. Then there are the 3 MA with huge periods, including 30,50,100. This allows the...
This indicator is hybrid of some indicator with some modification
The system is very simple (red sell, green buy )
you can use ATR system , part of price system or traditional system . and for each time frame that you use set the TF =tf to same time frame or higher then the frame that you use
Its has many nice functions
but in basic it show you the up trend of...
The Up/Down Range breaks the price range into an upward and a downward moving component, so we can easily turn it into a momentum oscillator. This script does just that.
You can find the Up/Down Range (UDR) indicator here: