The stochastic oscillator is a feature scaling method commonly used in technical analysis, this method is the same as the running min-max normalization method except that the stochastic oscillator is in a range of (0,100) while min-max normalization is in a range of (0,1). The stochastic oscillator in itself is efficient since it tell's us when the...
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I am using T3 moving averages to generate the idea of what kind of bias I should take in a current market.
So, how does this works?
When the close is higher than T3EMA10, the trend direction is upwards,
When the close is lower than T3EMA10, the trend direction is downward.
Using this, we can assume that there is higher probability for market to continue it's...
Allright gang, we are here with a new indicator that should help you with determining the direction to trade or whether you should trade at all.
It uses the close of the candle and 2 EMAs.
The faster moving line is the difference between the close and the Slow EMA, while the slower moving line shows the difference between the Fast EMA and the Slow EMA.
This is a bullish reversal pattern formed by two candlesticks. Following a downtrend,
the first candlestick is a down candlestick which is followed by an up candlestick
which has a long real body that engulfs or contains the real body of the prior bar.
The Engulfing pattern is the reverse of the Harami pattern.
- This script to...
This is a bullish reversal pattern formed by two candlesticks in which a small
real body is contained within the prior session's unusually large real body.
Usually the second real body is the opposite color of the first real body.
The Harami pattern is the reverse of the Engulfing pattern.
- This script to change bars colors.
This is modified version of Dale Legan's "Confluence" indicator written by Gary Fritz.
Here is Gary`s commentary:
Since the Confluence indicator returned several "states" (bull, bear, grey, and zero),
he modified the return value a bit:
-9 to -1 = Bearish
-0.9 to 0.9 = "grey" (and zero)
I have never find a use case for Line Break chart before. But I stumbled on the fact that if bitcoin dumps below the low of a big down move. It is very likely Bitcoin is heading for a new bear market. So this script is based on that idea and developed to this. It is intended to be used as a bear market identifier only with Line Break daily or higher time frame...
This indicator is intended to evaluate the quality of the bullish candles (close > open).
It will calculate the average size of the bullish candles from the last 200 periods. I'm assuming that a bullish candle with a superior wick or shadow equal or less than 25% of the total size of the bar is a good disruption candle. You can adjust at your own taste.
The “Recession Watch” indicator tracks 7 key economic metrics which have historically preceded US recessions. It provides a real-time indication of incoming recession risk.
This indicator gives a picture of when risk is increasing, and therefore when you might want to start taking some money out of risky assets.
All of the last seven recessions were preceded by a...
When the market is giving the signals for bullish trend, which shows the shorter period exponential(20) moving average crossing the longer period moving average(50), with a strength shown in the market i.e. RSI greater than 40.
So when all these conditions are met a buy signal is generated in output (Output of Ema cross and Rsi) having value as 1.
So a trader can...
This script analyses the CCI indicator values, showing when a fall in price or a rise in price may happen, or when the CCI is confirming the trend.
The user can personalize:
The period to be used and the range of the CCI bands ( by default)
The slow SMA period to be used and the price percentage variation to react for bullish/bearish
This is a beginner script, any feedback is welcome.
It indicates a bull trend with or without volume (yellow and green arrow) and give a buy signal (green flag) once the trend is "confirmed" and the stock became good for the buy market.
I look forward to make this for a bear market as well, but it's not good for now.
Symbols and its meanings:
This script plots two ATR (Average True Range) values, one based on only bullish and the other based on only bearish bars. If the current bar is positive, the negative ATR will use its last known negative bar for the calculation. You can smooth bar directions by using the Heikin Ashi setting.
Use this the same way how you would use the regular ATR indicator, but...