This indicator is intended to reduce market noise by averaging "Heikin-ashi" a few more times.
You can set the number of averages and how the closing price is calculated.
There are several presets.
The "Mode 1" is more conservative and flips fewer times, but with less noise.
(Averaged by 5 times, Close calculated by oc2)
The "Mode 2" is more...
This indicator combines NYSE TICK and RSI to aim to provide a view of NYSE market trend strength.
What is TICK
NYSE TICK, also known as the TICK index, is a technical analysis indicator that shows the number of stocks on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) that are trading on an uptick or a downtick in a particular period of time. The TICK index is calculated...
MAGIC MACD ( MACD Indicator with Trend Filter and EMA Crossover confirmation and Momentum). This MACD uses Default Trading view MACD
from Technical indicators library and adding a second MACD along with 3 EMA's to detect Trend and confirm MACD Signal.
Eliminates usage of 3different indicators (Default MACD , MACD-2,EMA5, EMA20, EMA50)
Idea is to...
Introducing HARSI - the RSI based Heikin Ashi candle oscillator.
...that's right, you read it correctly. This is Heikin Ashi candles in an oscillator
format derived from RSI calculations, aimed at smoothing out some of the
inherent noise seen with standard RSI indicators.
We likes it we does.
Included plot options for standard RSI plot overlay, and...
"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.
The indicator is in the top left of the screen! That's all there is, by design.
This is a super simple indicator that allows you to see what the real price of a candle was when using Heikin Ashi charts, while not cluttering up your screen.
HA charts are a great way to help those who can be spooked by the chaos of the markets (I'm one!), but they have a big...
A different approach to finding higher highs and lower lows.
Heikin Ashi candles filter out most of the noise from liquidity sweeps and high volatility and give us a nice, normalized trend indication.
When so many HA Candles follow in the opposite direction to the previous trend, it can be seen as a trend reversal.
In turn, we can use this to detect highest high...
Real Price Line + Dots (for Heikin Ashi)
This indicator is designed for use on Heikin Ashi charts. Its purpose is to enable traders to benefit from price averaging and smoothing effects of Heikin Ashi candles whilst also enabling them to see the current real price line, and optionally, real price close dots on the Heikin Ashi candlesticks.
This is non-repaiting Supertrend Multi Time Frame script, uses Heikin Ashi Candles as source on normal chart
There is an option for Higher Time Frame. if you choose "Auto" then Higher Time Frame calculation is made by the script. If you choose "User Defined" option and then you can select Time Frame.
You better use this script with other indicators such as RSI,...
Overview of Features
This indicator was inspired by the work of "informanerd" in the script called "HTF Candles" as well as the built-in script called "Multi-Time Period Charts" by TradingView. The script will provide a highly customizable interface to specify the higher timeframe resolution for the candlesticks, the type of candle, as well as various styling...
Goethe A is an Indicator Package that contains multiple leading and lagging indicators.
The background is that shows the local trend is calculated by either two Moving Averages or by a Kumo Cloud. By default the Kumo Cloud calculation is used.
What are those circles?
-These are OBV (or VPT, can be set in the options) Divergences. Red for Regular-Bearish....
Using this script you can create alerts for my Heikin-Ashi PSAR Strategy:
When creating alerts use "Once Per Bar Close" in parameters.
Please remember that past performance may not be indicative of future results.
Due to various factors, including changing market conditions, the strategy may no longer perform as good as in...
Here are two moving averages, one based on positive candles and the other based on negative candles. If the current bar is positive, the negative MA will use its last known negative bar for the calculation. The default setting uses Heikin Ashi to smooth the candles with the trend, you can turn this off if you want in inputs.
Let me know if you find it useful :)
Variety Moving Averages w/ Dynamic Zones contains 33 source types and 35+ moving averages with double dynamic zones levels.
What are Dynamic Zones?
As explained in "Stocks & Commodities V15:7 (306-310): Dynamic Zones by Leo Zamansky, Ph .D., and David Stendahl"
Most indicators use a fixed zone for buy and sell signals. Here’ s a concept based on zones that...
My own implantation of Heikin Ashi which i call HAT.
The Heikin Ashi Trend Indicator (HAT) used to determine the price direction of an asset, as well as draw attention to when the price direction is changing.
The HAT indicator translates the current close/open/high/low into Heikin Ashi and smooths them a bit using Tilson T3 formula.
Buy signal when Heikin Ashi...
Pine Script version=3
The Heikin-Ashi Smoothed study is based upon the standard Heikin-Ashi study with additional moving average calculations. The following is the calculation formula for the bars:
1. The current bar Open, High, Low, Close values are smoothed individually by using the moving average type specified by the...
This is a redesign of the Chandelier Exit indicator. It removes stupid transitions between Chandelier Exit' states and highlights initial points for both lines.
This indicator was originally developed by Charles Le Beau and popularized by Dr . Alexander Elder in his book "Come Into My Trading Room: A Complete Guide to Trading" (2002).
In short, this is a trailing...
This script uses Heikin Ashi candles to smooth out the candles, then counts how many consecutive candles in a row are the same colour (red or green). It then takes each count and multiples it by the difference between close and open, to provide a weighted movement.
Where larger moves create greater impulses.