Introducing the Bollinger Band Width Percentile
Bollinger Band Width Percentile is derived from the Bollinger Band Width indicator.
It shows the percentage of bars over a specified lookback period that the Bollinger Band Width was less than the current Bollinger Band Width.
Bollinger Band Width is derived from the Bollinger Bands®...
The Reverse Cutlers Relative Strength Index (RCRSI) OC is an indicator which tells the user what price is required to give a particular Cutlers Relative Strength Index ( RSI ) value, or cross its Moving Average (MA) signal line.
Background & Credits:
The relative strength index ( RSI ) is a momentum indicator used in technical analysis...
Introducing the Reverse Stochastic Momentum Index "On Chart" version
According to Investopedia :
“The Stochastic Momentum Index (SMI) is a more refined version of the stochastic oscillator, employing a wider range of values and having a higher sensitivity to closing prices.”
The SMI is considered a refinement of the stochastic oscillator developed by William...
Introducing the Price Moving Average Ratio & Percentile indicator
A simple indicator which calculates :
The ratio between a chosen source price and a user defined moving average ( PMAR ) or
The percentile of the ratio between the chosen source price and a user defined moving average over an adjustable lookback period ( PMARP )
It then displays either the...
The Reverse Cutlers Relative Strength Index (RCRSI) is an indicator which tells the user what price is required to give a particular Cutlers Relative Strength Index (RSI) value, or cross its Moving Average (MA) signal line.
Background & Credits:
The relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum indicator used in technical analysis that...
Introducing the Reverse MACD Cross
MACD.... short for moving average convergence/divergence, is a trading indicator used in technical analysis of stock prices, created by Gerald Appel in the late 1970s.
It is designed to reveal changes in the strength, direction, momentum, and duration of a trend in a stock's price.
Prior work by Johny Dough showed how we can...
Introducing the Bollinger Band Calculation Tool
What are Bollinger Bands ?
According to Investopedia ....
"In the 1980s, John Bollinger, a long-time technician of the markets, developed the technique of using a moving average with two trading bands above and below it.
Unlike a percentage calculation from a normal moving average, Bollinger Bands® simply add...
Introducing Krown Moving Averages with Crossover levels.
Plots 5 Ema's and 3 SMA's ( Default Krown Periods )
It calculates the price levels at which each pair of moving averages would be equal .
That means that if price closes the other side of that level the pair of moving will cross also.
These levels can therefore be considered as "...
Introducing the Anticipated Simple Moving Average Crossover Indicator
This is my Pinescript implementation of the Anticipated Simple Moving Average Crossover Indicator
Much respect to the original creator of this idea Dimitris Tsokakis
This indicator removes one bar of lag from simple moving average crossover signals with a high degree of accuracy to give a...
I'm a big fan of The_Caretaker's BBWP and wanted to add it as a volatility indicator to some of my scripts, but since it is over 100 lines of code (plus spacing and comments) I wanted to find if there was a simpler way to get comparable results. SBBWP uses Pine 5 built in functions that I don't believe were available when The_Caretaker wrote BBPW. The main...
Hello, Hello, Hello and welcome back to Bitcoin Beats.
This is a combination of indicators with a nice color code to nail supports and resistances along with pivot points in the market.
This was made for btc but can be used with other assets and currencies.
The arrows have been backtested but only for breakeven on most timeframes.
Thank you, And goodbye, from...
VISUALLY REPRESENTS THE CROSSING OF 8,13,21,55 EMA'S FROM KROWNS TA PROGRAM
Hello everybody! I was curious and wanted to see how the Strat described in one of the modules would look coded. So here we are, a clear cut visual representation of the methods talked about in the course from the EMA Module. Enjoy!
Whenever the 8,13,21 all cross above...