Relative slope metric
I was in need to create a simple, naive and elegant metric that was able to tell how strong is the trend in a given rolling window. While abstaining from using more complicated and arguably more precise approaches, I’ve decided to use Linearly Weighted Linear Regression slope for this goal. Outright values are useful, but the...
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Linear Regression Channels are useful measure for technical and quantitative analysis in financial markets that help identifying trends and trend direction. The use of standard deviation gives traders ideas as to when prices are becoming overbought or oversold relative to the long term trend
The basis of a linear regression...
This strategy is based on the slope of the EMA130.
Over that slope, the script calculates two EMAs (9,21) which are used to generate the main entry and exit signal.
In particular, the strategy enters a LONG position when EMA9 > EMA21. On the contrary, it closes the LONG and opens a SHORT when EMA9 < EMA21.
When the slope of the EMA130 is rising, it means that...
Version 2 - Linear Regression Slope. This version will have more freedom on picking your own length for all the Inputs.
One of the main reason I changed it is because, Slope calculation on transition period was not being computed properly. Because the Version 1, looks back the length assigned, and compute the slope based on two candle readings, could be 10 days...
This indicator tries to identify ranging and trending markets.
It measures the angle of a Moving Average in order to filter out ranging markets.
The idea is to only enter a trend following trade if the slope is steep enough.
In order to create this indicator, I used a strategy script from bennef called "Trend Angle BF" and slightly modified it to transform it...
This strategy compares the slope of a Moving Average (of your choosing) to the slope of a Momentum Indicator (of your choosing). Zero is the center line because 0 slope means sideways movement. When both lines cross your buy threshold, it buys. When both lines cross your Sell threshold, it sells. The lines may look choppy, but that is probably because it is...
This script uses the Repeated Median (RM) estimator to construct a linear regression channel and thus offers an alternative to the available codes based on ordinary least squares.
The RM estimator is a robust linear regression algorithm. It was proposed by Siegel in 1982 (1) and has since found many applications in science and engineering for linear trend...
This is a study geared toward identifying price trends using Quadratic regression.
Quadratic regression is the process of finding the equation of a parabola that best fits the set of data being analyzed.
In this study, first a quadratic regression curve is calculated, then the slope of the curve is calculated and plotted.
Custom bar colors are included. The...
Honey Cypher Aims to do 4 things
Overbought and oversold zones
Being the most beautiful indicator you ever see
The big yellow honey waves primary use is to see the momentum of the market, they can be used in a similar way you would use a MACD or Chaikin Money Flow
On this image you see the honey waves being plotted to...
Slope function for SMA in degrees. This slope function you can use or modify for your own strategies. Feel free to change source to calculate the slope of another indicator. In this case you can see that the indicator is above the zero line indicating a positive momentum.
This indicator plots the trend of the angles made by the chosen means. This trend when analysed over multiple timeframes as well as different lengths can give an indication of the trend in short medium and long term.
For example, in any particular timeframe, when the 20 EMA turns a negative arctan, it signifies that on a shorter timeframe (than the current...
Moving Average Slope is a straightforward but also a handy indicator.
By inserting this moving average, it is possible to glance at the direction of the trend.
When the moving average has an increasing angle, it will turn green; vice versa, it will be colored red.
It is a trend indicator; I recommend leaving the period at 20 because it includes the last four...
This is version 1 of the Linear Regression Slope. In ideal world the Linear regression slope values will remain same for any time period length. because the equation is y = mx+b, where m is the slope. All I did here is m = y/x
The Main Purpose of this indicator is to see, if the Trend is accelerating or decelerating.
The first Blue bar will caution when a...