Adaptive-Lookback Stochastic is an adaptive stochastic indicator.
The Adaptive lookback is truly a market-driven period input used to determine the variable lookback period for many different indicators, instead of a traditional, fixed figure.
It is based on the frequency of market swings - the time between swing highs or swing lows. A swing high is defined...
This is a technical analysis strategy based initially on the rating strategy, but fully adapted and converted to moving average rating.
In this case we are using: Ichimoku, SMA, EMA, ALMA, SMMA, LSMA, VWMA, DEMA, HMA, KAMA FRAMA, VIDYA, JMA, TEMA, ZLEMA, TRIMA and T3 moving averages.
With all of them together I am making an index.
Rules for entry and exit:
First the credits goes to @TradingView for their release of the volatility stop mtf indicator.
I have took it, and inside I have added a weekly vwap for a better trend direction and at the same time I have added a dynamic risk managment which is calculated from the distance between the volatility line to the close of the candle.
The rules for entry are...
Original credits goes to @ElDoggo22 www.tradingview.com
I looked in the post created by him, of USD liquidity and I have noticed that if you are going to apply a percentile top and bottom to it, can become an interesting swing strategy for US Stocks.
So in this case I decided to create a 99th percentile for top and 4th percentile for bot with a big length,...
ZV Structure is building the market swing structure, minor and sub structure and marks all possible insignificant pivots
Building such structure is really complex task to do, that has a lot of obstacles and challenges. I'm doing my best to develop this indicator behaving in absolutely expectable and right way. Fill free to leave any comments or bug reports.
The indicator shows the fractals where stop-losses may be located and can be used to trade from their taking.
You can adjust the length of the fractal (the number of bars with which it is surrounded on both sides, to confirm the validity).
You can also display lines from fractal points for clarity.
To keep the chart clean, you can enable deletion of...
Volume Profile (also known as Price by Volume ) is an charting study that displays trading activity over a specified time period at specific price levels. It is plotted as a horizontal histogram on the finacial isntrumnet's chart that highlights the trader's interest at specific price levels. Specified time period with Pivots Anchored Volume Profile is...
This indicator detects large swings/pivots in historical price action to highlight tops and bottoms which might act as future levels of support or resistance. The code by default detects the last 3 significant swing highs and the last 3 swing lows. It then places lines on the chart to highlight those levels.
For a full overview of the indicator and code...
This indicator provides some base code for looping over data to identify swings in price action. Full code commentary can be found on the backtest rookies website.
The indicator shall allow users to "analyse" a recent historical candle to detect whether it was a swing point. This will work by inputting a number to select which historical candle you want to...
This tool displays relative volatility and directional trend. Excellent way to pickup diversions and reversals. Length can be lowered to 11 or 13 in settings to show price range.
Can be used to identify patterns such as parallel channels and likely direction of price action as pictured below.
All credit goes to @DonovanWall for the Range Filter.
I just added Buy & Sell labels to demonstrate how the VuManChu Swing generates the same exact signals as the Range filter using the exact same settings between the two indicators.
This would only seem plausible if VuManChu Swing runs on the same code as the Range Filter.
It looks likely to be the old version...
coded by Bogdan Vaida
Code for Swing High, Swing Low and Swing Failure Pattern.
Note that we're still in the alpha version, bugs may appear.
Note that the number you set in your Swing History variable
will also be the minimum delay you see until the apples appear.
This is because we're checking the forward...