This indicator is intended to complement the Synergy indicator. It provides the following statistics:
A percentage showing how often the two assets move in the opposite direction over a given lookback period.
Similarly, another percentage showing how often the two assets move in the same direction over the same lookback period.
Count the number...
This indicator was developed for use in an investigation/tutorial using Pine Script to analyse Gold and US Dollar Index correlation.
The first indicator shall measure the percentage change between the open and close of each bar and compare it to the same percentage change of an alternative asset. Additionally, we shall color the background when the two...
A variation on the Auto-Line indicator, we allow it to get closer to the price thanks to a drift, this also allow the line to be more directional .
This indicator can be used with moving averages using crosses as signals or as a band indicator by ploting a + dev as the upper band and a - dev as the lower one.
For any help or suggestions feel free to send a message :)
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 is plots the indicator developed by Andrew Abraham
in the Trading the Trend article of TASC September 1998
It was modified, result values wass averages.
And draw two bands above and below TT line.
4 different color trend show for weekly, daily and 4 hours.
red : mavilim downtrend, and mavilim below the wma21
orange : mavilim uptrend, and mavilim below the wma21
lime : mavilim downtrend, and mavilim above the wma21
green : mavilim uptrend, and mavilim above the wma21
also on the current chart; u can show current mavilim, weekly wma21,...
T3 Moving Average indicator was originally developed by Tim Tillson in 1998/99.
T3 Moving Average is considered as improved and better to traditional moving averages as it is smoother and performs better in trending market conditions.
It offers multiple opportunities when the price is in the state of retracement and therefore allows to minimize your exposed risk...