This indicator was originally developed by Stephen J. Klinger (Stocks & Commodities, V.15:12 (December, 1997): "Identifying Trends with Volume Analysis").
NOTE: this is the only correct version of Klinger Volume Oscillator in the public library.
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The KDJ indicator is derived from the Stochastic with the one difference being the addition of the J line. This implies that the KDJ indicator has a total of three lines; %K%D%J. The %J is simply put, the difference between the %K and the %D lines, which is similar to the MACD.
The difference between the %J and that of the MACD is that it is plotted as a...
This indicator looks for cracks (de-correlation of 2 indicators), what you have to do is simple, first look at the trend in a higher frame, there are many indicators for this, then look for cracks as wide as possible (you can configure the size in the configuration) and that they are not close to important supports / resistances. This indicator can be very useful...
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This is a very simple trading system which is measuring the core of uptrends and downtrends using three basic elements: Close price, HL2 price, Pivot price.
Depending if the uptrend or downtrend is strong, the buy/sell signals are shown in different colors. The stronger trends are in brighter colors (lime and fuchsia). If the trend just fully changed direction...
The TMMS oscillator (aka “Trading Made More Simpler”) is an indicator made of conditions based on both 2 separated Stochastic and 1 RSI.
Bullish zone is green and bearish one is red. When the histogram is grey, no signals is available at that time.
The indicator has an option to show the current trend of an Hull moving average (ascending or descending curve)....
Original Author: Rashad
Added by Rashad 6-26-16
These Bollinger bands feature Fibonacci retracements to very clearly show areas of support and resistance . The basis is calculate off of the Volume Weighted Moving Average . The Bands are 3 standard deviations away from the mean. 99.73% of observations should be in this range.
Updated by Dysrupt 7-12-18