This indicator is a collection of 6 different period Moving Averages. It has support for different time-frame resolution for all of them individually.
Also, it has 11 different type of Moving Average calculation functions:
1. Simple Moving Average (SMA)
2. Exponential Moving Average (EMA)
3. Weighted Moving Average (WMA)
4. Volume Weighted Moving Average...
Another useful script I've been experimenting with. 4 EMA's in one!
Red = 200
Orange = 100
Yellow = 50
Blue = 25
Color coded in order of their respective frequencies.
Right now it's as plain and simple as you can get. Only inputs you can change are the average values.
Will update upon request and popularity.
Happy new year and God bless!
5 Moving Average Exponential. Crypto EMA. 7 is a fast support or resistance, 15 confirmation support or resistance. 30 Important support and resistance. 50 institutional support or resistance. 200 general trend, support and resistance.
This script will plot the result of Volume / Close.
This is meant to normalize the volume of tickers with exponential growth, for example a ticker like $BTC that went from $1 to $50k. Having the volume divided by the close will normalize the volume for when the price was $1 and $50k.
Single Exponential Smoothing ( ema ) does not excel in following the data when there is a trend. This situation can be improved by the introduction of a second equation with a second constant gamma .
The gamma constant cant be lower than 0 and cant be greater than 1, higher values of gamma create less lag while preserving smoothness.Higher values of length ...
This indicator plots 2/20 exponential moving average. For the Mov
Avg X 2/20 Indicator, the EMA bar will be painted when the Alert criteria is met.
You can use in the xPrice any series: Open, High, Low, Close, HL2, HLC3, OHLC4 and ect...
You can change long to short in the Input Settings
Please, use it only for learning or paper trading. Do not...
Users can display moving averages from higher time frame charts and display them on their current chart. This script supports up to 4 moving averages aggregated from a selected time frame. Each plot can be toggled if the user does not wish to have all 4 plots displayed.
Inputs allow user to edit:
Moving average length
This script lets you plot a simple or exponential moving average from a specific time frame that you can select. For example, if you always want the Daily 50MA on your chart, regardless of what resolution your chart is on, this will do it. It's also color coded to show if it's rising or falling.
Defaults to 1 SMA with 4 EMA bands. 200 SMA is intended to show the trend; 20,40 and 55 EMA show entries; 81 EMA is used as stop/take profit. Defaults are inspired by 'Eric Choe' but you can switch between EMA and SMA as per your own preference. Philakone uses all 5 as EMA 8, 13, 21, 55, 200
Basic script that allows you to have 3 scripts all in one EMA (exponential moving averages). They are useful to know the general trends of your chart: current long-term trend, short-term (or immediately) and general.
1 ° EMA 36 serves to define or mark action of the market trend price.
At the moment of crossing EMA 36 with EMA 200 upwards it indicates...
TRES EMAS + BANDAS DE BOLLINGER
INDICADOR 1: TRES EMAS (MEDIA MOVIL EXPONENCIAL)
Con este indicador puede visualizar el promedio de precios con mayor peso a los datos mas recientes.
Se calculan y dibujan tres medias móviles exponenciales: 4, 20 y 200 últimas velas.
-Rápida EMA1 = 4, paso = 1
-Media EMA2 = 20, paso = 2
-Lenta EMA 3 = 200, paso = 10
This indicator is a compliment to Exponential Deviation Bands . It is the difference between the upper and the lower bands divided by the middle band. It is an easy way to visualize consolidation before price movements or periods of higher volatility.
How it works
During a period of high volatility, the distance between the two bands will widen and Exponential...
I saw some discussion of this so I whipped up an example to prove the that effect of history length on EMA values is pronounced, even for bars much further than the EMA length from the first candle of the chart.
This chart has two 89-bar EMAs of the close: a green one and a red one. However, for the red one, the first 89 bars of the graph are considered to have a...