This entry indicator was inspired by John Ehle'rs "Fractal Adaptive Moving Average"
It's a very sensitive entry indicator that must be paired with a long-term trend detector in order to filter false positives.
Warning I have not backtested this indicator and will not make any claims to its performance.
Visually, it looks promising, however, backtesting and...
This is a two stochastic in one indicator :
We have a normal stochastic, and a slower one in order to identify changes in the price movement.
At the same time I added more levels, so its easier visually to identify in each scenario we are.
The slower oscillator, also change color based on direction it has.
Green color = long direction - > buy
Red color = ...
Fast smooth indicators that produce early signals can sound utopic but mathematically its not a huge deal, the effect of early outputs based on smooth inputs can be seen on differentiators crosses, this is why i propose this indicator that aim to return extra fast signals based on a slightly modified max-min normalization method. The indicator...
RSI Ribbon + Candle
By Ricardo Santos and JR
In this chart rendering we are combining RSI and Moving Averages. For an added features we included colors to the candles and ribbons. Lime and green displays a strong bullish trend, yellow is caution or no trade, red and maroon are bearish trends. You can also find divergences using the ribbon.
Adapt To The Right Situation
There are already some Adaptive Stochastic scripts out there, but i didn't see the concept of using different periods highest/lowest for their calculations. What we want
for such oscillator is to be active when price is trending and silent during range periods. Like that the information we will see will be clear and easy to...
The indicator was generated by adding the Dow Factor to the Stochastic Relative Strength Index.( Stoch RSI )
The Dow factor is the effect of the correlation coefficient, which determines the relationship between volume and price, on the existing indicators.
With these codes we are able to integrate them numerically into the indicators.
For more information on...