Banana RSI is not just ap-PEAL-ing to the eyes!
This simple little indicator provides a New Approach to determining Overbought and Oversold levels, as well as taking advantage of a non-typical smoothing method for this type of indicator.
Banana RSI uses a Cumulative High and Low Average to draw the upper, lower, and midline.
The High and Low Averages use the...
The Moving Average Lab allows to create any possible combination of up to 3 given MAs. It is meant to help you find the perfect MA that fits your style, strategy and market type.
This script allows to average, weight, double and triple multiple types and lengths of Moving Averages
Currently supported MA types are:
#TOMMAR #MultiMovingAverages #MMAR
Dear fellow traders, this is Tommy, and today I'd like to introduce you to the Multi-Moving Averages Ribbon (MMAR) indicator, which I believe to be one of the best MMAR indicators available on TradingView. Moving Averages is a popular technical analysis tool used to smooth out price data by creating an average of past price data...
This is part of a new series we are calling "Strategy Myth-Busting" where we take open public manual trading strategies and automate them. The goal is to not only validate the authenticity of the claims but to provide an automated version for traders who wish to trade autonomously.
Our 9th one is an automated version of the "I Tested The Best 1 Minute Scalping...
This indicator is best suited for mean reversion trading, shorting at the upper band and buying at the lower band, but it can be used in all the same ways as a standard bollinger band.
It differs from a normal bollinger band because it is centered around the linear regression line, as opposed to the moving average line, and uses the linear regression of the...
this indicator serves to differentiate the classic Moving Average with a different style
There are 3 Moving Average editable with the Source, length, timeframe and styles. the styles are:
SMA = Simple moving average
EMA = Exponential moving average
WMA = Weighted moving average
RMA = Rolling moving average
HMA = Hull moving average
JMA = ...
This is my Channel Surfing indicator. It fires Buy and Sell signals based on multiple conditions. You can use EMAs or LSMAs. You will have to check the box of which moving averages to use once you add it to the chart. It plots EMAs or LSMAs using the different sources Close, Low, and High as the channel to surf. It fires a Buy signal if price crosses the...
Multi Timeframe Exponential Moving Average Ribbon & Bands + Boillinger Bands
I used the script "EMA Ribbon - low clutter, configurable " by adam24x, I made some color change and I added a few indicators (Boillinger Bands, EMA on multi timeframe and EMA bands from "34 EMA Bands " by VishvaP).
The script can display various EMA from the chart's timeframe but...
This indicator displays the Moving Average Convergane and Divergence ( MACD ) of individually configured Fast, Slow and Signal Moving Averages. Buy and sell alerts can be set based on moving average crossovers, consecutive convergence/divergence of the moving averages, and directional changes in the histogram moving averages.
The Fast, Slow and Signal Moving...
The ratings algo is my discount version of the many paid-for algorithms put out by numerous different companies. A technical "rating" (by default between -10 and 10) is produced for each candle, telling the user when to buy, sell, or hold. I took 11 of my personal favorite indicators to develop a rating system. They are:
50/200 SMA crossover
This script calculates the average percentage gain/loss following a price crossover of a moving of any length, up until prices cross back under the MA.
The script calculates the average number of candles that the source (i.e. close, open, low, ohlc4) remains above the moving average until crossing back under, in addition to the number of crosses....
This script calculates the performance of any asset following a golden cross of two moving averages of any length!
The calculated moving averages are: SMA, EMA, HMA, VWMA, WMA, LSMA, and ALMA
The best performing moving average for the selected data series is listed first, followed by a descending order.
The indicator works on any timeframe, any asset, and...
This indicator uses the Least Squares Moving Average (LSMA) in tandem with the Arnaud Legoux Moving Average (ALMA) and Hull Moving Average (HMA) to generate buy-sell signals, represented by the light blue and orange crosses respectively.
The yellow lines produced by the indicator show periods of market uncertainty and possible reversal, and a modified,...
The MA Visualizer is made up of 5 Moving Averages (MA)
All MA change color when the price closes above or below the MA line.
The background between the MA line and price will also change color, this creates the Visualizer.
When two or more MA are selected the two visualizer's will combine and create a gradient effect.
Each MA can be adjusted with 6 source...
This indicator centers a moving average around the hl2 of the price. This is calculated as the difference of two moving averages. The upper band is a 9 period exponential moving average, the lower band is a 7 period moving average and the center line is the average between the two. The "Fast Line" is our signal line in this oscillator. When the price is hovering...
Keltner Channel with user options to calculate the moving average basis and envelopes from a variety of different moving averages.
The user selects their choice of moving average, and the envelopes automatically adjust. The user may select a MA that reacts faster to volatility or slower/smoother.
Added additional options to color the envelopes or basis based on...
This indicator calculates many different moving averages and displays whether they are increasing or decreasing as a panel/table instead of a plot. Rows/columns can be removed from the table as needed in the options menu, there is also a mobile friendly/compact option as well as a location option.
Note: This script is large and may take a few moments to load.
This script is forked from the ‘ Double Colored Least Squares Moving Average + Crossover Alerts ‘ from @IronKnightmare.
First release & notes : 2021-11-03.
The Least Squares Moving Average is used mainly as a crossover signal to identify bullish or bearish trends. When a shorter duration line cross a longer one a trend can be identified. When...