Features of the Logical Trading Indicator V.1
ATR-Based Trailing Stop Loss
The Logical Trading Indicator V.1 utilizes the Average True Range (ATR) to implement a dynamic trailing stop loss. You can customize the sensitivity of your alerts by adjusting the ATR Multiple and ATR Period settings.
Higher ATR Multiple values create wider stops, while lower values...
The TrendDetector calculates waves on the chart using the built-in ZigZag indicator and detects a trend change after the last high/low update occurs in a minimum sequence of non-updated highs/lows. This assumes a continuation of the trend for the subsequent update of the remaining high/low.
For trend determination:
When you see a pink or light yellow trend...
The Momentum Memory Indicator (MMI) is a custom tool designed to predict future price movements based on the historical momentum of an asset. By calculating the Rate of Change (ROC) and then averaging it over a specified "memory" period, the MMI provides a prediction that reflects both recent and slightly older momentum data. The prediction is visualized as a...
This script is a technical analysis indicator designed to assist in identifying potential entry points and setting take profit levels in trading. It combines the Average True Range (ATR) indicator, momentum shifts, and customizable take profit levels to provide insights into potential market movements.
Differences from Currently Published Ones:
This script is...
The Standardized MACD Heikin-Ashi Transformed (St. MACD) is an advanced indicator designed to overcome the limitations of the traditional MACD. It offers a more robust and standardized measure of momentum, making it comparable across different timeframes and securities. By incorporating the Heikin-Ashi transformation, the St. MACD provides a smoother visualization...
The "Momentum, Real Time Divergences & Signals " indicator is designed to provide traders with insights into market momentum, identify potential divergences, and generate buy and sell signals. It offers a comprehensive set of features to assist traders in making informed trading decisions.
The indicator starts by calculating the momentum oscillator based on...
ATR Momentum is a dynamic technical analysis tool designed to assess the momentum of a securities price movement. It utilizes the comparison between a faster short-term Average True Range (ATR) and a slower long-term ATR to determine whether momentum is increasing or decreasing.
This indicator visually represents the momentum relationship by plotting both ATR...
The "ADX Momentum Shaded Candles" indicator (ADXMSC) is an overlay indicator that enhances candlestick charts by adding shading based on the momentum derived from the Average Directional Index (ADX). This indicator provides visual cues about the strength of bullish and bearish momentum by adjusting the transparency of the candlesticks.
The Histogram Momentum Shaded Candles indicator (HMSC) is a powerful technical analysis tool that combines the concepts of the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) indicator and shaded candlestick visualization. It provides insights into momentum and trend strength by representing the MACD histogram as shaded candles on the chart.
what is Colorful Moving Averages?
This indicator allows you to use your favorite moving averages in their advanced form.
what it does?
It gives you easy access to the following information with a single indicator: the direction and momentum of the price,
rate of change of momentum (acceleration),
time-dependent change in momentum,
and all the other information a...
This is a comprehensive trading tool that presents an overview of the market in a tabular format. It consists of five distinct categories of trading indicators : Volatility, Trend, Momentum, Reversal, and Volume. Each category includes a series of indicators that are widely used in the trading communauty.
The Volatility category includes the Average True Range...
Dynamo is built to be the Swiss-knife for price-movement & strength detection, it aims to provide a holistic view of the current price across multiple dimensions. This is achieved by combining 3 very specific indicators(RSI,...
I created this indicator to tell me when it's time to trade (going long) and when it's time to wait (or going short).
You can enter up to 13 ticker (default is S&P500 and key market segments).
For each ticker, fibonacci levels are calculated and represented either in 5 color or 3 color mode as single lines.
(Thanks to eykpunter for the fibonacci level...
Hello community, here I applied the Inverse Fisher Transform, Ehlers dominant cycle determination and smoothing methods on a simple Rate of Change (ROC) indicator
You have a lot of options to adjust the indicator.
The rate of change is most often used to measure the change in a security's price over time.
That's why it is a momentum...
Crypto-DX can be used to help measure the overall strength and direction of the crypto market trend.
Furthermore, it can be used as a screener to find out cryptocurrencies which are accumulating momentum and tends to potentially pump or dump.
How this indicator works :
If the Crypto-DX cross above the zero-level, it could be an indication that there is a...
This script mixes the Lazybear Momentum indicator, ADX indicator, and EMA.
Green = The momentum is growing and the ADX is growing or above your set value
Red = The momentum is growing on the downside and the ADX is growing or above your set value
Orange = The market doesn't have enough momentum or the ADX is not growing or above your value...
What is Faytterro Estimator?
This indicator is an advanced moving average.
What it does?
This indicator is both a moving average and at the same time, it predicts the future values that the price may take based on the values it has taken before.
How it does it?
takes the weighted average of data of the selected length (reducing the weight from the middle to the...
Trend Friendly RSI
Unlike the standard RSI, "Trend Friendly RSI" adapts to the trend. RSI and other momentum-based oscillators cannot give a buy signal in uptrends and a sell signal in downtrends because they do not take into account the momentum of the trend and behave as if the price is in a constant sideways trend. "Trend Friendly RSI", on the other hand, takes...