Union of three RSI indicators: 1h, 4h and daily. In order to show 1h RSI, you have to set it as active time frame on the chart.
Purpose: spot "triple oversold" moments, where all the three RSI are under the threshold, which is 30 by default but editable.
Target Market: Cryptocurrencies. Didn't try it on other ones, may work as well. Fits Crypto well as, by...
This is the Matrix oscillator made by glaz. So credit goes to him.
I made some minor modifications to it:
1. added a zeroline
2. added 3 options to color bars/candles depending on:
- if the oscillator is above/below 0
- if it's oversold/bought*
- if the matrix has a green bar or a red
That's all :)
This is an implementation of the Stochastic Momentum Index from William Blau's his article in Stocks & Commodities.
This also allows the use of various different kinds of moving averages for the signal line. Options for this argument are:
sma (simple moving average)
ema (exponential moving average)
wma (weighted moving average)
trima (triangular moving...
HOW IT WORKS
Creates two murrey math oscillators (hidden) one with 256 length another with 32 length and compare each other.
WHAT GIVE ME THIS SCRIPT
The script can give you very valuable information:
- Main Trend
- Pullbacks detections
- Extreme overbought oversold prices alerts
- Any timeframe usage
REFERENCES OF USAGE
This study project is an updated version of the implementation of the "Stochastic False BAR" indicator.
The standard Stochastic buy/sell indications come from Stochastic crosses about the standard overbought/oversold zones (80/20). This does not always work and you get stuck in the OB/OS zones with a trend continuation. Utilising a second much longer...
Here is an open source (no request needed!) version of the Self-Adjusting RSI by David Sepiashvili.
Published in Stocks & Commodities V. 24:2 (February, 2006): The Self-Adjusting RSI
David Sepiashvili's article, "The Self-Adjusting RSI," presents a technique to adjust the traditional RSI overbought and oversold thresholds so as to ensure that 70-80% of RSI...
Corrected Relative Volatility Index. This indicator was originally developed by Donald Dorsey (Stocks & Commodities V.11:6 (253-256): The Relative Volatility Index).
The indicator was revised by Dorsey in 1995 (Stocks & Commodities V.13:09 (388-391): Refining the Relative Volatility Index).
I suggest the refined RVI with optional settings. If you disabled...
A CHANGE of background color indicates a trade opportunity :
Cyan background = BUY
Purple background = SELL
The bullish signals seem to be better than the bearish ones.
Based on the "Willy" indicator.
Don't change the parameters unless you fully understand the consequences.
Use with brains and caution :)