Welcome to the NDR 63-Day QQQ-QQEW ROC% Spread script! This script is a powerful tool that calculates and visualizes the 63-day Rate of Change (ROC%) spread between the QQQ and QQEW tickers. This script is based on the research conducted by Ned Davis Research (NDR), a renowned name in the field of investment strategy. ⚙️ Key Features: 👉Rate of Change...

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The Broadview Delta (ROC) is a trading indicator designed to provide insights into significant price changes in financial markets. ROC stands for Rate of Change, and it measures the percentage difference between the current price and a price from a specific number of periods ago. The Broadview Delta takes the concept of ROC a step further by incorporating bands of...

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------------- INGLESE ------------- This indicator uses an exponential moving average (HMA) of the length specified by the user to calculate market volatility. Volatility is calculated by multiplying the Average True Range (ATR) by the simple moving average (SMA) of the volume. The code uses colors to display market conditions. If the closing price is above the...

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This is the RSI-ROC Momentum Alert trading indicator, designed to help traders identify potential buy and sell signals based on the momentum of price movements. The indicator is based on two technical indicators: the Rate of Change (ROC) and the Relative Strength Index (RSI). The ROC measures the speed of price changes over a given period, while the RSI measures...

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This indicator creates a normalized consensus from a set of other indicators -- Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO), Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO), Momentum (MOM), Rate of Change (RoC), Relative Strength Index (RSI), the True Strength Index (TSI) Value line, Volume Oscillator, and a normalized Z-score. The consensus is created by giving ranged values to each...

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v1.0 NOTE: The maths have been tested only for BTC and weekly time frame. This is a concept that I came through after long long hours of VWAP trading and scalping. The idea is pretty simple: 1) Typical Price is calculated by (h+l+c) / 3. If we take this price and adjust it to volume we get the VWAP value. The difference between this value and the close value, i...

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▮ Introduction The Rate of Change indicator (ROC) is a momentum oscillator. It was first introduced in the early 1970s by the American technical analyst Welles Wilder. It calculates the percentage change in price between periods. ROC takes the current price and compares it to a price 'n' periods (user defined) ago. The calculated value is then plotted and...

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The Oscillator Extremes indicator plots the normalized positioning of the selected oscillator versus the Bollinger Bands' upper and lower boundaries. Currently, this indicator has four different oscillators to choose from; RSI, CMO, CCI, and ROC. When the oscillator pushes towards one extreme, it will bring the value of the prevailing line closer to zero. If...

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ROCCS is a standardized rate of change oscillator with "error bars". Rate of change helps traders gauge momentum in a market by comparing the current price with the price "n" periods ago. What makes this special is you get to see the momentum of the momentum via the candle view. The candle transformation utilizes a moving average to smooth the signal however this...

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Introduction 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. Usage 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...

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Clutter Fitler is a simple indicator to demonstrate a clutter filter. The purpose of this technique is to filter useless noise. What is a Clutter Filter? For our purposes here, this is a filter that compares the slope of the trading filter output to a threshold to determine whether to shift trends. If the slope is up but the slope doesn't exceed the...

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HMA Slope Variation is an indicator that uses HMA moving average to calculate a slope that is then weighted to derive a signal. The center line The center line changes color depending on the value of the: Slope Signal line Threshold If the value is above a signal line (it is not visible on the chart) and the threshold is greater than the required,...

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Multi HMA Slopes is an indicator that checks slopes of 5 (different period) Hull Moving Averages and adds them up to show overall trend. To us this, check for color changes from red to green where there is no red if green is larger than red and there is no red when red is larger than green. When red and green both show up, its a sign of chop. What is the Hull...

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This indicator will give you the momentum readings (rate of change) for five lookback periods (15m, 60m, 4hr, 24hr, 48hr). This is useful when backtesting or retroactively logging the readings into your trade journal (there is no way to roll back the Forex Factory momentum screener that I know of). There are lines drawing in the background which are set to 100%...

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Rate Of Change Percentile calculates the current ROC (user defined length) as a percentile rank. We use 2 separate arrays, one for all positive ROC values and one for all negative values within a defined lookback period. Then the current ROC value is compared to those arrays to find it's percentile ranking. For example, a ranking of 75 means the ROC is in the...

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The Percent Rank is naturally quite choppy. I therefor placed an EMA(3) over it and make the origin Percent Rank only slightly visible. I also add some boundaries. Note that the EMA of the Percent Rank looks quite similiar to the Connors RSI. Use it as the RSI.

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This is a very basic, but powerful script. It gives you the ratio between the rate of change of the last x days and the average true range of the last y days. ---> ROC-ATR Ratio = ROC/ATR Therefore, you can see how much the price has moved relative to the prices in the past. This is important because (in my opinion) the basic ROC indicator is not very...

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This Indicator shows the Absolute Rate of Change in correlation to its Moving Average. Values over 3 (gray dotted line) can savely be considered as a breakout; values over 4.5 got a high mean-reverting chance (red dotted line). This Indicator can be used in all timeframes, however, i recommend to use it <30m, when you want search for meaningful Mean-Reverting...

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