This study demonstrates 15 different common moving averages.
SMA, Double SMA, Triple SMA
EMA, Double EMA, Triple EMA
WMA, Double WMA, Triple WMA
VWMA, Double VWMA, Triple VWMA
Hull, Double Hull, Triple Hull
Buy/Sell alerts are given for crossover/under conditions.
Triangles at the bottom, pointing up are buy signals. Triangles at the top, pointing down, are sell signals
PROBLEM DEFINITION 1 : To Avoid False Breakouts
PROBLEM DEFINITION 2 : To Ascertain if the trend has changed when a Stock opens with a Gap up or Gap Down
## PROBABLE SOLUTION : Use a Moving Average with lot of latency
## PROBLEM WITH ABOVE SOLUTION : Misses on lot of trades, Late exits leads to drain on winning trades
S O L U T I O N
An Indicator which...
MA+ is a multi time frame moving average indicator with more than a dozen different moving averages (like KAMA, VAMA, JMA, HMA and much more).
More moving averages will be added on every update, hence Follow me to get notified.
MA+ Supports automatic (AUTO in settings) time frame multiplier. For example, if you set 'Auto Resolution Multiplier' to 6, and your...
This script is an improvement on the idea published on " Time Series Lag Reduction Filter "
This script allows users to select the Moving Average of his choice. Helps precise entries and precise exits.
Since every Moving Average is different, play with the settings to get the best fit. If the "Lag Reduce" overshoots bring down the number.
This study visually demonstrates Fibonacci moving averages.
The darker the color, the stronger the signal is for either buying or selling.
Buys/Sells only take place when each moving average is above/below the its adjactent fibonacci sequence, i.e 5<8<13<21<34<55<89<144 for buying..
Alerts are provided as BUY ASSET and SELL ASSET.
Multiple moving averages are...
This moving average is sensitive and reacts quickly to significant price movements, while remaining indifferent to small price moves.
Smoothed Sensitive MA is triple weighted for price changes.
It takes in one parameter "Length", which is used as both
1. the lookback period for price change,
zCC=abs(close-close [ len ])
and also as
2. the number of periods to...