Trend Slope Meter
This indicator measures the slope of the trend defined by a moving average or an external source. The slope is calculated by the change of price in ticks for a defined number of bars divided by the number of bars.
Source - Default: close price. Used to calculate the moving average as basis for slope measurement. Can be an...
Dissected the standard SWMA function and added options for user to change just about every part of it. Weights ,Lookback ,Source can all be changed in the settings.
Green is the standard SWMA, Using the Input value selected.(MAs/LRC/VWAP)
Red is the tuned SWMA, with the option of applying a final Output filter (MAs/LRC/VWAP). Uses 8 datapoints instead of 4 for...
The Rejection Zone Indicator can be used to help trend following traders know when to buy dips in up trends, and when to sell pull backs in down trends.
The Rejection Zone Indicator is made up of the 20 and 50 period Exponential Moving Averages. This indicator has colored shading in between these two EMAs, which acts as a nice visual. When the 20 period...
Use on a Weekly timeframe:
This moving average channel is weighted based on the new BTC offer:
I believe that the slope of the Bitcoin trend line correlates with the new supply and availability problem.
Original script "Weighted average moving average of the offer: Onchin"
Stop Loss With Average True Range (ATR)
It simplifies the calculation of stop loss price for stop loss method using the average true range (ATR).
You want to stop loss below 3 ATR. Let's assume the price is 100, the average true range is 5. You will multiply the average true range by 3 and subtract from the price and enter a stop loss order at the...
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...
Invented by Patrick Lafferty in 1999, a Sine Weighted Moving Average (SWMA) takes its weighting from the first half of a Sine wave cycle and accordingly, the most weighting is given to the data in the middle of the data set. It is therefore very similar to the Triangular Moving Average.
A sine weighted moving average (Sine-MA)...
For a dive into the fine details, see the source code/documentation.
Quad MA is a program designed to allow a wide range of flexibility in overlaying multiple moving averages onto a chart.
This program handles the ability to:
- Overlay Up to 4 moving averages on the chart.
- Change the length of each moving average.
- Adjust optional values for special...
T3 Moving Average indicator was originally developed by Tim Tillson in 1998/99.
T3 Moving Average is considered as improved and better to traditional moving averages as it is smoother and performs better in trending market conditions.
It offers multiple opportunities when the price is in the state of retracement and therefore allows to minimize your exposed risk...
This is an experimental study derived from George Lane's Stochastic Oscillator.
The %KWMA is calculated by taking a moving average of source with a %K weighting factor over its specified period.
The %DWMA is calculated by taking a simple moving average of %KWMA over its specified period.
Custom bar color scheme included.