This indicator is made up of 6 indicators: 4 trend (RSI, MFI, BB, Stochastic) and 2 volume. The 2's for volume are the PVI (positive volume index) and the NVI (negative volume index). These two indicators are the interesting ones as they are programmed to proportionally attribute the volume traded between the strong hands (sharks) and the weak hands (minnows).
As for what time period to use, the bigger the better, since after all what we are doing is data analysis and therefore the more data, the better.
When strong hands (blue histogram) are below zero, they are said to be selling while when they are above zero, they are said to be buying. The same goes for weak hands (green histogram).
Meaning of each zone:
Blue histogram: strong hand (sharks). If it is positive it indicates accumulation and if it is negative distribution.
Green histogram: weak hand (minnows). If it is positive it indicates buy and if it is negative it indicates sale.
Brown histogram: Indicates the trend and depends on previous values of weak hands and trend indicators (RSI, MFI, BB, Stochastic).
Red line: It is an average that smoothes the trend indicated by the brown histogram (default is the EMA).
The pattern gives us a bullish entry signal when the trend (brown histogram) crosses above the average (red line) and is positioned bearish when the trend crosses below the average.
When the price trend (brown histogram) tends to zero, it means that there will be a change in its trend. This pattern is for trading in a bullish position.
When a cross between the average (red line) and the trend (brown histogram) has already occurred, and in addition the weak hands are above the price trend, that "spring on the mountain" is formed that gives us to understand that the upward trend will be more than evident.
This pattern occurs when there is panic in the market and weak hands are selling (below zero). If at that moment the strong hands are buyers, the price tends to level off to begin the rise later.
This pattern is compatible with the Crossover Pattern, having more guarantees of success. If just after finishing the mirror pattern, the Crossover Pattern plus the Spring Pattern appears, then we have a good chance of winning.
Bear Hug Pattern
This pattern is for bearish positions only. It is the opposite figure to the mirror pattern. That is, we have strong hands clearly selling and weak hands clearly buying and above the price trend (brown histogram). It is the figure where you can see that the strong hands are distributing the assets to the weak hands.
If when the mirror pattern occurs, the red line crosses the blue histogram, a very strong bullish entry signal is produced.
Add an exit signal which occurs when we are in a spring pattern but the big hands start selling, mostly coinciding with the start of the bear hug pattern.
General rules for operating the Mirror Pattern:
a) Wait for the green histogram to start recovery, rise to positive values; if possible, until it crosses from bottom to top the brown line (brown histogram) and/or red average .
b) The blue histogram should be consistently positive. If it turns and goes towards negative values it can indicate a failed pattern at that same point.
c) Locate the low of the lower candle within the pattern and place the Stop Loss just below it for reference.
d) If we are not sure (we almost never will be) that there will be a turn or if it could finally be a bearish continuation we can use the SL to go short .
A panel with performance statistics of the analyzed asset was added.
Added an indicator that shows the cumulative delta volume in the form of triangles at the top of the chart.
Added of user @DonovanWall
PS: Unofficial version, I was guided by the description of the BLAI5 author's website www.blai5.net/catego...ndicadores/koncorde/
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Added the MACD in the form of circles at the top.
The light green color means that the MACD line crossed from below to above the Signal lines, and also the MACD line is above the zero level.
The dark green color when it occurs when the MACD line crosses down to the Signal line but the MACD line remains above zero.
The light red color means that the MACD line is below the Signal line, and also the MACD line is below the zero level.
The dark red color means that the MACD line is above the Signal line but the MACD line remains below zero.
Time Segmented Volume (TSV) was developed by Worden Brothers Inc to be a leading indicator by comparing various time segments of both price and volume . Essentialy it is designed to measure the amount of money flowing in and out of an instrument.
If the histogram (TSV) is greater than zero and greater than the moving average, price should be moving long and there will be a green box below the chart.
If TSV falls below the moving average while still being greater than zero, the trend may be exhausting and has been coded to read Price Action Long - FAILURE with a green x below the chart.
If the histogram (TSV) is less than zero and less than the moving average, price should be moving short and there will be a red box below the chart.
If TSV rises above the moving average while still being less than zero, the trend may be exhausting and has been coded to read Price Action Short - FAILURE with a red x below the chart.