This indicator plots the absolute value of CMO averaged over three
different lengths. This indicator plots a classical-looking oscillator,
which is really an averaged value based on three different periods.
You can change long to short in the Input Settings
Please, use it only for learning or paper trading. Do not for real trading.
Simple Moving Average Cross script. Test on stocks and currency. For stocks test shorter time periods, meaning intra-day time periods such as 3min to 30min and so on to fit what is best. For currency, try longer periods with this model such as day to weeks depending on which currency.
NOTE: Take a look at your Max Drawdowns when testing. This will be the main...
Two Moving_Average cross's & Daily_Candle cross
Based on Hull_MA
Developed by Alan Hull, it is an indicator, that solves the problem with making a moving average more reactive to current price activity. The Hull Moving Average almost eliminates lag and manages to improve smoothing.
The HMA manages to stick to rapid changes in price activity, as it has superior...
The Chauvenet criterion is a well-known criterion of selection and rejection of the data used by the Physics. It establishes that in an experiment is well to discard the data whose distance from the average is greater than a certain number of the delta.
In the stock market if prices move away from the average with a volatility too high are suspect. This principle...
After reading Cam Hui's blog post about his "Trifecta" bottom spotting model I thought I'd try my hand at scripting it as an indicator. The results are pretty close to what he describes. Though the data TradingView feeds me doesn't seem to be identical to what he's using on StockCharts.com the results are close enough that I will call the effort a success worth publishing.
This function is an Pine version of the moving average described in
the January, 1998 issue of S&C magazine, p.57, "Smoothing Techniques
for More Accurate Signals", by Tim Tillson. It is translated from the
MetaStock code presented in the article. The function uses a version
of the XAverage, written by me, which allows variables as inputs.