The Bollinger Imbalance Oscillator is used for *mean reversion* purposes only.
It uses Double Bollinger deviation levels to determine each level of perceived imbalance.
When price start to revert to its mean after an imbalance, small char-type arrows appear to assist with direction.
This oscillator also includes a squeeze feature on the center-line, based on...
This is a continuation of my series on forecasting techniques. The idea behind the Simple Mean method is to somehow extend historical mean to the future. In this case a forecast equals to last value plus average change.
//Every spread & central tendency measure in 1 script with comfortable visualization, including scrips's status line.
- Standard deviation (for most cases);
- Average deviation (if there are extreme values);
- GstDev - Geometric Standard Deviation (exclusively for Geometric Mean);
- HstDev - Harmonic Deviation (exclusively for Harmonic...
The other way to build bands around price that uses Mean Absolute Deviation instead of Standard Deviation.
MAD is also a measure of variability, but less frequently used. MAD is better for use with distributions other than the Gaussian.
MAD is always less than or equal to Standard Deviation and the resulting bands are more tighter for the same parameters if we...
Ok, Here we go - Version 1 of TTM Reversion Band goes live.
Link to TTM Reversion Band - www.tradethemarkets.com
Link to TTM Reversion Band Guide - kb.simplertrading.com
John Carters Mastering the trade - www.amazon.com
For the amount of information this has, the price tag is not hefty.
John's RTM Chapter Synopsis - www.tradethemarkets.com
What did I...
This script shows the price development over the last year (default: green) and mean prices over the last three (default: light green), six (default: orange) and nine (default: red) years and is therefore at least some kind of approach towards true seasonality.
Thanks to user "apozdnyakov" for providing most of the code!
Dieses Skript zeigt...
Inspired by the Brownian Motion ("BM") model that could be applied to conducting Monte Carlo Simulations, this indicator plots out the Drift factor contributing to BM.
Interpretation : If the Drift value is positive, then prices are possibly moving in an uptrend. Vice versa for negative drifts.
This is a simplified version of the Hurst Exponent indicator.
In the meantime, I'm working on the full version. It's computationally intensive, so it's a challenge to squeeze it to PineScript limits. It will require some time to optimize it, so I decided to publish a simplified version for now.
The Hurst exponent is used as a measure of long-term memory of time...
Volatility is cyclical, after a large move up or down the market typically "ranges" during the next session. Directional order flow that enters the market during this subsequent session tends not to persist, this non-persistency of transactions leads to a non-trend day which is when I trade intraday reversionary strategies.
This script finds trend days in BTC...
Introduction: This strategy is a modification of the “3-day Mean Reversion Strategy” from the book "High Probability ETF Trading" by Larry Connors and Cesar Alvarez. In the book, the authors discuss a high-probability ETF mean reversion strategy for a 1-day time-frame with these simple rules:
The price must be above the 200 day SMA and below the 5 day SMA.
I like trading the 1 minute and 3 minutes time-frames. I'm what is commonly called a "scalper". Long term investments yes, I have some, but for trading, I don't have neither the time,
nor the patience to wait hours or days for my trade to be complete.
This doesn't mean I discount the higher time-frames, no, I actually rely heavily on them. I found that EMAs do a...
The Ergodic Mean Deviation Indicator was created by William Blau and this is a hidden gem that takes the difference between the current price and it's exponential moving average and then double smooths the result to create this indicator. This double smoothing of course creates a lag that allows it to give off a sustained buy signal during a bullish trend and vice...
Simple MA's 20 and 50 are averaged to produce a mean MA line. I like the smoothness of it, and it can help you stay in a trade in the slow moving trends. Also if you start to see a large cloud in your favor, it could be a great time take the profits.