NASI +The NASI + indicator is an advanced adaptation of the classic McClellan Oscillator, a tool widely used to gauge market breadth. It calculates the McClellan Oscillator by measuring the difference between the 19-day and 39-day EMAs of net advancing issues, which are optionally adjusted to account for the relative strength of advancing vs. declining stocks.
To enhance this analysis, NASI + applies the Relative Strength Index (RSI) to the cumulative McClellan Oscillator values, generating a unique momentum-based view of market breadth. Additionally, two extra EMAs—a 10-day and a 4-day EMA—are applied to the RSI, providing further refinement to signals for overbought and oversold conditions.
With NASI +, users benefit from:
-A deeper analysis of market momentum through cumulative breadth data.
-Enhanced sensitivity to trend shifts with the applied RSI and dual EMAs.
-Clear visual cues for overbought and oversold conditions, aiding in intuitive signal identification.

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CMF and Scaled EFI OverlayCMF and Scaled EFI Overlay Indicator
Overview
The CMF and Scaled EFI Overlay indicator combines the Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) and a scaled version of the Elder Force Index (EFI) into a single chart. This allows traders to analyze both indicators simultaneously, facilitating better insights into market momentum and volume dynamics , specifically focusing on buying/selling pressure and momentum , without compromising the integrity of either indicator.
Purpose
Chaikin Money Flow (CMF): Measures buying and selling pressure by evaluating price and volume over a specified period. It indicates accumulation (buying pressure) when values are positive and distribution (selling pressure) when values are negative.
Elder Force Index (EFI): Combines price changes and volume to assess the momentum behind market moves. Positive values indicate upward momentum (prices rising with strong volume), while negative values indicate downward momentum (prices falling with strong volume).
By scaling the EFI to match the amplitude of the CMF, this indicator enables a direct comparison between pressure and momentum , preserving their shapes and zero crossings. Traders can observe the relationship between price movements, volume, and momentum more effectively, aiding in decision-making.
Understanding Pressure vs. Momentum
Chaikin Money Flow (CMF):
- Indicates the level of demand (buying pressure) or supply (selling pressure) in the market based on volume and price movements.
- Accumulation: When institutional or large investors are buying significant amounts of an asset, leading to an increase in buying pressure.
- Distribution: When these investors are selling off their holdings, increasing selling pressure.
Elder Force Index (EFI):
- Measures the strength and speed of price movements, indicating how forceful the current trend is.
- Positive Momentum: Prices are rising quickly, indicating a strong uptrend.
- Negative Momentum: Prices are falling rapidly, indicating a strong downtrend.
Understanding the difference between pressure and momentum is crucial. For example, a market may exhibit strong buying pressure (positive CMF) but weak momentum (low EFI), suggesting accumulation without significant price movement yet.
Features
Overlay of CMF and Scaled EFI: Both indicators are plotted on the same chart for easy comparison of pressure and momentum dynamics.
Customizable Parameters: Adjust lengths for CMF and EFI calculations and fine-tune the scaling factor for optimal alignment.
Preserved Indicator Integrity: The scaling method preserves the shape and zero crossings of the EFI, ensuring accurate analysis.
How It Works
CMF Calculation:
- Calculates the Money Flow Multiplier (MFM) and Money Flow Volume (MFV) to assess buying and selling pressure.
- CMF is computed by summing the MFV over the specified length and dividing by the sum of volume over the same period:
CMF = (Sum of MFV over n periods) / (Sum of Volume over n periods)
EFI Calculation:
- Calculates the EFI using the Exponential Moving Average (EMA) of the price change multiplied by volume:
EFI = EMA(n, Change in Close * Volume)
Scaling the EFI:
- The EFI is scaled by multiplying it with a user-defined scaling factor to match the CMF's amplitude.
Plotting:
- Both the CMF and the scaled EFI are plotted on the same chart.
- A zero line is included for reference, aiding in identifying crossovers and divergences.
Indicator Settings
Inputs
CMF Length (`cmf_length`):
- Default: 20
- Description: The number of periods over which the CMF is calculated. A higher value smooths the indicator but may delay signals.
EFI Length (`efi_length`):
- Default: 13
- Description: The EMA length for the EFI calculation. Adjusting this value affects the sensitivity of the EFI to price changes.
EFI Scaling Factor (`efi_scaling_factor`):
- Default: 0.000001
- Description: A constant used to scale the EFI to match the CMF's amplitude. Fine-tuning this value ensures the indicators align visually.
How to Adjust the EFI Scaling Factor
Start with the Default Value:
- Begin with the default scaling factor of `0.000001`.
Visual Inspection:
- Observe the plotted indicators. If the EFI appears too large or small compared to the CMF, proceed to adjust the scaling factor.
Fine-Tune the Scaling Factor:
- Increase or decrease the scaling factor incrementally (e.g., `0.000005`, `0.00001`, `0.00005`) until the amplitudes of the CMF and EFI visually align.
- The optimal scaling factor may vary depending on the asset and timeframe.
Verify Alignment:
- Ensure that the scaled EFI preserves the shape and zero crossings of the original EFI.
- Overlay the original EFI (if desired) to confirm alignment.
How to Use the Indicator
Analyze Buying/Selling Pressure and Momentum:
- Positive CMF (>0): Indicates accumulation (buying pressure).
- Negative CMF (<0): Indicates distribution (selling pressure).
- Positive EFI: Indicates positive momentum (prices rising with strong volume).
- Negative EFI: Indicates negative momentum (prices falling with strong volume).
Look for Indicator Alignment:
- Both CMF and EFI Positive:
- Suggests strong bullish conditions with both buying pressure and upward momentum.
- Both CMF and EFI Negative:
- Indicates strong bearish conditions with selling pressure and downward momentum.
Identify Divergences:
- CMF Positive, EFI Negative:
- Buying pressure exists, but momentum is negative; potential for a bullish reversal if momentum shifts.
- CMF Negative, EFI Positive:
- Selling pressure exists despite rising prices; caution advised as it may indicate a potential bearish reversal.
Confirm Signals with Other Analysis:
- Use this indicator in conjunction with other technical analysis tools (e.g., trend lines, support/resistance levels) to confirm trading decisions.
Example Usage
Scenario 1: Bullish Alignment
- CMF Positive: Indicates accumulation (buying pressure).
- EFI Positive and Increasing: Shows strengthening upward momentum.
- Interpretation:
- Strong bullish signal suggesting that buyers are active, and the price is likely to continue rising.
- Action:
- Consider entering a long position or adding to existing ones.
Scenario 2: Bearish Divergence
- CMF Negative: Indicates distribution (selling pressure).
- EFI Positive but Decreasing: Momentum is positive but weakening.
- Interpretation:
- Potential bearish reversal; price may be rising but underlying selling pressure suggests caution.
- Action:
- Be cautious with long positions; consider tightening stop-losses or preparing for a possible trend reversal.
Tips
Adjust for Different Assets:
- The optimal scaling factor may differ across assets due to varying price and volume characteristics.
- Always adjust the scaling factor when analyzing a new asset.
Monitor Indicator Crossovers:
- Crossings above or below the zero line can signal potential trend changes.
Watch for Divergences:
- Divergences between the CMF and EFI can provide early warning signs of trend reversals.
Combine with Other Indicators:
- Enhance your analysis by combining this overlay with other indicators like moving averages, RSI, or Ichimoku Cloud.
Limitations
Scaling Factor Sensitivity:
- An incorrect scaling factor may misalign the indicators, leading to inaccurate interpretations.
- Regular adjustments may be necessary when switching between different assets or timeframes.
Not a Standalone Indicator:
- Should be used as part of a comprehensive trading strategy.
- Always consider other market factors and indicators before making trading decisions.
Disclaimer
No Guarantee of Performance:
- Past performance is not indicative of future results.
- Trading involves risk, and losses can exceed deposits.
Use at Your Own Risk:
- This indicator is provided for educational purposes.
- The author is not responsible for any financial losses incurred while using this indicator.
Code Summary
//@version=5
indicator(title="CMF and Scaled EFI Overlay", shorttitle="CMF & Scaled EFI", overlay=false)
cmf_length = input.int(20, minval=1, title="CMF Length")
efi_length = input.int(13, minval=1, title="EFI Length")
efi_scaling_factor = input.float(0.000001, title="EFI Scaling Factor", minval=0.0, step=0.000001)
// --- CMF Calculation ---
ad = high != low ? ((2 * close - low - high) / (high - low)) * volume : 0
mf = math.sum(ad, cmf_length) / math.sum(volume, cmf_length)
// --- EFI Calculation ---
efi_raw = ta.ema(ta.change(close) * volume, efi_length)
// --- Scale EFI ---
efi_scaled = efi_raw * efi_scaling_factor
// --- Plotting ---
plot(mf, color=color.green, title="CMF", linewidth=2)
plot(efi_scaled, color=color.red, title="EFI (Scaled)", linewidth=2)
hline(0, color=color.gray, title="Zero Line", linestyle=hline.style_dashed)
- Lines 4-6: Define input parameters for CMF length, EFI length, and EFI scaling factor.
- Lines 9-11: Calculate the CMF.
- Lines 14-16: Calculate the EFI.
- Line 19: Scale the EFI by the scaling factor.
- Lines 22-24: Plot the CMF, scaled EFI, and zero line.
Feedback and Support
Suggestions: If you have ideas for improvements or additional features, please share your feedback.
Support: For assistance or questions regarding this indicator, feel free to contact the author through TradingView.
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By combining the CMF and scaled EFI into a single overlay, this indicator provides a powerful tool for traders to analyze market dynamics more comprehensively. Adjust the parameters to suit your trading style, and always practice sound risk management.

GAP Momentum Oscillator
This function calculates GAP Momentum, a measure of momentum based on the gaps between opening and closing prices over several periods.
Gaps are calculated for defined periods (here, by default, 14 periods). It determines :
UpGaps: the sum of positive gaps, i.e. openings that are higher than the previous period's close.
DnGaps: the sum of negative gaps, i.e. openings below the previous period's close.
It then calculates the GAP Momentum as the ratio between the sum of the up gaps and the sum of the down gaps, multiplied by 100. If the total of the down gaps is zero, the ratio takes a default value of 1 to avoid division by zero.

Ultra Money FlowIntroduction
The Ultra Money Flow script is a technical indicator for analyzing stock trends. It highlights buying and selling power, helping you identify bullish (rising) or bearish (falling) market trends.
Detailed Description
The Ultra Money Flow script calculates and visually displays two main components: Fast and Slow money flow. These components represent short-term and long-term trends, respectively.
Here's how it works:
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Inputs
You can adjust the speed of analysis (Fast Length and Slow Length) and the type of smoothing applied (e.g., Simple Moving Average, Exponential Moving Average).
Choose colors for visualizing the trends, with blue for bullish (positive) and orange for bearish (negative) movements.
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Money Flow Calculation
The script analyzes price changes (delta) over specified periods.
It separates upward price movements (buying power) from downward ones (selling power).
It then calculates the difference between these powers for both Fast and Slow components.
The types of smoothing methods range from traditional ones like the Simple Moving Average (SMA) to advanced ones like the Double Expotential Moving Average (DEMA) or the Triple Exponential Moving Average (TEMA) or the Recursive Moving Average (RMA) or the Weigthend Moving Average (WMA) or the Volume Weigthend Moving Average (VWMA) or Hull Moving Average (HMA).
Very Special ones are the Triple Weigthend Moving Average (TWMA) wich created RedKTrader .
I created the Multi Weigthend Moving Average (MWMA) wich is a simple signal line to the TWMA.
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Divergence
This indicator can show divergence by comparing the direction of price movements with the indicator value.
If the price and the indicator move in opposite directions, you can use these signals to help decide when to buy or sell.
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Auto Scaling
The script adjusts its calculations based on the time frame you are viewing, whether it's minutes, hours, or days, ensuring accurate representation across different time scales.
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Plotting
The script plots the Fast component as a histogram and the Slow component as a line, using the chosen colors to indicate bullish or bearish trends.
The thickness and transparency of these plots give additional clues about the strength of the trend.
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By using this indicator, traders can easily spot shifts in buying and selling power, allowing for better-informed decisions in the market.
Special Thanks
I use the TWMA-Function created from RedKTrader to smooth the values.
Special thanks to him for creating and sharing this function!

Advanced Stochastic ForLoopAdvanced Stochastic ForLoop
OVERVIEW
Advanced Stochastic ForLoop is an improved version of Stochastic it is designed to calculate an array of values 1 or -1 depending if soruce for calculations is above or below basis.
It takes avereage of values over a range of lengths, providing trend signals smothed based on various moving averages in order to get rid of noise.
It offers flexibility with different signal modes and visual customizations.
TYPE OF SIGNALS
-FAST (MA > MA or MA > 0.99)
-SLOW (MA > 0)
-THRESHOLD CROSSING (set by user treshold for both directions)
-FAST THRESHOLD (when theres an change in signal by set margin e.g 0.4 -> 0.2 means bearsih when FT is set to 0.1, when MA is > 0.99 it will signal bullish, when MA < -0.99 it will signal bearish)
Generaly Lime color of line indicates Bullish, Fuchsia indicates Bearish.
This colors are not set in stone so you can change them in settings.
Alerts included when line color is:
-Bullish Trend, line color is lime
-Bearish Trend, line color is fuchsia
Credit
Idea for this script was from one of indicators created by www.tradingview.com
Warning
This indicator can be really noisy depending on the settings, signal mode so it should be used preferably as a part of an strategy not as a stand alone indicator
Remember the lower the timeframe you use the more noise there is.
No single indicator should be used alone when making investment decisions.

KASPA Slope OscillatorKASPA Slope Oscillator for analyzing KASPA on the 1D (daily) chart.
The indicator is plotted in a separate pane below the price chart and uses a mathematical approach to calculate and visualize the momentum or "slope" of KASPA's price movements.
Input Parameters:
Slope Window (days):
Defines the period (66 days by default) over which the slope is calculated.
Normalization Window (days):
The window size (85 days) for normalizing the slope values between 0 and 100.
Smoothing Period:
The number of days (15 days) over which the slope values are smoothed to reduce noise.
Overbought and Oversold Levels:
Threshold levels set at 80 (overbought) and 20 (oversold), respectively.
Calculation of the Slope:
Logarithmic Price Calculation:
Converts the close price of KASPA into a logarithmic scale to account for exponential growth or decay.
Rolling Slope:
Computes the rate of change in logarithmic prices over the defined slope window.
Normalization:
The slope is normalized between 0 and 100, allowing easier identification of extreme values.
Smoothing and Visualization:
Smoothing the Slope:
A Simple Moving Average (SMA) is applied to the normalized slope for the specified smoothing period.
Plotting the Oscillator:
The smoothed slope is plotted on the oscillator chart. Horizontal lines indicate overbought (80), oversold (20), and the mid-level (50).
Background Color Indications:
Background colors (red or green) indicate when the slope crosses above the overbought or below the oversold levels, respectively, signaling potential buy or sell conditions.
Detection of Local Maxima and Minima:
The code identifies local peaks (maxima) above the overbought level and troughs (minima) below the oversold level.
Vertical background lines are highlighted in red or green at these points, signaling potential reversals.
Short Summary:
The oscillator line fluctuates between 0 and 100, representing the normalized momentum of the price.
Red background areas indicate periods when the oscillator is above the overbought level (80), suggesting a potential overbought condition or a sell signal.
Green background areas indicate periods when the oscillator is below the oversold level (20), suggesting a potential oversold condition or a buy signal.
The vertical lines on the background mark local maxima and minima where price reversals may occur.
(I also want to thank @ForgoWork for optimizing visuality and cleaning up the source code)

Momentum & Squeeze Oscillator [UAlgo]The Momentum & Squeeze Oscillator is a technical analysis tool designed to help traders identify shifts in market momentum and potential squeeze conditions. This oscillator combines multiple timeframes and periods to provide a detailed view of market dynamics. It enhances the decision-making process for both short-term and long-term traders by visualizing momentum with customizable colors and alerts.
🔶 Key Features
Custom Timeframe Selection: Allows users to select a custom timeframe for oscillator calculations, providing flexibility in analyzing different market periods.
Recalculation Option: Enables or disables the recalculation of the indicator, offering more control over real-time data processing.
Squeeze Background Visualization: Highlights potential squeeze conditions with a background color, helping traders quickly spot consolidation periods.
Adjustable Squeeze Sensitivity: Users can modify the sensitivity of the squeeze detection, tailoring the indicator to their specific trading style and market conditions.
Bar Coloring Condition: Option to color the price bars based on momentum conditions, enhancing the visual representation of market trends.
Threshold Bands: Option to fill threshold bands for a clearer visualization of overbought and oversold levels.
Reference Lines: Display reference lines for overbought, oversold, and mid-levels, aiding in quick assessment of momentum extremes.
Multiple Output Modes: Offers different output visualization modes, including:
ALL: Displays all calculated momentum values (fast, medium, slow).
AVG: Shows the average momentum, providing a consolidated view.
STD: Displays the standard deviation of momentum, useful for understanding volatility.
Alerts: Configurable alerts for key momentum events such as crossovers and squeeze conditions, keeping traders informed of important market changes.
🔶 Usage
The Momentum & Squeeze Oscillator can be used for various trading purposes:
Trend Identification: Use the oscillator to determine the direction and strength of market trends. By analyzing the average, fast, medium, and slow momentum lines, traders can gain insights into short-term and long-term market movements.
Squeeze Detection: The indicator highlights periods of low volatility (squeeze conditions) which often precede significant price movements. Traders can use this information to anticipate and prepare for potential breakouts.
Overbought/Oversold Conditions: The oscillator helps identify overbought and oversold conditions, indicating potential reversal points. This is particularly useful for timing entry and exit points in the market.
Momentum Shifts: By monitoring the crossover of momentum lines with key levels (e.g., the 50 level), traders can spot shifts in market momentum, allowing them to adjust their positions accordingly.
🔶 Disclaimer:
Use with Caution: This indicator is provided for educational and informational purposes only and should not be considered as financial advice. Users should exercise caution and perform their own analysis before making trading decisions based on the indicator's signals.
Not Financial Advice: The information provided by this indicator does not constitute financial advice, and the creator (UAlgo) shall not be held responsible for any trading losses incurred as a result of using this indicator.
Backtesting Recommended: Traders are encouraged to backtest the indicator thoroughly on historical data before using it in live trading to assess its performance and suitability for their trading strategies.
Risk Management: Trading involves inherent risks, and users should implement proper risk management strategies, including but not limited to stop-loss orders and position sizing, to mitigate potential losses.
No Guarantees: The accuracy and reliability of the indicator's signals cannot be guaranteed, as they are based on historical price data and past performance may not be indicative of future results.

Fusion MFI RSIHello fellas,
This superb indicator summons two monsters called Relative Strength Index (RSI) and Money Flow Index (MFI) and plays the Yu-Gi-Oh! card "Polymerization" to combine them.
Overview
The Fusion MFI RSI Indicator is an advanced analytical tool designed to provide a nuanced understanding of market dynamics by combining the Relative Strength Index (RSI) and the Money Flow Index (MFI). Enhanced with sophisticated smoothing techniques and the Inverse Fisher Transform (IFT), this indicator excels in identifying key market conditions such as overbought and oversold states, trends, and potential reversal points.
Key Features (Brief Overview)
Fusion of RSI and MFI: Integrates momentum and volume for a comprehensive market analysis.
Advanced Smoothing Techniques: Employs Hann Window, Jurik Moving Average (JMA), T3 Smoothing, and Super Smoother to refine signals.
Inverse Fisher Transform (IFT) Enhances the clarity and distinctiveness of indicator outputs.
Detailed Feature Analysis
Fusion of RSI and MFI
RSI (Relative Strength Index): Developed by J. Welles Wilder Jr., the RSI measures the speed and magnitude of directional price movements. Wilder recommended using a 14-day period and identified overbought conditions above 70 and oversold conditions below 30.
MFI (Money Flow Index): Created by Gene Quong and Avrum Soudack, the MFI combines price and volume to measure trading pressure. It is typically calculated using a 14-day period, with over 80 considered overbought and under 20 as oversold.
Application in Fusion: By combining RSI and MFI, the indicator leverages RSI's sensitivity to price changes with MFI's volume-weighted confirmation, providing a robust analysis tool. This combination is particularly effective in confirming the strength behind price movements, making the signals more reliable.
Advanced Smoothing Techniques
Hann Window: Traditionally used to reduce the abrupt data discontinuities at the edges of a sample, it is applied here to smooth the price data.
Jurik Moving Average (JMA): Known for preserving the timing and smoothness of the data, JMA reduces market noise effectively without significant lag.
T3 Smoothing: Developed to respond quickly to market changes, T3 provides a smoother response to price fluctuations.
Super Smoother: Filters out high-frequency noise while retaining important trends.
Application in Fusion: These techniques are chosen to refine the output of the combined RSI and MFI values, ensuring the indicator remains responsive yet stable, providing clearer and more actionable signals.
Inverse Fisher Transform (IFT):
Developed by John Ehlers, the IFT transforms oscillator outputs to enhance the clarity of extreme values. This is particularly useful in this fusion indicator to make critical turning points more distinct and actionable.
Mathematical Calculations for the Fusion MFI RSI Indicator
RSI (Relative Strength Index)
The RSI is calculated using the following steps:
Average Gain and Average Loss: First, determine the average gain and average loss over the specified period (typically 14 days). This is done by summing all the gains and losses over the period and then dividing each by the period.
Average Gain = (Sum of Gains over the past 14 periods) / 14
Average Loss = (Sum of Losses over the past 14 periods) / 14
Relative Strength (RS): This is the ratio of average gain to average loss.
RS = Average Gain / Average Loss
RSI: Finally, the RSI is calculated using the RS value:
RSI = 100 - (100 / (1 + RS))
MFI (Money Flow Index)
The MFI is calculated using several steps that incorporate both price and volume:
Typical Price: Calculate the typical price for each period.
Typical Price = (High + Low + Close) / 3
Raw Money Flow: Multiply the typical price by the volume for the period.
Raw Money Flow = Typical Price * Volume
Positive and Negative Money Flow: Compare the typical price of the current period to the previous period to determine if the money flow is positive or negative.
If today's Typical Price > Yesterday's Typical Price, then Positive Money Flow = Raw Money Flow; Negative Money Flow = 0
If today's Typical Price < Yesterday's Typical Price, then Negative Money Flow = Raw Money Flow; Positive Money Flow = 0
Money Flow Ratio: Calculate the ratio of the sum of Positive Money Flows to the sum of Negative Money Flows over the past 14 periods.
Money Flow Ratio = (Sum of Positive Money Flows over 14 periods) / (Sum of Negative Money Flows over 14 periods)
MFI: Finally, calculate the MFI using the Money Flow Ratio.
MFI = 100 - (100 / (1 + Money Flow Ratio))
Fusion of RSI and MFI
The final Fusion MFI RSI value could be calculated by averaging the IFT-transformed values of RSI and MFI, providing a single oscillator value that reflects both momentum and volume-weighted price action:
Fusion MFI RSI = (MFI weight * MFI) + (RSI weight * RSI)
Suggested Settings and Trading Rules
Original Usage
RSI: Wilder suggested buying when the RSI moves above 30 from below (enter long) and selling when the RSI moves below 70 from above (enter short). He recommended exiting long positions when the RSI reaches 70 or higher and exiting short positions when the RSI falls below 30.
MFI: Quong and Soudack recommended buying when the MFI is below 20 and starts rising (enter long), and selling when it is above 80 and starts declining (enter short). They suggested exiting long positions when the MFI reaches 80 or higher and exiting short positions when the MFI falls below 20.
Fusion Application
Settings: Use a 14-day period for this indicator's calculations to maintain consistency with the original settings suggested by the inventors.
Trading Rules:
Enter Long Signal: Consider entering a long position when both RSI and MFI are below their respective oversold levels and begin to rise. This indicates strong buying pressure supported by both price momentum and volume.
Exit Long Signal: Exit the long position when either RSI or MFI reaches its respective overbought threshold, suggesting a potential reversal or decrease in buying pressure.
Enter Short Signal: Consider entering a short position when both indicators are above their respective overbought levels and begin to decline, suggesting that selling pressure is mounting.
Exit Short Signal: Exit the short position when either RSI or MFI falls below its respective oversold threshold, indicating diminishing selling pressure and a potential upward reversal.
How to Use the Indicator
Select Source and Timeframe: Choose the data source and the timeframe for analysis.
Configure Fusion Settings: Adjust the weights for RSI and MFI.
Choose Smoothing Technique: Select and configure the desired smoothing method to suit the market conditions and personal preference.
Enable Fisherization: Optionally apply the Inverse Fisher Transform to enhance signal clarity.
Customize Visualization: Set up gradient coloring, background plots, and bands according to your preferences.
Interpret the Indicator: Use the Fusion value and visual cues to identify market conditions and potential trading opportunities.
Conclusion
The Fusion MFI RSI Indicator integrates classical and modern technical analysis concepts to provide a comprehensive tool for market analysis. By combining RSI and MFI with advanced smoothing techniques and the Inverse Fisher Transform, this indicator offers enhanced insights, aiding traders in making more informed and timely trading decisions. Customize the settings to align with your trading strategy and leverage this powerful tool to navigate financial markets effectively.
Best regards,
simwai
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Credits to:
@loxx – T3
@everget – JMA
@cheatcountry – Hann Window

Dynamic Price Oscillator (Zeiierman)█ Overview
The Dynamic Price Oscillator (DPO) by Zeiierman is designed to gauge the momentum and volatility of asset prices in trading markets. By integrating elements of traditional oscillators with volatility adjustments and Bollinger Bands, the DPO offers a unique approach to understanding market dynamics. This indicator is particularly useful for identifying overbought and oversold conditions, capturing price trends, and detecting potential reversal points.
█ How It Works
The DPO operates by calculating the difference between the current closing price and a moving average of the closing price, adjusted for volatility using the True Range method. This difference is then smoothed over a user-defined period to create the oscillator. Additionally, Bollinger Bands are applied to the oscillator itself, providing visual cues for volatility and potential breakout signals.
█ How to Use
⚪ Trend Confirmation
The DPO can serve as a confirmation tool for existing trends. Traders might look for the oscillator to maintain above or below its mean line to confirm bullish or bearish trends, respectively. A consistent direction in the oscillator's movement alongside price trend can provide additional confidence in the strength and sustainability of the trend.
⚪ Overbought/Oversold Conditions
With the application of Bollinger Bands directly on the oscillator, the DPO can highlight overbought or oversold conditions in a unique manner. When the oscillator moves outside the Bollinger Bands, it signifies an extreme condition.
⚪ Volatility Breakouts
The width of the Bollinger Bands on the oscillator reflects market volatility. Sudden expansions in the bands can indicate a breakout from a consolidation phase, which traders can use to enter trades in the direction of the breakout. Conversely, a contraction suggests a quieter market, which might be a signal for traders to wait or to look for range-bound strategies.
⚪ Momentum Trading
Momentum traders can use the DPO to spot moments when the market momentum is picking up. A sharp move of the oscillator towards either direction, especially when crossing the Bollinger Bands, can indicate the start of a strong price movement.
⚪ Mean Reversion
The DPO is also useful for mean reversion strategies, especially considering its volatility adjustment feature. When the oscillator touches or breaches the Bollinger Bands, it indicates a deviation from the normal price range. Traders might look for opportunities to enter trades anticipating a reversion to the mean.
⚪ Divergence Trading
Divergences between the oscillator and price action can be a powerful signal for reversals. For instance, if the price makes a new high but the oscillator fails to make a corresponding high, it may indicate weakening momentum and a potential reversal. Traders can use these divergence signals to initiate counter-trend moves.
█ Settings
Length: Determines the lookback period for the oscillator and Bollinger Bands calculation. Increasing this value smooths the oscillator and widens the Bollinger Bands, leading to fewer, more significant signals. Decreasing this value makes the oscillator more sensitive to recent price changes, offering more frequent signals but with increased noise.
Smoothing Factor: Adjusts the degree of smoothing applied to the oscillator's calculation. A higher smoothing factor reduces noise, offering clearer trend identification at the cost of signal timeliness. Conversely, a lower smoothing factor increases the oscillator's responsiveness to price movements, which may be useful for short-term trading but at the risk of false signals.
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Disclaimer
The information contained in my Scripts/Indicators/Ideas/Algos/Systems does not constitute financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities of any type. I will not accept liability for any loss or damage, including without limitation any loss of profit, which may arise directly or indirectly from the use of or reliance on such information.
All investments involve risk, and the past performance of a security, industry, sector, market, financial product, trading strategy, backtest, or individual's trading does not guarantee future results or returns. Investors are fully responsible for any investment decisions they make. Such decisions should be based solely on an evaluation of their financial circumstances, investment objectives, risk tolerance, and liquidity needs.
My Scripts/Indicators/Ideas/Algos/Systems are only for educational purposes!

Trend Tide Oscillator [UAlgo]🔶 Description:
The "Trend Tide Oscillator " is a technical analysis tool designed to identify potential trend reversals and overbought/oversold conditions in the market. It calculates an oscillator based on the Commodity Channel Index (CCI) and then applies smoothing techniques to provide a clearer view of market momentum.
🔶 Key Features:
Oscillator Calculation : The indicator calculates an oscillator based on the Commodity Channel Index (CCI), which is a momentum-based oscillator used to identify overbought and oversold conditions.
Smoothing : Smoothing techniques are applied to the oscillator to reduce noise and provide a clearer view of market momentum. This helps traders in identifying trends more effectively.
Support and Resistance Zones : The indicator plots support and resistance zones based on the highest and lowest values of the oscillator over a specified lookback (default 50) period. These zones can help traders identify potential areas of price reversal. The indicator considers volatility when plotting the support and resistance zones. This aims to create more adaptable levels that account for fluctuating market conditions.
Visualization : The indicator visually represents overbought and oversold conditions with shapes (⚠️), aiding traders in quickly identifying potential entry or exit points.
Customization : Users can adjust parameters such as oscillator length, smoothing, and overbought/oversold levels, support and resistance lookbacks according to their trading preferences.
🔶 Disclaimer :
This indicator is provided for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered as financial advice. Trading in the financial markets involves risk, and users should conduct their own research and analysis before making any investment decisions.

Squeeze Momentum DeluxeThe Squeeze Momentum Deluxe is a comprehensive trading toolkit built with features of momentum, volatility, and price action. This script offers a suite for both mean reversion and trend-following analysis. Developed based on the original TTM Squeeze implementation by @LazyBear, this indicator introduces several innovative components to enhance your trading insights.
🔲 Components and Features
Momentum Oscillator - as rooted in the TTM Squeeze, quantifies the relationship between price and its extremes over a defined period. By normalizing the calculation, the values become comparable throughout time and across securities, allowing for a nuanced assessment of Bullish and Bearish momentum. Furthermore, by presenting it as a ribbon with a signal line we gain additional information about the direction of price swings.
Squeeze Bars - The original squeeze concept is based on the relationship between the Bollinger Bands and Keltner Channel , once the BB resides inside the KC a squeeze occurs. By understanding their fundamentals a new form of calculation can be inferred.
method bb(float src, simple int len, simple float mult) => method kc(float src, simple int len, simple float mult) =>
float basis = ta.sma (src, len) float basis = ta.sma (src, len)
float dev = ta.stdev(src, len) float rng = ta.atr ( len)
float upper = basis + dev * mult float upper = basis + rng * mult
float lower = basis - dev * mult float lower = basis - rng * mult
Both BB and KC are constructed upon a moving average with the addition of Standard Deviation and Average True Range respectively. Therefore, the calculation can be transformed to when the Stdev is lower than the ATR a squeeze occurs.
method sqz(float src, simple int len) =>
float dev = ta.stdev(src, len)
float atr = ta.atr ( len)
dev < atr ? true : false
This indicator uses three different thresholds for the ATR to gain three levels of price "Squeeze" for further analysis.
Directional Flux- This component measures the overall direction of price volatility, offering insights into trend sentiment. Presented as waves in the background, it includes an OverFlux feature to signal extreme market bias in a particular direction which can signal either exhaustion or vital continuation. Additionally, the user can choose if to base the calculation on Heikin-Ashi Candles to bias the tool toward trend assessment.
Confluence Gauges - Placed at the top and bottom of the indicator, these gauges measure confluence in the relationship between the Momentum Oscillator and Directional Flux. They provide traders with an easily interpretable visual aid for detecting market sentiment. Reversal doritos displayed alongside them contribute to mean reversion analysis.
Divergences (Real-Time) - Equipped with a custom algorithm, the indicator detects real-time divergences between price and the oscillator. This dynamic feature enhances your ability to spot potential trend reversals as they occur.
🔲 Settings
Directional Flux Length - Adjusts the period of which the background volatility waves operate on.
Trend Bias - Bases the calculation of the Flux to HA candles to bias its behavior toward the trend of price action.
Squeeze Momentum Length - Calibrates the length of the main oscillator ribbon as well as the period for the squeeze algorithm.
Signal - Controls the width of the ribbon. Lower values result in faster responsiveness at the cost of premature positives.
Divergence Sensitivity - Adjusts a threshold to limit the amount of divergences detected based on strength. Higher values result in less detections, stronger structure.
🔲 Alerts
Sell Signal
Buy Signal
Bullish Momentum
Bearish Momentum
Bullish Flux
Bearish Flux
Bullish Swing
Bearish Swing
Strong Bull Gauge
Strong Bear Gauge
Weak Bull Gauge
Weak Bear Gauge
High Squeeze
Normal Squeeze
Low Squeeze
Bullish Divergence
Bearish Divergence
As well as the option to trigger 'any alert' call.
The Squeeze Momentum Deluxe is a comprehensive tool that goes beyond traditional momentum indicators, offering a rich set of features to elevate your trading strategy. I recommend using toolkit alongside other indicators to have a wide variety of confluence to therefore gain higher probabilistic and better informed decisions.

Adaptive Fisherized Z-scoreHello Fellas,
It's time for a new adaptive fisherized indicator of me, where I apply adaptive length and more on a classic indicator.
Today, I chose the Z-score, also called standard score, as indicator of interest.
Special Features
Advanced Smoothing: JMA, T3, Hann Window and Super Smoother
Adaptive Length Algorithms: In-Phase Quadrature, Homodyne Discriminator, Median and Hilbert Transform
Inverse Fisher Transform (IFT)
Signals: Enter Long, Enter Short, Exit Long and Exit Short
Bar Coloring: Presents the trade state as bar colors
Band Levels: Changes the band levels
Decision Making
When you create such a mod you need to think about which concepts are the best to conclude. I decided to take Inverse Fisher Transform instead of normalization to make a version which fits to a fixed scale to avoid the usual distortion created by normalization.
Moreover, I chose JMA, T3, Hann Window and Super Smoother, because JMA and T3 are the bleeding-edge MA's at the moment with the best balance of lag and responsiveness. Additionally, I chose Hann Window and Super Smoother because of their extraordinary smoothing capabilities and because Ehlers favours them.
Furthermore, I decided to choose the half length of the dominant cycle instead of the full dominant cycle to make the indicator more responsive which is very important for a signal emitter like Z-score. Signal emitters always need to be faster or have the same speed as the filters they are combined with.
Usage
The Z-score is a low timeframe scalper which works best during choppy/ranging phases. The direction you should trade is determined by the last trend change. E.g. when the last trend change was from bearish market to bullish market and you are now in a choppy/ranging phase confirmed by e.g. Chop Zone or KAMA slope you want to do long trades.
Interpretation
The Z-score indicator is a momentum indicator which shows the number of standard deviations by which the value of a raw score (price/source) is above or below the mean value of what is being observed or measured. Easily explained, it is almost the same as Bollinger Bands with another visual representation form.
Signals
B -> Buy -> Z-score crosses above lower band
S -> Short -> Z-score crosses below upper band
BE -> Buy Exit -> Z-score crosses above 0
SE -> Sell Exit -> Z-score crosses below 0
If you were reading till here, thank you already. Now, follows a bunch of knowledge for people who don't know the concepts I talk about.
T3
The T3 moving average, short for "Tim Tillson's Triple Exponential Moving Average," is a technical indicator used in financial markets and technical analysis to smooth out price data over a specific period. It was developed by Tim Tillson, a software project manager at Hewlett-Packard, with expertise in Mathematics and Computer Science.
The T3 moving average is an enhancement of the traditional Exponential Moving Average (EMA) and aims to overcome some of its limitations. The primary goal of the T3 moving average is to provide a smoother representation of price trends while minimizing lag compared to other moving averages like Simple Moving Average (SMA), Weighted Moving Average (WMA), or EMA.
To compute the T3 moving average, it involves a triple smoothing process using exponential moving averages. Here's how it works:
Calculate the first exponential moving average (EMA1) of the price data over a specific period 'n.'
Calculate the second exponential moving average (EMA2) of EMA1 using the same period 'n.'
Calculate the third exponential moving average (EMA3) of EMA2 using the same period 'n.'
The formula for the T3 moving average is as follows:
T3 = 3 * (EMA1) - 3 * (EMA2) + (EMA3)
By applying this triple smoothing process, the T3 moving average is intended to offer reduced noise and improved responsiveness to price trends. It achieves this by incorporating multiple time frames of the exponential moving averages, resulting in a more accurate representation of the underlying price action.
JMA
The Jurik Moving Average (JMA) is a technical indicator used in trading to predict price direction. Developed by Mark Jurik, it’s a type of weighted moving average that gives more weight to recent market data rather than past historical data.
JMA is known for its superior noise elimination. It’s a causal, nonlinear, and adaptive filter, meaning it responds to changes in price action without introducing unnecessary lag. This makes JMA a world-class moving average that tracks and smooths price charts or any market-related time series with surprising agility.
In comparison to other moving averages, such as the Exponential Moving Average (EMA), JMA is known to track fast price movement more accurately. This allows traders to apply their strategies to a more accurate picture of price action.
Inverse Fisher Transform
The Inverse Fisher Transform is a transform used in DSP to alter the Probability Distribution Function (PDF) of a signal or in our case of indicators.
The result of using the Inverse Fisher Transform is that the output has a very high probability of being either +1 or –1. This bipolar probability distribution makes the Inverse Fisher Transform ideal for generating an indicator that provides clear buy and sell signals.
Hann Window
The Hann function (aka Hann Window) is named after the Austrian meteorologist Julius von Hann. It is a window function used to perform Hann smoothing.
Super Smoother
The Super Smoother uses a special mathematical process for the smoothing of data points.
The Super Smoother is a technical analysis indicator designed to be smoother and with less lag than a traditional moving average.
Adaptive Length
Length based on the dominant cycle length measured by a "dominant cycle measurement" algorithm.
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ML - Momentum Index (Pivots)Building upon the innovative foundations laid by Zeiierman's Machine Learning Momentum Index (MLMI), this variation introduces a series of refinements and new features aimed at bolstering the model's predictive accuracy and responsiveness. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0), my adaptation seeks to enhance the original by offering a more nuanced approach to momentum-based trading.
Key Features :
Pivot-Based Analysis: Shifting focus from trend crosses to pivot points, this version employs pivot bars to offer a distinct perspective on market momentum, aiding in the identification of critical reversal points.
Extended Parameter Set: By integrating additional parameters for making predictions, the model gains improved adaptability, allowing for finer tuning to match market conditions.
Dataset Size Limitation: To ensure efficiency and mitigate the risk of calculation timeouts, a cap on the dataset size has been implemented, balancing between comprehensive historical analysis and computational agility.
Enhanced Price Source Flexibility: Users can select between closing prices or (suggested) OHLC4 as the basis for calculations, tailoring the indicator to different analysis preferences and strategies.
This adaptation not only inherits the robust framework of the original MLMI but also introduces innovations to enhance its utility in diverse trading scenarios. Whether you're looking to refine your short-term trading tactics or seeking stable indicators for long-term strategies, the ML - Momentum Index (Pivots) offers a versatile tool to navigate the complexities of the market.
For a deeper understanding of the modifications and to leverage the full potential of this indicator, users are encouraged to explore the tooltips and documentation provided within the script.
The Momentum Indicator calculations have been transitioned to the MLMomentumIndex library, simplifying the process of integration. Users can now seamlessly incorporate the momentumIndexPivots function into their scripts to conduct detailed momentum analysis with ease.

Composite Bull-Bear Dominance IndexNote: CREDITS: This is based on the Up Down Volume Indicator (published in Trading View) and Elder Ray Index (Bull Bear Power).
The Composite Bull Bear Dominance Index (CBBDI) is a indicator that combines up down volume analysis with Bull and Bear Power to provide a comprehensive view of market dynamics. It calculates Z-scores for up down volume delta and bull bear power measures, averages them, and then smoothes the result using Weighted Moving Average (WMA) for Bull and Bear Power and Volume Weighted Moving Average (VWMA) for Up and Down Volume Delta. The advantages include responsiveness to short-term trends, noise reduction through weighting, incorporation of volume information, and the ability to identify significant changes in buying and selling pressure. The indicator aims to offer clear signals for traders seeking insights into overall market dominance and indicate if the bulls or the bears have the upper hand.
Volume Analysis (Up/Down Volume Delta):
Up/Down Volume Delta reflects the net difference between buying and selling volume, providing insights into the prevailing market sentiment.
Positive Delta: Indicates potential bullish dominance due to higher buying volume.
Negative Delta: Suggests potential bearish dominance as selling volume surpasses buying volume.
Price Analysis (Bull and Bear Power):
Bull and Bear Power measure the strength of buying and selling forces based on price movements and the Exponential Moving Average (EMA) of the closing price.
Positive Bull Power: Reflects bullish dominance, indicating potential upward momentum.
Positive Bear Power: Suggests bearish dominance, indicating potential downward momentum.
Composite Bull Bear Dominance Index (CBBDI):
CBBDI combines the standardized Z-scores of Up/Down Volume Delta and Bull Bear Power, providing an average measure of both volume and price-related dominance.
Positive CBBDI: Indicates an overall bullish dominance in both volume and price dynamics.
Negative CBBDI: Suggests an overall bearish dominance in both volume and price dynamics.
Smoothing Techniques:
The use of Weighted Moving Average (WMA) for smoothing Bull and Bear Power Z-scores, and Volume Weighted Moving Average (VWMA) for smoothing Up/Down Volume Delta, reduces noise and provides a clearer trend signal.
Smoothing helps filter out short-term fluctuations and emphasizes more significant trends in both volume and price movements.
Color Coding:
CBBDI values are color-coded based on their direction, visually representing the prevailing market sentiment.
Green Colors: Positive values indicate potential bullish dominance.
Red Colors: Negative values suggest potential bearish dominance.

Median Proximity Percentile [AlgoAlpha]📊🚀 Introducing the "Median Proximity Percentile" by AlgoAlpha, a dynamic and sophisticated trading indicator designed to enhance your market analysis! This tool efficiently tracks median price proximity over a specified lookback period and finds it's percentile between 2 dynamic standard deviation bands, offering valuable insights for traders looking to make informed decisions.
🌟 Key Features:
Color-Coded Visuals: Easily interpret market trends with color-coded plots indicating bullish or bearish signals.
Flexibility: Customize the indicator with your preferred price source and lookback lengths to suit your trading strategy.
Advanced Alert System: Stay ahead with customizable alerts for key trend shifts and market conditions.
🔍 Deep Dive into the Code:
Choose your preferred price data source and define lookback lengths for median and EMA calculations. priceSource = input.source(close, "Source") and lookbackLength = input.int(21, minval = 1, title = "Lookback Length")
Calculate median value, price deviation, and normalized value to analyze market position relative to the median. medianValue = ta.median(priceSource, lookbackLength)
Determine upper and lower boundaries based on standard deviation and EMA. upperBoundary = ta.ema(positiveValues, lookbackLength) + ta.stdev(positiveValues, lookbackLength) * stdDevMultiplier
lowerBoundary = ta.ema(negativeValues, lookbackLength) - ta.stdev(negativeValues, lookbackLength) * stdDevMultiplier
Compute the percentile value to track market position within these boundaries. percentileValue = 100 * (normalizedValue - lowerBoundary)/(upperBoundary - lowerBoundary) - 50
Enhance your analysis with Hull Moving Average (HMA) for smoother trend identification. emaValue = ta.hma(percentileValue, emaLookbackLength)
Visualize trends with color-coded plots and characters for easy interpretation. plotColor = percentileValue > 0 ? colorUp : percentileValue < 0 ? colorDown : na
Set up advanced alerts to stay informed about significant market movements. // Alerts
alertcondition(ta.crossover(emaValue, 0), "Bullish Trend Shift", "Median Proximity Percentile Crossover Zero Line")
alertcondition(ta.crossunder(emaValue, 0), "Bearish Trend Shift", "Median Proximity Percentile Crossunder Zero Line")
alertcondition(ta.crossunder(emaValue,emaValue ) and emaValue > 90, "Bearish Reversal", "Median Proximity Percentile Bearish Reversal")
alertcondition(ta.crossunder(emaValue ,emaValue) and emaValue < -90, "Bullish Reversal", "Median Proximity Percentile Bullish Reversal")
🚨 Remember, the "Median Proximity Percentile " is a tool to aid your analysis. It’s essential to combine it with other analysis techniques and market understanding for best results. Happy trading! 📈📉

Momentum Bias Index [AlgoAlpha]Description:
The Momentum Bias Index by AlgoAlpha is designed to provide traders with a powerful tool for assessing market momentum bias. The indicator calculates the positive and negative bias of momentum to gauge which one is greater to determine the trend.
Key Features:
Comprehensive Momentum Analysis: The script aims to detect momentum-trend bias, typically when in an uptrend, the momentum oscillator will oscillate around the zero line but will have stronger positive values than negative values, similarly for a downtrend the momentum will have stronger negative values. This script aims to quantify this phenomenon.
Overlay Mode: Traders can choose to overlay the indicator on the price chart for a clear visual representation of market momentum.
Take-profit Signals: The indicator includes signals to lock in profits, they appear as labels in overlay mode and as crosses when overlay mode is off.
Impulse Boundary: The script includes an impulse boundary, the impulse boundary is a threshold to visualize significant spikes in momentum.
Standard Deviation Multiplier: Users can adjust the standard deviation multiplier to increase the noise tolerance of the impulse boundary.
Bias Length Control: Traders can customize the length for evaluating bias, enabling them to fine-tune the indicator according to their trading preferences. A higher length will give a longer-term bias in trend.

Ultimate Momentum"Ultimate Momentum" – Elevating Your Momentum Analysis
Experience a refined approach to momentum analysis with "Ultimate Momentum," a sophisticated indicator seamlessly combining the strengths of RSI and CCI. This tool offers a nuanced understanding of market dynamics with the following features:
1. Harmonious Fusion: Witness the dynamic interplay between RSI and CCI, providing a comprehensive understanding of market nuances.
2. Optimized CCI Dynamics: Delve confidently into market intricacies with optimized CCI parameters, enhancing synergy with RSI for a nuanced perspective on trends.
3. Standardized Readings: "Ultimate Momentum" standardizes RSI and CCI, ensuring consistency and reliability in readings for refined signals.
4. Native TradingView Integration: Immerse yourself in the reliability of native TradingView codes for RSI and CCI, ensuring stability and compatibility.
How RSI and CCI Work Together:
RSI (Relative Strength Index): Captures price momentum with precision, measuring the speed and change of price movements.
CCI (Commodity Channel Index): Strategically integrated to complement RSI, offering a unique perspective on price fluctuations and potential trend reversals.
Why "Ultimate Momentum"?
In a crowded landscape, "Ultimate Momentum" stands out, redefining how traders interpret momentum. Gain a profound understanding of market dynamics, spot trend reversals, and make informed decisions.
Your Insights Matter:
Share your suggestions to enhance "Ultimate Momentum" in the comments. Your feedback is crucial as we strive to deliver an unparalleled momentum analysis tool.

Machine Learning: STDEV Oscillator [YinYangAlgorithms]This Indicator aims to fill a gap within traditional Standard Deviation Analysis. Rather than its usual applications, this Indicator focuses on applying Standard Deviation within an Oscillator and likewise applying a Machine Learning approach to it. By doing so, we may hope to achieve an Adaptive Oscillator which can help display when the price is deviating from its standard movement. This Indicator may help display both when the price is Overbought or Underbought, and likewise, where the price may face Support and Resistance. The reason for this is that rather than simply plotting a Machine Learning Standard Deviation (STDEV), we instead create a High and a Low variant of STDEV, and then use its Highest and Lowest values calculated within another Deviation to create Deviation Zones. These zones may help to display these Support and Resistance locations; and likewise may help to show if the price is Overbought or Oversold based on its placement within these zones. This Oscillator may also help display Momentum when the High and/or Low STDEV crosses the midline (0). Lastly, this Oscillator may also be useful for seeing the spacing between the High and Low of the STDEV; large spacing may represent volatility within the STDEV which may be helpful for seeing when there is Momentum in the form of volatility.
Tutorial:
Above is an example of how this Indicator looks on BTC/USDT 1 Day. As you may see, when the price has parabolic movement, so does the STDEV. This is due to this price movement deviating from the mean of the data. Therefore when these parabolic movements occur, we create the Deviation Zones accordingly, in hopes that it may help to project future Support and Resistance locations as well as helping to display when the price is Overbought and Oversold.
If we zoom in a little bit, you may notice that the Support Zone (Blue) is smaller than the Resistance Zone (Orange). This is simply because during the last Bull Market there was more parabolic price deviation than there was during the Bear Market. You may see this if you refer to their values; the Resistance Zone goes to ~18k whereas the Support Zone is ~10.5k. This is completely normal and the way it is supposed to work. Due to the nature of how STDEV works, this Oscillator doesn’t use a 1:1 ratio and instead can develop and expand as exponential price action occurs.
The Neutral (0) line may also act as a Support and Resistance location. In the example above we can see how when the STDEV is below it, it acts as Resistance; and when it’s above it, it acts as Support.
This Neutral line may also provide us with insight as towards the momentum within the market and when it has shifted. When the STDEV is below the Neutral line, the market may be considered Bearish. When the STDEV is above the Neutral line, the market may be considered Bullish.
The Red Line represents the STDEV’s High and the Green Line represents the STDEV’s Low. When the STDEV’s High and Low get tight and close together, this may represent there is currently Low Volatility in the market. Low Volatility may cause consolidation to occur, however it also leaves room for expansion.
However, when the STDEV’s High and Low are quite spaced apart, this may represent High levels of Volatility in the market. This may mean the market is more prone to parabolic movements and expansion.
We will conclude our Tutorial here. Hopefully this has given you some insight into how applying Machine Learning to a High and Low STDEV then creating Deviation Zones based on it may help project when the Momentum of the Market is Bullish or Bearish; likewise when the price is Overbought or Oversold; and lastly where the price may face Support and Resistance in the form of STDEV.
If you have any questions, comments, ideas or concerns please don't hesitate to contact us.
HAPPY TRADING!

Nasan Rate of Change (ROC)**NOTE: FOR COMPARISON TRADITIONAL ROC IS PLOTTED WITH THE SAME ROC LENGTH OF 9. IT IS NOT PART OF THE INDICATOR"
The Nasan ROC indicator is smoothed version of the of the traditional ROC indicator. The Nasna ROC uses a triple pass moving average differencing strategy. A cumulative sum of the deviations obtained from the moving average differencing provides a smooth "noise free" trend and this cumulative sum of deviations is used for calculating ROC.
Let's break down the components and understand the indicator we discussed earlier:
Sequential Triple Pass Filter:
Three filters with lengths specified by length1, length2, and length3 are applied to the closing prices (close).
The filters involve calculating the cumulative sum of the differences between the closing prices and their respective moving averages.
The idea is to detrend the data and accumulate the deviations from the average over time, emphasizing longer-term trends.
Calculation of Rate of Change (ROC) of Cumulative Sum:
The Rate of Change (ROC) of the cumulative sum (rocCumulativeSum) is calculated using the ta.roc function with a specified length (rocLength).
ROC measures the percentage change in the cumulative sum over a specified period.
The ROC histogram provides insights into the momentum of the detrended series. Positive values suggest increasing momentum, while negative values suggest decreasing momentum.
Pay attention to the color of the histogram bars.
The histogram bars are colored green if the current ROC value is greater than or equal to the previous ROC value, and red otherwise.
This coloring is based on the concept that a positive ROC suggests upward momentum, while a negative ROC suggests downward momentum.
Volatility - Volume Impact:
The Average True Range (ATR) is calculated with a period of 14.
Volume strength is calculated as a factor (VCF) that considers the ratio of the simple moving average (SMA) of the current volume to the SMA of the volume over a longer period (144).
This volume factor (VCF) is then multiplied by ATR, creating a synergy with volatility and volume.
Visualization with Background Color Gradient:
A background color gradient is applied to the chart based on the calculated volume strength (f1).
The gradient color ranges from black (indicating low ATR and volume strength) to purple (indicating high ATR and volume strength). A low value indicates a ranging market with no significant price movements and it is safter to avoid signals generated from ROC histogram in these region.
Synergy of ROC and Volume Strength:
Observe how the ROC signals align with the background color gradient. For example, confirm whether positive ROC aligns with periods of high ATR and volume strength.
This synergy can provide confirmation or divergence signals, adding another layer of analysis.

Market Forecast w/ Signals [QuantVue]The Market Forecast With Signals Indicator is an upgraded version of the popular ThinkorSwim platforms Market Forecast. This upgraded version utilizes stochastic oscillators, moving averages, and momentum calculations to find potential buying and selling opportunities.
Stochastic Oscillator
The indicator calculates three variations of the Fast Stochastic Oscillator for different time periods:
🔹Intermediate: Calculated over a medium-term period (default 31 bars).
🔹Momentum: Calculated over a short-term period (default 5 bars).
🔹Near Term: Calculated over a very short-term period (default 3 bars).
These calculations involve finding the highest and lowest values within their respective periods and comparing the current close to this range.
Moving Average Smoothing
The results of the Fast Stochastic Oscillator for the Intermediate and Near Term are then smoothed using a Simple Moving Average (SMA):
🔹Intermediate: 5-period SMA of the Intermediate Stochastic Oscillator.
🔹Near Term: 2-period SMA of the Near Term Stochastic Oscillator.
Momentum Indicator
A custom momentum calculation is performed, using the recent high and low prices over four periods.
Display
The indicator plots the smoothed Intermediate, Near Term, and custom Momentum calculations as separate lines on the chart.
Trading Signals
While the original indicator plots the lines mentioned above, the Market Forecast w/ Signals goes a step further by identifying key moments when nuanced signals fire. The built in alerts and visual aids make spotting these trading opportunities a breeze.
Clusters - Bullish and Bearish clusters are identified based on the convergence of all three lines (Intermediate, Near, and Momentum) above 80 (Bearish) or below 20 (Bullish).
The background color of the chart changes to indicate these clusters, aiding in quick identification of market extremes.
Trend Reversals - Marked with labels on the chart, this is based on the direction of the cluster (bullish or bearish) and the subsequent price movement crossing a threshold determined during the cluster formation.
Divergences - Divergences between the Near Term line and price highs/lows are detected using pivot points. These divergences are then plotted as lines on the chart, highlighting potential discrepancies between price action and momentum, which can signal reversals.
Indicator Features:
🔹Custom Colors
🔹Show/Hide Signals
🔹Alerts
Give this indicator a BOOST and COMMENT your thoughts!
We hope you enjoy.
Cheers!

Dynamic Volume-Volatility Adjusted MomentumThis Indicator in a refinement of my earlier script PC*VC Moving average Old with easier to follow color codes, overbought and oversold zones. This script has converted the previous script into a standardized measure by converting it into Z-scores and also incorporated a volatility based dynamic length option. Below is a detailed Explanation.
The "Dynamic Volume-Volatility Adjusted Momentum" or "Nasan Momentum Oscillator" is designed to capture market momentum while accounting for volume and volatility fluctuations. It leverages the Typical Price (TP), calculated as the average of high, low, and close prices, and introduces the Price Coefficient (PC) based on deviations from the simple moving average (SMA) across various time frames. Additionally, the Volume Coefficient (VC) compares current volume to SMA, and calculates Intraday Volatility (IDV) which gauges the daily price range relative to the close. Then intraday volatility ratio is calculated ( IDV Ratio) as the ratio of current Intraday Volatility (IDV) to the average of IDV for three different length periods, which provides a relative measure of current intraday volatility compared to its recent historical average. An inter-day ATR based Relative Volatility (RV) is calculated to adjusts for changing market volatility based on which the dynamic length adjustment adapts the moving average (standard length is 14). The PC *VC/IDV Ratio integrates price, volume, and volatility information which provides a volume and volatility adjusted momentum. This volume and volatility adjusted momentum is converted into a standardized Z-Score. The Z-Score measures deviations from the mean. Color-coded plots visually represent momentum, and thresholds aid in identifying overbought or oversold conditions.
The indicator incorporates a nuanced approach to emphasize the joint impact of price and volume while considering the stabilizing effect of lower intraday volatility. Placing the volume ratio (VC) in the numerator means that higher volume positively contributes to the overall ratio, aligning with the observation that increased volumes often accompany robust price movements. Simultaneously, the decision to include the inverse of intraday volatility (1/IDV) in the denominator acts as a dampener, reducing the impact of extreme intraday volatility on the momentum indicator. This design choice aims to filter out noise, giving more weight to significant price changes supported by substantial trading activity. In essence, the indicator's design seeks to provide a more robust momentum measure that balances the influence of price, volume, and volatility in the analysis of market dynamics.

3x MTF MACD v3.0MACD's on 3 different Time Frames
Indicator Information
- Each Time Frame shows start of Trend and end of trend of the MACD vs the Signal Cross
- They are labled 1,2,3 with respective up or down triangle for possible direction.
User Inputs
- configure the indicator by specifying various inputs. These inputs include colors for bullish
and bearish conditions, the time frame to use, whether to show a Simple Moving Average
(SMA) line, and other parameters.
- Users can choose time frames for analysis (like 30 minutes, 1 hour, etc.)
but they must be in mintues.
- The code also allows users to customize how the indicator looks on the chart by providing
options for position and color.
Main Calculations
- The script calculates the Simple Moving Average (SMA) based on the user-defined time
frame.
- It then determines the color of the plot (line) based on certain conditions, such as whether
the SMA is rising or falling. These conditions help users quickly identify market trends.
Label Creation
- The code creates labels that can be displayed on the chart.
These labels indicate whether there's a bullish or bearish signal.
Level Detection
- The script determines and labels key levels or points of interest in the chart based on
certain conditions.
- It can show labels like "①" and "▲" for bullish conditions and "▼" for bearish conditions.
Table Display
- There's an option to show a table on the chart that displays information about the MACD
indicator Chosen and the NUmber Bubble assocated with that time frame
- The table can include information like which time frame is being analyzed, whether the SMA
line is shown, and other relevant data.
Plotting on the Chart
- The script plots the Simple Moving Average (SMA) on the chart. The color of this line
changes based on the calculated trend conditions.
ATR (Average True Range)
- The script also plots the Average True Range (ATR) on the chart. ATR is used to measure
market volatility.
"In essence, this script is a highly customizable MACD and SMA indicator for traders. It assists traders in comprehending market trends, offering insights into different MACD cycles concerning various timeframes.
Users can configure it to match their trading strategies, and it presents information in a user-friendly manner with colors, labels, and tables.
This simplifies market analysis, allowing traders to make more informed decisions without the distraction of multiple indicators."

Worm *Public*This Pine Script code is designed to create a custom technical indicator called "Worm" that helps identify trends in the market based on momentum. Let's break down the code and its settings:
Indicator Title and Overlay:
The indicator is named "Worm (Clean)" and is set to be overlaid on the price chart.
Input Settings:
The code defines various input settings, which can be customized by the user. These settings include:
Indicator Settings (e.g., Alpha, Gap)
Backtest Settings (e.g., HighlightCrossovers, ApplyNorm)
Color Settings (e.g., Buy Color, Sell Color, Wait Color)
Location Settings for displaying the indicator above, below, or at the price.
Toggleable Inputs:
These settings allow you to choose whether the momentum indicator should be displayed above, below, or at the price chart. You can also specify the colors for buy, sell, and wait signals.
Indicator Calculations:
The code calculates momentum using various formulas involving the source price data (e.g., open, high, low, close). Momentum values are stored in variables L0, L1, L2, L3, and lrsi.
It also calculates the Color values for the indicator based on certain conditions and user-defined settings.
Bcolor and Scolor are used to determine the color of the plotted indicator based on buy and sell conditions.
Bollinger Bands (BB) and Keltner Channels (KC) Calculation:
The code calculates Bollinger Bands (UpperBB and LowerBB) and Keltner Channels (UpperKC and LowerKC) using the source price data.
It also determines whether the market is in a squeeze (SqzOn) or not (NoSqz) based on the relationship between BB and KC.
Signal Generation:
Buy and sell signals are generated based on various conditions, including momentum values and the squeeze state.
The color of the indicator line is determined based on the buy and sell signals.
LagF Calculation:
The LagF variable is calculated based on certain formulas involving the L0Line, L1Line, L2Line, and L3Line values.
Control Color:
The Color variable is used to control the color of the LagF indicator line based on certain conditions.
Plotting:
The momentum indicator (Val) is plotted on the chart with the specified colors and style.
The LagF indicator (Worm) is also plotted with a dynamic color based on market conditions.
Alerts are triggered when buy or sell signals are generated.
Experimental Section:
This section appears to be left for experimentation and may contain additional code or features.
Overall, this Pine Script code calculates and displays a custom momentum-based indicator called "Worm" on a price chart. It generates buy and sell signals based on momentum and squeeze conditions and allows users to customize various settings, including indicator location and colors. The code is designed for technical analysis and trend identification in financial markets.