I was legitimately surprised no1 has already coded it out on TradingView, but you guys can copypaste & include it in Pine 5 if your see this xd
Here is it.
I've checked and double checked everything, the calculations are right, it can be proved by plotting mean, geometric mean & harmonic mean together and noticing that geometric mean will be always between...
Linearly Weighted Ordinary Least Squares Moving Regression
aka Weighted Least Squares Moving Average -> WLSMA
^^ called it this way just to for... damn, forgot the word
Totally pwns LSMA for some purposes here's why (just look up):
- 'realistically' the same smoothness;
- less lag;
- less overshoot;
- more or less same computationally intensive.
This is a deviation scaled moving average original designed by John Ehlers. It is a new adaptive moving average that has the ability to rapidly adapt to volatility in price movement with minimal lag. Because it is so smooth and adapts to the volatility of the market it is by far a really great tool for spotting trend changes
This is a simple script which allows to do slope analysis on any kind of Moving Average. Simply change the moving average function that you wish to work with , in the script.
Slope analysis may be required for fine-tuning trade automation software , which uses Moving Average for determining optimum enter/exit point.
Read code comments for instructions!
This indicator plots 2/20 exponential moving average. For the Mov
Avg X 2/20 Indicator, the EMA bar will be painted when the Alert criteria is met.
You can use in the xPrice any series: Open, High, Low, Close, HL2, HLC3, OHLC4 and ect...
This is a moving average with a customizable polynomial kernel. You can shape your kernel by selecting your parameters in the settings window. This is not something that is immediately ready to mess with by just applying it on the chart, it is very useful for people who are researching indicators and developing new tools. To see the shape of your kernel you can...
These are Philakone's EMA's. I added the 100 day in there as I didn't see that anyone had done that.
The 100 might be the same color as the 200 looking at the code, I changed it on my chart, but just make sure you check the colors.
The average of 34 periods I observe as a mobile S/R, but I usually observe it more when it is in strong trend, and the average of 72 and 89 as trend dictators, if the asset is above them = Bullish , below = Bearish , and the 144 average as the last moving S/R, and also as an S/R even stronger than all other MAs and when the asset loses that average, I see it as...
FRAMA: blue line, SC = 252, FC = 40, length = 252
EMA: orange line, length = 50
FRAMA seems to be the evolution of the current and much-used EMA. The basic strategy is simple: long if the price crosses up the line, short or exit if vice versa.
The main difference between EMA and FRAMA is that the first one seems to lag much more than the first...
This is a moving average with a customizable gaussian kernel. You can shape your kernel by selecting your parameters in the settings window. This is not something that is immediately ready to mess with by just applying it on the chart, it is very useful for people who are researching indicators and developing new tools. To see the shape of your kernel you can plug...
GUPPY MULTIPLE ESTIMATED MOVING AVERAGE (EMA) is for Trend Trading. This script uses three sets of crosses to give us an indicator of possible trend reversal. Red cross is the first alert, followed by blue and black. Black cross being the strongest, red cross weakest.
More information about Guppy Trading can be found in the link below
The script was designed for the purpose of catching the rocket portion of a move (the edge of momentum).
--When RSI closes over 60, take long order 1 tick above that bar. The closed bar above RSI 60 will be colored "green" or whatever color the user chooses. (RSI > 60)
--On a long position, exit will be a closed bar below the ema (low, 10) . The closed...
While the indicator is working on any stock chart, it shows the two ema average breakdown/breakup of the index or any other stock with an arrow. In this way, you will be able to follow the ema intersections of the index chart while working on a normal stock chart.
I will add other moving average options if you like it.
I hope you will be satisfied using it....
The End Point Moving Average was introduced in the October 95 issue of Technical Analysis of Stocks &
Commodities in the article "The End Point Moving Average", by Patrick E. Lafferty.
The Time Series Forecast takes this value and the slope of the regression line to forecast the next day and then plots this forecasted price as today's value.