The Volume Positive Negative Indicator was created by Markos Katsanos (Stocks and Commodities April 2021 pg 9) and this indicator is useful for determining long trends but with some modification you can use it for short trends as well. Buy when the indicator line is green and sell when it turns red. Make sure to experiment with the threshold and see what works...
This is combo strategies for get a cumulative signal.
This System was created from the Book "How I Tripled My Money In The
Futures Market" by Ulf Jensen, Page 183. This is reverse type of strategies.
The strategy buys at market, if close price is higher than the previous close
during 2 days and the meaning of 9-days Stochastic Slow...
A brand new Moving Average , calculated using Momentum, Acceleration and Probability (Psychological Effect).
Momentum adjusted Moving Average(MaMA) is an indicator that measures Price Action by taking into consideration not only Price movements but also its Momentum, Acceleration and Probability. MaMA, provides faster responses comparing to the regular Moving...
Alpha Performance of Period (PoP) produces a visualization of returns (gains and losses) over a quarterly, monthly, or annual period. It also displays the total % gain and loss over any length of days, months, and years as defined by the user.
Performance of Period (PoP) can be used to understand the performance of an asset over multiple periods using a single...
positive percent strategy is written based on percentage of positive candles.
so the buy signals trigger when the percentage reach an extreme and the similar scenario for sell signals.
the strategy has best results on 5 sec and 30 sec time frame and specially on indices SPX500, US30, DE30 and ...
the parameters are as below:
numbers of candles
Volume mathematical calculation between buyers and sellers from a large point of view
this indicator shows you what its really happening behind the table of the market
gives your the occult or hidden information from the volume of the market this way you won't be fullish on your decision
This indicator was originally developed by Paul L. Dysart in the 1930s and then described and popularized by Norman G. Fosback in his book "Stock Market Logic: A Sophisticated Approach to Profits on Wall Street"
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The theory behind the indexes is as follows: On days of increasing volume,
you can expect prices to increase, and on days of decreasing volume, you can
expect prices to decrease. This goes with the idea of the market being in-gear
and out-of-gear. Both PVI and NVI work in similar fashions: Both are a running
cumulative of values, which...