Similar to how a donchian% of channel helps to visualize trend and volatility, this tool helps identify those same characteristics, if the oscillator is generally above the 50 mark, it is considered to be trending upwards, and the reverse if it is generally bellow 50.
MVPA=GDPPC/( M2 /POP). An adaptation to normal Money Velocity, taking into account populations for more volatile plots/different perspective. Major world economy's money supply velocity. Compare how each country's monetary policy has played out and current trajectory in comparison to others. The velocity of money is a measure of the number of times that the...
Two lines of coefficient of variation 365 and 12 bars helps to see slow and fast wave components of current chart. Forecasting extension.
Shows the coefficient of variation defined as standard deviation over mean (for the specified window).
This is a useful conjunction of volume and volatility together in one script, so I named it a blended name! It can show the diagram of: - Volume - Volume Variation (Volume - Past Volume) - Volume Density (Volume / (High - Low)) - Volatility in combination with the aforesaid ones It also offers two concepts of bar colorizing, by using the size of the bars or by...
This is a simple script to quickly see changes in % in each candle. In blue open/close variation. In red Histogram with range between high and low. This helps me understand very quickly what's the typical change in % for a specific timeframe/pair, so I can fine tune my Stop Losses and Take Profits.
This is a simple gauge of volatility using the Coefficient of Variation. COV is calculated by dividing standard deviation of price by the expected (average) price. Custom color scheme indicates increases and decreases in volatility, which is indicated when the COV forms new half period highs and lows.
optional method for cumulative averaging of the range variation. optional length for averaging range variation.