Z-Score-Asymmetrik User Manual
The Z-Score Indicator is a powerful tool used in technical analysis to measure how far a data point is from the mean value of a dataset, measured in terms of standard deviations. This indicator helps traders identify potential overbought or oversold conditions in the market.
This user manual provides a...
The "Z-Score" indicator is a unique and powerful tool designed to help traders identify overbought and oversold conditions in the market. Below is an explanation of its features, usefulness, and what makes it special:
Z-Score Calculation: The indicator calculates the Z-Score, a statistical measure that represents how far the current price is from...
The "VWMA/SMA Delta Volatility (Statistical Anomaly Detector)" indicator is a tool designed to detect and visualize volatility in a financial market's price data. The indicator calculates the difference (delta) between two moving averages (VWMA/SMA) and uses statistical analysis to identify anomalies or extreme price movements. Here's a breakdown of its...
The Realized Loss & Profit indicator aims to find potential dips and tops in price by utilizing the security function syminfo.basecurrency + "_LOSSESADDRESSES".
The primary objective of this indicator is to present an average, favorable buying/selling opportunity based on the number of people currently in profit or loss.
The script takes into consideration the...
This version of Bollinger Bands measures the average volatility. By taking the 75th percentile of the average absolute value of the difference between the Source and the Mean divided by the Standard Deviation and using that as our multiplier for our Bollinger bands we can have a statistically safe trading zone.
You notice that its dynamic, this is because it take...
Standard Z-Score scripts lack customization of parameters that I personally desire when doing quantitative analysis. This is an improved Z-Score Indicator to add to your charts that lets you customize various inputs.
Below are the current features:
1) Ticker Type - which data would you like to use for the ticker input - Open, High, Low, Close, OHLC4
This indicator visualizes in a straight forward way the distance price is away from the mean in absolute standard deviations (Z-score) over a certain lookback period (can be configured). Additionally I've included a moving average of the distance, the MA type can be configured in the settings.
Personally using this indicator for some of my algo mean reversion...
Heavily modified from Z Score by jwammo12
Compares the z-score of two assets, the onscreen one and the reference one configured. If you're familiar, you can think of it as Bollinger Band Percent of Onscreen Asset minus the Bollinger Band Percent of Reference Asset.
It's compared off a simple moving average, due to how standard deviation is calculated.
// How it Works \\
This script calculates the open and close prices of Heikin Ashi candles across multiple timeframes,
If the candle formed on that timeframe is green it will display in the table a green square, If the candle is red, the square will display red.
// Settings \\
You can change the colours of the plots
You can also Change any of the timeframes...
This is my open-source indicator of z-score with buy and sell indicators.
I see there are other z-score indicators, I just am particular about how I like my z-scores calculated and so decided to make my own and add buy and sell signals to help guide me. And I figured I could share it openly here!
What is a Z-Score
A z-score is a statistical measures of the...
The following script is an application of the Z-Score (previous script).
Z-Scores can be used in place of standard deviation (sigma) in 'Bollinger Bands'.
The average of the sample (x-bar) over 21 days (N)
21 average trading days per month, fixed value
The average of the population (mu) over 63 days (n)
63 days per quarter, default is set to 63
The z-score is a way of counting the number of standard deviations between a given data value and the mean of the data set.
Z-score = (x̄ - μ) / (σ / √ n)
x̄ = sample mean (using the array.avg function = array(a,close ), where i = 1 to 21)
μ = population mean ( = avg(close, n))
σ = standard deviation of the population ( = stdev(close,n))
n = number of 'close'...
It is possible to approximate the underlying distribution of a random variable by using what is called an "Histogram". In order to construct an histogram one must first split the data into several intervals (also called bins) often of the same size and count the number of values falling within each intervals, the histogram plot is then constructed with the X axis...
**THIS VERSION HAS BEEN STANDARDIZED WITH A Z SCORE CALCULATION AND ALLOWS THE USER TO SELECT WHICH MOVING AVERAGE THEY WOULD LIKE TO UTILIZE FOR THE SIGNAL LINE**
Chart shows the Non-Standardized Enhanced Time Segmented Volume (Multi MA) with default settings on top and the Standardized version with default settings on the bottom.
Time Segmented Volume was...
This is a study to determine if small candle bodies (little difference between open and close), regardless of overall candle length (high/low), can be used to filter choppy markets.
The indicator will calculate the selected average "MA Mode" of (close-open). To standardize this result and ensure any filters/thresholds do not need to be recalculated for each...
Volatility Qaulity Zero Line attempts to keep a trader out of ranging markets, but the original calculation on TradingView had to be adjusted for each instrument. To avoid this issue, I have applied a z-score calculation to the VQZL so the result is standardized for all instruments. A Z-Score is simply a value's relationship to the mean (average) of a group of...
The fast z-score is a modification of the classic z-score that allow for smoother and faster results by using two least squares moving averages, however oscillators of this kind can be hard to read and modifying its shape to allow a better interpretation can be an interesting thing to do.
I already talked about the fisher...