Average penetration bars: Short description. And finally : found one idea for calculating the trend that comes from someone that calls himself "Vonasi" on the net. I liked the idea (it is not showing the usual "greater than" or "smaller than" trend) and used it in this indicator too (as an option,...
New article Deep Neural Networks (Part I). Preparing Data has been published: This series of articles continues exploring deep neural networks (DNN), which are used in many application areas including trading. Here new dimensions of this theme will be explored along with testing of new methods and...
QQE of Velocity: QQE (Quantitative Qualitative Estimation) is normally made using RSI (Relative Strength Index) as a "basic" indicator. This version is using Velocity (smoother momentum) and it can help in determining trend. Adjust the calculating period to your trading style: longer - to...
Macd-2:
MACD2 generates bearish signals from three main sources. These signals are a reflection of the bullish signals - negative divergence, bearish intersection of the moving averages, bearish intersection of the center line.
Author: John Smith
Trend direction and force - JMA smoothed: Trend direction and force index is a useful indicator, but it probably is showing too much signals in some cases Author: Mladen Rakic
BinaryWave_StDev:
The BinaryWave indicator with additional trend strength indication using colored dots based on the standard deviation algorithm.
Author: Nikolay Kositsin
Positions Info Panel: Indicator in the form of a panel. Displays the resulting direction of the position: resulting lot size and up or down arrow. Author: Vladimir Karputov
Parabolic Weighted Velocity: It is less known that what is usually known as Jurik Velocity is actually a difference of Parabolic Weighted Moving Average and Linear Weighted Moving Average. This version extends the original by allowing you to change the "power" of the calculated averages used...
Coin Flipping EA: Generates a random number, and if this number is even, it will buy, if odd - it will sell. Only 1 position at a time. Settings Choose the SL distance, Choose the TP distance, Choose the % of risk on your capital. Author: Charly Oudy
Pivot Oscillator Extended: Extended version of Pivot Oscillator. In addition to be able to calculate pivot points as oscillator, 4 ways of calculating pivot points were added: (Previous High + Previous Low + Previous Close)/3, (Previous High + Previous Low + Previous Close + Previous...
iTrend JMA: Very well known iTrend indicator but that uses JMA (Jurik Moving Average) for calculation. That makes it "faster" and smoother than the "regular" versions. Author: Mladen Rakic
ATR Trend Envelopes of Averages: Trend Envelopes indicator is calculated based on a % of price change. That % is then used to determine if there is a new trend or trend remains the same. This version is using ATR for the price change calculation instead and is adding prices smoothing prior...
STD Trend Envelopes of Averages: Trend Envelopes indicator is calculated based on a % of price change. That % is then used to determine if there is a new trend or trend remains the same. This version is using Standard Deviation for the price change calculation instead and is adding prices...
QQE of Parabolic Weighted Velocity: QQE (Quantitative Qualitative Estimation) is normally made using RSI (Relative Strength Index) as a "basic" indicator. This version is using Parabolic Weighted Velocity and it can help in determining trend. Adjust the calculating period to your trading...
STD Trend Envelopes - RSI: This version of Trend Envelopes RSI indicator differs in one significant point: instead of using fixed value (5) for envelopes calculation, standard deviation (adjusted by multiplier) of the calculated RSI is used for envelopes calculation. Also, the RSI indicator...
STD Trend Envelopes: Trend Envelopes indicator is calculated based on a % of price change. That % is then used to determine if there is a new trend or trend remains the same. This version is using Standard Deviation for the price change calculation instead, which makes it more self adjusting...
QQE of CCI: QQE (Quantitative Qualitative Estimation) is normally made using RSI (Relative Strength Index) as a "basic" indicator. This version is using CCI (Commodity Channel Index) instead. It seems that the job done by the QQE calculation is making a useful indicator and that it is useful...
Schaff Trend Cycle CD - NonLag MA: Schaff Trend Cycle CD is usually calculated using Signal line of the MACD, meaning EMA (Exponential Moving Average) of the difference of two EMAs (Exponential Moving Averages). This version uses a much "faster" moving average than EMA (NonLag MA) for that...
Ultra Trend - Zero Lag TEMA: Ultra Trend is an indicator that uses different period averages (usually it is JMA), checks their slopes and calculates the trend from those slopes. This version is using a "fast" (fast in response to market changes) Zero Lag TEMA for trend calculations. It is a...
Ultra Trend - Zero Lag DEMA: Ultra Trend is an indicator that uses different period averages (usually it is JMA), checks their slopes and calculates the trend from those slopes. This version is using a "fast" (fast in response to market changes) Zero Lag DEMA for trend calculations. It is a...
Mikko Breakout: Indicator based on a break of previous highest high or lowest low. You can chose a display type too: Display lines, Display bars, Display candles, Automatic (depends on a chart display type how the indicator will draw values). Author: Mladen Rakic
Zero Lag TEMA Crosses: This indicator is actually a combination of two values: it shows the crosses of fast and slow Zero Lag TEMA, and that cross determines the current market trend. Since Zero Lag TEMA is from a family of fast averages, this indicator is very responsive to sudden market...
Schaff Trend Cycle - NonLag MA: Schaff Trend Cycle is usually calculated using MACD, meaning the difference of two EMAs (Exponential Moving Averages). This version uses a much "faster" moving average than EMA (NonLag MA) for that calculation which makes the resulting MACD "faster" and thus...