Bias And Sentiment Strength (BASS) Indicator is designed to be a quick visualization as to the market strength.
Pair with Alligator, MACD, or Moving Average lines on your chart for good results.
How to use this indicator:
Blue above 0 is positive sentiment, red below 0 is negative sentiment.
If you have blue above and red below, be cautious! The Bass is telling...
This script is for a triple moving average indicator where the user can select from different types of moving averages, price sources and lookback periods.
- 3 Moving Averages with variable MA types, periods, price sources and ability to disable each individually
- Crossovers are plotted on the chart with detailed information regarding the crossover...
Shows what we at TRI call the institutional bias, i.e. a bull bias when 9 ema is above 18 ema and a bear bias when the 9 ema is below the 18 ema.
Plots the 9 and 18 ema, and fills the background green when the institutional bias is bullish and red when it is bearish.
Bias alone is a powerful tool for trading. I use SMA3, SMA10, SMA20, SMA30 to cover short and middle term of the trend for scalping. Multiple biases can be introduced for long and short entries.
Use SMAs and biases for scalping with whale move alert (banker fund flow detection)
buy --> entry signal for long
Trends & Ranges uses EMA ATR bands as a SuperTrend indicator.
How to use:
This indicator can be used to give you a direction bias, with the added function to create ranges which often lead to reversals or flat trading periods. Trade the break-out or wait for pull backs in the direction of the trend.
I'm not great at explaining stuff and will probably make...
Creator: Michael G. Zahorchak.
The Art of Low Risk Investing by Michael G. Zahorchak, 1977. Unfortunately, it's all but impossible to find a copy these days.
The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators by Gregory L. Morris, 2006. A fantastic resource for those interested in Technical Analysis or creating their own trend based system.
This script is for a triple moving average indicator where the user can select from different types of moving averages, price sources, lookback periods and resolutions.
- 3 Moving Averages with variable MA types, periods, price sources, resolutions and the ability to disable each individually
- Crossovers are plotted on the chart with detailed...
作品: 均線乖離率 (Moving average Bias Ratio)
The concept of Moving average Bias Ratio is according to the difference between the long/short-term MA changes, determine the direction of buy or sell. Long if the short-term MAs is above the long-term MAs; Conversely, if the short-term MAs is below the long-term MAs, it is not held....
Deviation rate (bias), also known as deviation rate, or y-value for short, is an indicator to reflect the deviation degree between the price and MA in a certain period of time by calculating the percentage difference between the market index or closing price and a moving average, so as to obtain the possibility that the price will reverse or rebound due...
Yes, simple—the RexDog Average is a bias moving average indicator. The purpose is to provide the overall momentum bias you should have when trading an instrument. It works across all markets and all timeframes.
Price above the RexDog AVG = long momentum bias
Price below the RexDog AVG = short momentum bias
*Note: we have banned the word “trend” in...
Bam-- look what Rex did. A RexDog Average with ATR bands-- he's going insane. Simple but powerful.
This indicator includes the RexDog average but provides you with the ability to plot (and customize) both above and below ATR calculated bands.
With this indicator you can display all 3 or any combination of the bands: the RexDog Avg, Adding ATR Upper or the...
This script is for a single moving average with as many features as I can possibly fit into a single moving average. If you can think of more, or have questions regarding this script, please message me or contact me via social media.
- A single moving average (MA).
- Standard MA inputs.
- MA type.
- MA period.
- MA price.
A simple moving average (SMA) calculates the average of a selected price range, usually closing prices, based on the number of periods in that range. A simple moving average is a technical indicator that can be used to determine whether an asset price is holding a bull, a bear, or is reversing.
The bias shows the moving average rate of...
Bias is also known as deviation rate which is a technical index derived from the moving average principle. Its function is to measure the deviation degree between the stock price and the moving average line in the process of fluctuation.
Moving averages of period 6,12,24 and 72 are used in the calculation. Of course, it is...
Here’s an indicator that calculates the difference between the average distance we need to look back to find the up and down volume equal to the total volume of the last n bars. The further we need to look back to find the up or down volume, the more bearish or bullish its value is.
A not-yet published indicator from the PS-V5 blog!
This is an updated version on one of my previous scripts. Small explanation in the description.
This new script gives you a direction bias based on closing above and below the lines, with an option to filter fake signals by waiting for one more candle close.
Also added more moving...