A unique non-standard RSI formula with my extensions.
The indicator is displayed without delays and repaints, immediately after the close of the candle.
This formula allows me to correctly include the moving average in the calculation. The calculation allows me to display RSI with any type of MA.
By default I use EMA, with this type of MA my RSI is not visually...
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...
Various methods to calculate a symbol's timezone offset as a numerical value in hours and decimal minutes. This value may be useful to script authors in certain situations where timezone information needs to be available in a numerical format while using intraday charts. Special thanks to @LucF and TradingView Support for their efficiency advisements!
This Strategy is a trend following indicator. It is plotted on price and the current trend can be determined by its placement vis-a-vis price. It is constructed with just three parameters: Period, Multiplier and Entry/Exit Point with Superformula.
The default parameters are 14 for Average True Range (ATR) and 4 for its multiplier. The average true range (ATR)...
*** Use it at your own risk
This indicator has 3 indicators and gives a buy/sell signal depending on the EMA.
- Bollinger Band
It also shows the value on the candle as a warning in the Buy and Sell signals. This value is calculated with a special formula I have created.
On the other hand Bollinger Band and Ichimoku...
This is an Tradingview implementation of the Grahams Formula as described in Benjamin Grahams book "The Intelligent Investor".
In theory this can be used to screen for over- and undervalued stocks, however as Graham himself notes, you should look into other fundamentals when using them in conjunction with Grahams formula.
What is EMA ?
Ema is known as exponential moving average, it comes from the class of weighted moving average. It gives more weightage to the recent price changes, thus making it much more relevant to the current market analysis. Also it provides a dynamic way of calculating support and resistances in a trend following setup.
The most common way to mint profit out...