Guppy EMA Trend Based Indicator Requested by 2use
1. If Fast and Slow EMA's are ALL in Uptrend. Fast EMA=Aqua Slow EMA's=Green.
2. If Fast And Slow EMA's are ALL in DownTrend. Fast EMA's=Orange Slow EMA's=Red.
3. If Conditions 1 or 2 = False the Color=Silver.
4. If Down Trend Slow EMA's = Resistance.
5. If Up Trend Slow EMA's =...
CM Super Guppy with Long/Short signals, backtesting, and additional options. Updated for PineScript v4.
Features 2 primary modes, depending on your risk profile. These options are available in the settings:
"Early Signals" ON (default):
Prints a "long" on grey to green transitions AND red to gray transitions.
Prints a "short" on...
An implementation of the Guppy Multiple Moving Average, as originally described by Daryl Guppy.
Alert presets have been added for convenience, including
- Price enters investor group
- Price rises over investor group
- Price falls under investor group
- Trader-group rises above Investor group
- Trader-group falls below Investor group
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This is an updated version of script created By ChrisMoody to use Daryl Guppy EMA's.
30-Aug-2017 Revisions by JustUncleL
Added Optional Alert Arrows
Added Alertcondition to generate signals for Alarm Subsystem.
Changed some default colours.
CMs Original script and details can be found here:
Based on my previous script "Turtle N Normalized," this script plots the CM SuperGuppy on the value of N to identify changing trends in the volatility of any instrument.
Turtle rules taken from an online PDF:
"The Turtles used a concept that Richard Dennis and Bill Eckhardt called N to represent the underlying volatility of a particular market.
N is simply the...
The Guppy Multiple Moving Average (GMMA) is a technical indicator that identifies changing trends, breakouts, and trading opportunities in the price of an asset by combining two sets of moving averages (MA) with different time periods. There is a short term group of MAs and a long term group of MAs.
L1 GMMA Long Entry classify...
This is an indicator that plots customizable Kijun Sen and Tenkan Sen from the Ichimoku chart.
Since Kijun and Tenkan can effectively be used as an alternative of EMA and can play a pivotal role in many strategies, this indicator can be helpful
This indicator measures the distance between the Guppy EMAs.
Fast and Slow Guppy distances are plotted based on traditional Chris Moody Guppy colors.
Green = Long Term Bullish
Red = Long Term Bearish
Gray = Neither
Similarly colors for ST Bullish and Bearish signals based on Guppy.
Thank you, CM and xkavalis!
This is a guppy made from FIbbonacci numbers (from 1 to 1597).
Here is how to trade with this guppy.
when 6-8 lines tighten together, it means there will be high volatility coming very soon. Trade according to where the next candle opens (for scalping etc). For example: if the 8 lines of guppy tighten and candle closes above guppy with momentum and trend in...