This indicator is build keeping in mind how the Indian Market is formed - the free-float market capitalization concept
1) Considered new FINNIFTY - Nifty Financial Service index stocks according to NSE
2) Multiplied each stock Volume by its Weightage given in NSE Site every month End - means giving importance to volume by its weightage
3) Green Candle -...
☑️ Show the divergences.
☑️ Shows the approximate price of an RSI level (by default it is level 55 but it can be changed for any other level).
☑️ Shows the bulls and bears zones, in green when crossing level 50 up and red when crossing down.
☑️ Circle the highest and lowest levels as possible purchases and sales.
☑️ Includes a smoothed RSI.
This is just a simple tool for convenient to compare and showing a clear image of all sector and index in Malaysia. They are just in one indicator. From this indicator, you can predict momentum of each sector in Malaysia, which is currently in bull or bear trend.
In the setting, the first line with the option...
Crypto ADX + DMI
This indicator is a customised version of the ADX + DMI by J. Welles Wilder in 1978, with default settings optimal for cryptocurrencies.
What is the DMI (ADX) Indicator?
According to Investopedia:
DMI (ADX) consists of three indicators that measure a trend’s strength and direction. Three lines compose the Direction Movement Index (DMI): ADX...
// Constructs the trailing ATR stop above or below the price, and switches
// directions when the source price breaks the ATR stop. Uses the Average
// Directional Index (ADX) to switch between ATR multipliers. The higher
// multiplier is used when the ADX is rising, and the lower ATR multiplier
// is used with the ADX is falling. This ADX criteria further widens...
It came to my attention that one very common implementation of SMI was incorrect; rather than subtracting the first hour delta and adding the last hour delta it subtracts the whole day delta and adds the last 30m delta. While this indicator might have had some use, it is not what I understand to be the actual Smart Money Index and so I post this as a correction...
Accumulation Swing Index
ASI is a cumulative sum of swing index, developed by Wilder. ASI attemps to show the "real market" by quantifying price. This allows the use of classic support/resistance analysis on the index itself. Typical analysis involves looking for breakouts, new highs and lows, and...
I am a big fan of Constance Brown. Her book "Technical Analysis for Trading Professionals" is an absolute classic (get the 2nd edition).
I have included here 2 of the indicators she uses in all her charts.
This is a formula Ms Brown developed (Cardwell may not agree!) to identify divergence failures with...
RVSI is an alternative volume-based indicator that measures the rate of change of average OBV.
How to read a chart using it?
First signal to buy is when you see RVSI is close to green oversold levels.
Once RVSI passes above it's orange EMA, that would be the second alert of accumulation.
Be always cautious when it reaches 50 level as a random...
For Educational Purposes. Results can differ on different markets and can fail at any time. Profit is not guaranteed.
This only works in a few markets and in certain situations. Changing the settings can give better or worse results for other markets.
This is a mean reversion strategy based on Bollinger Bands and the Intraday Intensity Index (a volume indicator)....
As you can see in the chart below, regular ATR is not useful for long term analysis. Normalizing it, fixes the issue. This indicator can be used to measure absolute volatility. It has a built-in stochastic as well for relative volatility. ATR counts high and low in the equation unlike Bolinger Band...
The Range Expansion Index ( REI ) oscillator is based on Tom Demark's studies and described in "DeMark on Day Trading Options" book.
Range Expansion Index is an oscillator which compares current intraday highs and lows with the high and low of two bars ago.
The indicator oscillates between +100 and - 100, Default overbought and oversold conditions are 45/-45...
I am calling it a SNAP BACK indicator.
Utilizing the TVI (Transactional Value Index - Link below for indicator / setups)
You can pretty much guess when any instrument could slow down, last stand in a pullback and the last few candles before losing its strong trend.
It varies per person, a short term trader can use this, Long term traders can hedge with...