Noro's SILA v1.2 uses 5 trend indicators:
2) DI Plus-Minus
3) WOW trend indicator (my idea)
4) BarColor indicator (my idea)
5) BestMA (or "BMA") indicator (my idea)
The user can switch-off any indicator from 5 to achieve big accuracy.
How does it work?
Each indicator from 5 defines a trend in own way. If two indicators report that there will be a uptrend, and three others the indicator report that there will be a downtrend - it is downtrend (a red background).
For an example
Now SuperTrend = uptrend = +1
Now DI Plus-Minus = downtrend = -1
Now WOW trend indicator = downtrend = -1
Now BarColor indicator = downtrend = -1
Now BestMA (or "BMA") indicator = uptrend = +1
Sum = + 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 + 1 = -1 = downtrend
If sum > 0 = uptrend
The user himself chooses what there will be a sensitivity (in settings).
If sensivity = 3:
sum > or = 3 - uptrend
sum < or = -3 - downtrend
sum > -3 and < 3 - NA-color of background
3 lower (blue plots) is "sum+3"
5 upper is "sum-5"
1) sensivity - you see above
2) distance - distance between the price and lines (for convenience)
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.
pricehi = sma(high, 5)
pricelo = sma(low, 5)
per = usetl == true ? dist / 1000 : 0
plot(pricelo * (1 - per), color=color1, linewidth=1, title="SILA-line")