Introducing the Price Moving Average Ratio & Percentile indicator
A simple indicator which calculates :
The ratio between a chosen source price and a user defined moving average ( PMAR ) or
The percentile of the ratio between the chosen source price and a user defined moving average over an adjustable lookback period ( PMARP )
It then displays either the...
Dollar volume is simply the volume traded multiplied times the cost of the stock.
Dollar volume is an extremely important metric for finding stocks with enough liquidity for market makers to position themselves in. Market Liquidity is defined as market's feature whereby an individual or firm can quickly purchase or sell an asset without causing a drastic change...
Up/Down Volume Ratio is calculated by summing volume on days when it closes up and divide that total by the volume on days when the stock closed down.
High volume up days are typically a sign of accumulation(buying) by big players, while down days are signs of distribution(selling) by big market players. The Up Down volume ratio takes this assumption and turns...
Volume Buzz/Volume Run Rate as seen on TC2000 and MarketSmith respectively.
Basically, the volume buzz tells you what percentage over average(100 time period moving average) the volume traded was. You can use this indicator to more readily identify above-average trading volume and accumulation days on charts. The percentage will show up in the top left corner,...
Provides the volume run rate/buzz rate which measures volume traded compared to the past one hundred days, from marketsmith and tc2000 respectively, in the top corner. Make sure to hide the other plot so you don't have to see it :)
This applies Chande Momentum to Accumulation and Distribution index as a means to changes.
Compare it to both Money Flows, Acc/Dis and Chande and you notice it has elements of all of them. Could potentially replace other volume based momentum indicators in your strategy.
It is a little more volatile, reaching from side to side, while...
Price divergence is a good indicator to detect a trend change.
But only check the divergence value is not enough, the time range of how long the trend continues also needs to be measured.
This indicator accumulated Price Divergence until it turns from plus to minus or minus to plus.
From this Accumulated Price Divergence
1. The upper-level (long term) trend...
The Chaikin Oscillator is basically an oscillator version of the Accumulation / Distribution Index, also known as ADL Indicator.
The indicator runs both above and below zero, made to denote whether an asset is in a bullish (above zero) or bearish (below zero) trend.
It can be used to confirm trends, as well as spot possible trading signals due to...
an underlying asset.
It is determined by the changes in price and volume. The volume acts as a weighting coefficient at the change of price — the higher the coefficient (the volume) is the greater the contribution of the price change (for this period of time) will be in the value of the indicator. The indicator is also known as Accumulation / Distribution...
DepthHouse Volume Extension uses average calculations to determine the dynamic range which the volume travels through. Any spike above the line represents an over extension in average volume.
The colored bars are then calculated in a similar way, which measures a combination of both price and volume action to determine bull & bear exhaustion levels, and possible...
This indicator was originally developed by Paul L. Dysart in the 1930s and then described and popularized by Norman G. Fosback in his book "Stock Market Logic: A Sophisticated Approach to Profits on Wall Street"
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uses reversal candles to determine accumulation and distribution candles
remembers the last reversal candle and draws a support or resistance line at the reversal level
does a barcolor if the price breaks support/resistance
similar to the hoffman a/d breakout indicator but there is no trend detection components