Just 2 Moving Averages with adjustable settings and shifting capability, plus signals and predicting continuations.
At the time of publish these different types of MAs are supported:
- SMA (Simple)
- EMA (Exponential)
- DEMA (Double Exponential)
- TEMA (Triple Exponential)
- RMA (Adjusted Exponential)
- WMA (Weighted)
- VWMA (Volume Weighted)
I didn't publish on Friday because I was working on an Expert Advisor in MT4. The day I don't publish, some scripts spamming guys published many (not useful) scripts the same to kick me out of the TOP #1 ranking.
So what I'm going to do about it? crying or sharing more quality scripts than before? :)
I guess you know the answer :) I'm gonna share a...
Quad-HullMA-cross & VWMA & MacD & TSI combination
added script for strategy settings to be already correct when strategy loads onto chart:
calc_on_order_fills= true, calc_on_every_tick=true, default_qty_type=strategy.percent_of_equity, default_qty_value=100, pyramiding=0
Hello my friends
Sorry yesterday I couldn't post an indicator because I was travelling. So here's the today indicator inspired from that one Moving-Average-Heatmap-Visualization/
This will gives an interesting representation of a Double Moving Average cross
That's all for me
Let's resume the free indicators publishing next Monday with the MA heatmap (Triple...
The Dynamically Adjustable Moving Average (AMA) is an adaptive moving average proposed by Jacinta Chan Phooi M’ng (1) originally provided to forecast Asian Tiger's futures markets. AMA adjust to market condition in order to avoid whipsaw trades as well as entering the trending market earlier. This moving average showed better results than...
Einfacher EMA-Cross Indikator mit Indikation der Crosses auf EMA-Linie und am Chart-Bottom +
MACD-Cross wird default an: location.top angezeigt zusätzlich zeigt die Hintergrundfarbe an ob der MACD über (grün) oder unter (rot) seinem Signal liegt.
The simple Moving average cross strategy is here implemented.
I guess there are multitudes of similar scripts around.
I post this one since I was asked by some friends, and I'll let it free to use for anybody.
Here you can choose the year where to start backtesting, the source, the type of MA, the SL and TP multiplicators of ATR, for which you can also choose the...
Four EMA strategy
Creates one indicator with three exponential moving averages based off the central pivot point
which assists you in trading pure price action using floor pivots.
This also helps you to avoid getting chopped up during price confluence.
ShortEMA – Number of periods used to calculate the short term moving average.
Displays 5 popular EMAs (you can hide any you don’t want to see from the “Styles” screen when editing the config).
Set the values for your EMAs by clicking the cog after adding this indicator to your chart.
A Long or Short signal is fired when EMA1 crosses EMA2 - a cross up is a Long signal, a cross down is a Short signal.
Connect to your Bots (3commas /...
Hello my dear ambitious traders
I'm working hard this week to publish some great indicators this week and open sourced. Hope you'll enjoy, learn and use them.
This will be my greatest reward but comments showing appreciation are also very welcomed (actually likes too) :)
For today, I'll share a simple indicator but it's coming along with some insightful...
Impulse responses can fully describe their associated systems, for example a linearly weighted moving average (WMA) has a linearly decaying impulse response, therefore we can deduce that lag is reduced since recent values are the ones with the most weights, the Blackman moving average (or Blackman filter) has a bell shaped impulse response, that is mid term values...
Plots Daily and Weekly 10 & 5 EMAs (but fully customizable to your own).
In addition to plotting the EMAs it color coordinates trend bias and has cross confirmation signals.
Philosophy and how to read:
I use this indicator when trading strictly on the daily timeframe. I have not tested it on other timeframes.
In my trade system I start with both the monthly...
This is pure chaos!
I just wanted 1 thing I can put on a chart to try to get a clearer picture of what is going on (and not take up all the indicator spaces a free user is allowed haha)
Many things going on from so many different users
honestly I'm sorry I cant shout out everyone whose code I have ever read and used in another project just for the sake of...