Hello Everyone. I hope you are all doing great. It's been a long time since I posted my first script here, and I got a lot of response from that.
So, I thought I should share this script also to everyone, and anyone that may find it useful. Personally, I use it to tell the general market conditions.
Here's how I works : The script tries to determine the overall...
A simple (but improved on my first attempt) way to determine a ranging market.
The defaults are for a specific use of my own so by no means feel a need to use them, adjust as needed.
By default this sits on the main chart however if you want to see the lines behind the result make a copy and put the copy on it's own chart and then just check the "Show ATR" and...
A simple yet powerful way to filter out choppy ranges or sideways moves without missing out on good trades
It calculates the %-distance of the price to a moving average so you can ignore buy/sell signals around the center line.
The upper and lower line are thresholds to catch reversals of the trend when the distance to moving average is increasing.
See market structure at a glance with Higher Highs and Lower Lows. Bullish/Bearish/Ranging market bias is automatically derived. Optionally get alerted for breaks in market structure. Uses true Local Highs/Lows instead of simply the highest/lowest "pivot" for x bars. Can be useful as a support for learning market structure or for alerts for a change in structure...
This script is a useful tool to use to identify the current market. It includes three other indicators:
1. ATR (combined with a SMA of the ATR)
It allows you to filter for when the market is trending vs. when the market is ranging by using any of the three indicators. You can also combine them to find extremely good trends to trade, or if you're a...
I've created a simple oscillator which I think does a good job of easily showing you when price is worth watching or not. I think all too often you get stuck looking at something like an RSI and end up trading noise.
From my observations and experiences, I've found that there are 2 major catalysts for price movement--
Price is either trending and reaches a...
Sideways detection indicator using Bollinger bands .
In this case we take the original ratio between lower and upper and we smooth it even harder in order to get a better idea about the accuracy of the trend.
If the initial ratio is not between 0 and 1 and the smooth ratio is higher than our selected value, we get an idea if we are a in trending market or...
Display a smoothed true range during trending markets, thus filtering any measurement occurring during ranging markets. Whether the market is trending or ranging is determined by the position of the efficiency ratio relative to its Wilder moving average.
Resolution : resolution of the indicator
Length : period of the efficiency ratio and the...
This is a EMA Delta Oscillator: An attempt to show ranging markets based on the slope of the EMA.
Green = Bullish Market
Blue = Ranging Market
Red = Bearish Market
The EMA Slope is normalized to make it work like an oscillator with values between 0 and 1.
Bar colors show the oscillator colors, bar borders show the actual candle colors.
Range Action Verification Index (RAVI) indicator script. This indicator was originally developed by Tushar Chande (see his book "Beyond Technical Analysis: How to Develop and Implement a Winning Trading System").
Original Idea by Invsto
In this indicator, I explore the core concepts of RSI and extend it with smoothening to determine volatility.
LIME/GREEN : High Volatility and BULLISH trend
RED/FUCHSIA : High Volatility and BEARISH trend
GRAY: Low volatility/Potential Chop Zone
This script shows when price is in a range or trending. When the green line rises above the threshold the price is trending. When the green line falls below the threshold it's ranging. You may try adjusting the lookback way far back to find more areas of resistance.
It shows how many instances the current price has been crossed in the past...
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 the second version of Kay_BBands. But this is infused with ADX.
When +DI (Directional Index) is above -DI, then Upper band will be visible and vice-versa.
This is when the ADX is above the threshold. 20 is the default but can be set to 25.
When the ADX is below the specified threshold, both bands gets visible, showing no trending conditions.
Use it with...