The Heikin Ashi Volatility Percentile (HAVP) Oscillator was inspired by the legendary Bollinger Band Width Percentile indicator(known as BBWP), written by Caretaker, and made famous by Eric Krown, a famous influencer. This script borrows aspects of the BBWP indicator which enables the HAVP oscillator to visually match the look and feel of BBWP and allows similar...

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Smoothed Heikin Ashi Trend on chart - Backtest This is a backtest of the Smoothed Heikin Ashi Trend indicator, which computes the reverse candle close price required to flip a Heikin Ashi trend from red to green and vice versa. The original indicator can be found in the scripts section of my profile. This particular back test uses this indicator with a Trend...

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A smooth looking indicator created from a mix of ALMA and LRC curves. Includes alternative calculation for both which I came up with through trial and error so a variety of combinations work to varying degrees. Just something I was playing around with that looked pretty nice in the end.

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The following moving average adapt to the average number of highest high/lowest low made over a specific period, thus adapting to trend strength. Interesting results can be obtained when using the moving average in a MA crossover system or as a trailing support/resistance. Settings Length : Period of the indicator, with higher values returning smoother...

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So far the most widely used moving average with an adjustable weighting function is the Arnaud Legoux moving average (ALMA), who uses a Gaussian function as weighting function. Adjustable weighting functions are useful since they allow us to control characteristics of the moving average such as lag and smoothness. The following moving average has a simple...

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Introduction Who doesn't like smooth things? I'd like a smooth market price for christmas! But i can't get it, instead its so noisy...so you apply a filter to smooth it, such filters are called low-pass filters, they smooth and its great but they have lag, so nobody really use them, but they are pretty to look at. Its on a childish note that i will introduce...

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RedK Slow Smooth Average (RSS_WMA) is based on simple, multi-WMA passes to generate a moving average that sacrifices low-lag and fast responsiveness for the sake of smoothness. This smoothness enables an increased trader ability to visualize and track longer-term trends and removes the noise of smaller, relatively insignificant price...

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Introduction People often ask me what is my best indicators, i can't really respond to this question with a straight answer but i would say you to check this indicator. The Autonomous Recursive Moving Average (ARMA) is an adaptive moving average that try to minimize the sum of squares thanks to a ternary operator, this choice can seem surprising since most of...

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Hello Friend, This is a very simple script for fun to demonstrate the new ability to change the colors of attributes pertaining to the plotbar() and plotcandle() functions using series inputs. For Heiken Ashi lovers, this script does several things. It gives you both bars and hollow candles with Heikin Ashi values - something TV does not currently support. It...

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The weights of this moving average are powers of the weights of the standard weighted moving average WMA . Remember: When parameter Power = 0, you will get SMA . When parameter Power = 1, you will get WMA . Good luck!

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Introduction This is a modification of an old indicator i made. This filter aim to adapt to market trend by creating a smoothing constant using highest and lowest functions. This filter is visually similar to the edge-preserving filter, this similarity can make this filter quite good for MA cross strategies. On The Filter Code a = nz(a ) + alpha*nz(error )...

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In general gaussian related indicators are built by using the gaussian function in one way or another, for example a gaussian filter is built by using a truncated gaussian function as filter kernel (kernel refer to the set weights) and has many great properties, note that i say truncated because the gaussian function is not supposed to be finite. In general the...

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Today we'll link time series forecasting with signal processing in order to provide an original and funny trend forecasting method, the post share lot of information, if you just want to see how to use the indicator then go to the section "Using The Indicator". Time series forecasting is an area dealing with the prediction of future values of a series by using a...

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Applying a window to the filter weights provides sometimes extra control over the characteristics of the filter.In this script an hamming window is applied to the volume before being used as a weight.In general this process smooth the frequency response of a filter. Lets compare the classic vwma with hamming windowed vwma Something i noticed is that windowed...

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Introduction Roughness of a signal is often non desired since smooth signals are easier to analyse, its logical to say that anything interacting with rough price is subject to decrease in accuracy/efficiency and can induce non desired effects such as whipsaws. Being able to measure it can give useful information and potentially avoid errors in an analysis. It...

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Library "AnalysisInterpolationLoess" LOESS, local weighted Smoothing function. loess(sample_x, sample_y, point_span) LOESS, local weighted Smoothing function. Parameters: sample_x : int array, x values. sample_y : float array, y values. point_span : int, local point interval span. aloess(sample_x, sample_y, point_span) aLOESS, adaptive local...

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When i was in Japan with some traders colleagues we talked about traditional charting tools from this country and how they changed the way we look at our charts today. Then suddenly one of the japanese traders i have met earlier said "Why not making another charting tool ? Smoother than Heikin-Ashi and including all the information a trader may need but easier to...

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Hello All, High-Low Index is a breadth indicator based on Record High Percent (RHP). RHP is based on new 52-week highs and new 52-week lows. RHP => 100 * (new highs) / (new highs + new lows). High-Low Index is a 10-day Simple Moving Average of the RHP, which makes it a smoothed version of RHP. You can find many articles about High-Low Index on the...

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