LazyBear

Indicators: Hurst Bands and Hurst Oscillator

These 2 indicators are derivative work from Jim Hurst's book - "The Magic of Stock Transaction Timing".

The bands are % bands around a median that gets calculated according to Hurst's formula. The outer bands (called ExtremeBands) signify extreme overbought/oversold conditions. Inner bands signify potential pullback points. As you can see, they also act as dynamic S/R levels.

The oscillator bands match the bands overlaid on price, so you will get an excellent indication of where the price is gonna do by using the oscillator along with the bands. Note that Hurst Oscillator can be used separately too, there is no technical dependency on Hurst Bands.

More info on Hurst Method:
http://www.readtheticker.com/Pages/IndLi...
Script open-source

Nello spirito di condivisione promosso da TradingView, l'autore (al quale vanno i nostri ringraziamenti) ha deciso di pubblicare questo script in modalità open-source, così che chiunque possa comprenderlo e testarlo. Puoi utilizzarlo gratuitamente, ma il riutilizzo del codice è subordinato al rispetto del Regolamento. Per aggiungerlo al grafico, mettilo tra i preferiti.

Vuoi usare questo script sui tuoi grafici?
//
// @author LazyBear
//
// If you use this code in its original/modified form, do drop me a note. 
//
study("Hurst Bands [LazyBear]", shorttitle="H%Bands_LB", overlay=true)
price = hl2
length = input(10, title="Displacement length")
InnerValue = input(1.6, title="Innerbands %")
OuterValue = input(2.6, title="Outerbands %")
ExtremeValue = input(4.2, title="Extremebands %")
showExtremeBands = input(false, type=bool, title="Display Extreme Bands?")
showClosingPriceLine = input(false, type=bool, title="Plot Close price?")
smooth = input(1, title="EMA Length for Close")

displacement = (length / 2) + 1
dPrice = price[displacement]

CMA = not na(dPrice) ?  sma(dPrice, abs(length)) : nz(CMA[1]) + (nz(CMA[1]) - nz(CMA[2]))
 
CenteredMA=plot(not na(dPrice) ? CMA : na, color=blue , linewidth=2)
CenterLine=plot(not na(price) ? CMA : na, linewidth=2, color=aqua)

ExtremeBand = CMA * ExtremeValue / 100
OuterBand   = CMA * OuterValue / 100
InnerBand   = CMA * InnerValue / 100

UpperExtremeBand=plot(showExtremeBands and (not na(price)) ? CMA + ExtremeBand : na)
LowerExtremeBand=plot(showExtremeBands and (not na(price)) ? CMA - ExtremeBand : na)
UpperOuterBand=  plot(not na(price) ? CMA + OuterBand : na)
LowerOuterBand=  plot(not na(price) ? CMA - OuterBand : na)
UpperInnerBand=  plot(not na(price) ? CMA + InnerBand : na)
LowerInnerBand=  plot(not na(price) ? CMA - InnerBand : na)

fill(UpperOuterBand, UpperInnerBand, color=red, transp=85)
fill(LowerInnerBand, LowerOuterBand, color=green, transp=85)

FlowValue = close > close[1] ? high : close < close[1] ? low : hl2
FlowPrice = plot(showClosingPriceLine ? sma(FlowValue, smooth) : na, linewidth=1)
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Commenti

Im not able to show the HO oscillator at all just the bands, is the indicator still valide?
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Do you have script for hurst oscillator? The above script only plots the bands....Thank you
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Night-mode, engage!https://www.
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tulipsNmore grahvity
haha, thanks! so much easier to read!
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LazyBear grahvity
:) You may want to change the colors of the extreme (outermost) bands.
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grahvity LazyBear
Cool. Changing them to white gives it almost & and embossed look.
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LazyBear grahvity
Nice. As @StephenShaffer mentioned, very pleasing on eyes.
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CodeGangsta grahvity
@grahvity, How did you get the oscillator please?
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mateena grahvity
@grahvity, can you please share the code of oscillator.Its no more available in share option
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You, Sir, are my new personal hero! Seems to work really good on lower timeframes. Be assured that i definitely would give more than just one thumb up if i could :)
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