Fill indicates Strong Trend
Cross indicates End of Trend
El relleno indica una fuerte tendencia cuando el Di supera "Level Trend"
El cruce de Di+ con Di- indica el fin de la tendencia
Cuando el valor del ADX es menor a "Level Range", estamos en Rango
We display here the ADX has a colored histogram, which is
- green when ADX and DI+ are higher then DI-, while the ADX is increasing, meaning that we are in a potential uptrend--> we should rather be long (only buy if you have other concordant signals !)
- red when ADX and DI- are higher then DI+, while the ADX is increasing, meaning that we are in a potential...
This indicator combines two separate Simple RSI indicators so you can show different periods together, as well as an ADX indicator with DI+ and DI-. I prefer to use one indicator to show the whole thing, instead of stacking the individual indicators.
I have created an alternative visualisation of the ADX + DI indicator created by MasaNakamura, credits to them for providing the source code! :-)
The histogram represents the distance between the DI+ and the DI-. The crossing of the histogram is equal to the crossing of the DI lines.
The ADX line is coloured based on the threshold.
This creates a clean...
Average Directional Index (ADX) and Difference between DI+ and DI- (ΔDI±), I call it Delta for short.
The idea explained:
ADX is a common indicator for analysing trend strength. Values over 25 usually indicate the symbol is in "trend mode", meaning there is a lot of momentum, upwards or downwards, - while values under 25 suggest it is in "range mode", the price...
This Adx +-Di is just a complete version of what the ADX is supposed to signal.
So you have:
15 (contraction), 20 (threshold), 30 (expansion), 40 (resistance) levels.
Below 20 the price is not trending
Above 30 the price is trending
Below 15 price has been in contraction for too long
Between 20 and 30 price is in a "transition zone".
I finally added a...
Calculate ADX (and its constituent parts +DI, -DI, ATR),
using different moving averages and periods.
adx(atrMA, diMA, adxMA, atrLen, diLen, adxLen, h, l, c)
atrMA : Moving Average used for calculating the Average True Range.
Traditionally RMA, but using SMA here and in adxMA gives good results too.
diMA : Moving...