Hey! By using this script you can choose between the Regular SuperTrend and Pivot Point SuperTrend.
Pivot Point SuperTrend differs in calculation from the regular SuperTrend and as the name suggests, Pivot Points are used instead of ATR.
I made this script to make it easier to switch and compare between one another.
Also included Jurik RSX as a Momentum...
This is a strategy utilizing multiple of Evergets RMI (thanks to him for permission to publish) and a Chance Momentum.
It buys when 4 of the RMIs are below their thresholds and sells when they are above. There is a 5th one I added last night that works in Reverse - buy when its above and sell when below, which should work better for pyramiding strats by using it...
A Super Trend based on the high and low of a Moving Average, to get an easy view what the current trend is and where to buy and sell.
- The 'Closing Source' option is the candle value that triggers the clouds. 'High/Low System' means that a downtrend is over when the candle LOW closes greater than the downtrend (dark cloud), an uptrend is over when the...
John Ehlers' Super Smoother 2 and 3 pole - properly initialized
Failure to properly initialize early values of the super smoother will result in misleading values early in the output.
Because the SS is an IIR ( infinite impulse response) filter, this error can ring in the filter for a long time, but
is extremely evident in the first...
Kendall Rank Correlation Coefficient script.
This way to measure the ordinal association between two measured quantities described by Maurice Kendall (1938, Biometrika, 30 (1–2): 81–89, "A New Measure of Rank Correlation").
In this script I compare Kendall Coefficient and Pearson Coefficient (using built-in "correlation" function).
Interquartile Range Bands script.
This indicator was originally developed by Alex Orekhov at his home.
The idea based on the interquartile range en.wikipedia.org
If price breaks out from the bands then it is `outlier` price.
After breakouts price always returns to its median.
Watch squeeze/expansion periods.
Anyway use it as a supplement to the other...