This is an experimental study designed to analyze trend intensity using two Donchian Channels.
The DCTI curve is calculated by comparing the differences between Donchian highs and lows over a major an minor period, and expressing them as a positive and negative percentage.
The curve is then smoothed with an exponential moving average to provide a signal...
Bull and Bear power based on linear regression (this is a non lagging oscillator, the parameter are for the lookup window for the donchian extremes)
this indicator can also be used for convergence/divergence.
(accidentjev2) added multi timeframe support (indicator may repaint values)
experimental: analyzing the differences between price closure and multiple moving averages to discern movement and direction of market.
upper signal is the long trend, while the lower signal symbolizes faster movements within the trend.
Measures price distance from extremes.
Ranging closer to 0 means topping/bottoming (this can stay in this state for a long time), (price near extreme).
Can be used to peak trend reversals(will need to keep doing tests with it)
EXPERIMENTAL --> Use at your own risk.
This is not really a RSI not either a CVD. This is more like an experiment.
It's a RSI calculation applied on the CVD script i made () instead of a classic RSI based on candle close.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
This study is an alternative experimental interpretation of the Blast Off Indicator by Larry Williams.
This formula takes positive and negative magnitudes rather than the absolute value. The result is then smoothed with an EMA, and twice smoothed to provide a signal line.
Experiment in adding volume weighting to the calculation in determining HV.
See here for HV explanation : www.investopedia.com
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This is an experimental study designed to identify potential areas of support and resistance using a hybrid between Camarilla and Fibonacci pivot calculations.
The levels are calculated by taking 110% of the previous interval's range multiplied by 8.33%, 16.67%, 25%, 50%, 61.8%, 78.6%, 100%, 127.2%, 141.4%, and 161.8%, then adding them above and below the interval...