EXPERIMENTAL: channel lines based on linear regression and exponential curves (only 3 steps tho) that can be customized to adjust the advance/decay start/middle/end of line plus the lenght of the steps, 2nd step is 4x longer then the 1st.
This indicator is a compliment to Exponential Deviation Bands . It is the difference between the upper and the lower bands divided by the middle band. It is an easy way to visualize consolidation before price movements or periods of higher volatility.
How it works
During a period of high volatility, the distance between the two bands will widen and Exponential...
All the moving averages bewteen 3 and 200 in increments of 5.
with the ability to change colours
and change between simple and exponential.
It provides an easy and fast way to determine the trend direction and possible reversals.
This indicator plots 2/20 exponential moving average. For the Mov
Avg X 2/20 Indicator, the EMA bar will be painted when the Alert criteria is met.
You can use in the xPrice any series: Open, High, Low, Close, HL2, HLC3, OHLC4 and ect...
I've condensed my SMAs down to these 6 and have found them to be most useful for Bitcoin, which is what I trade the most. They all have played their roll in acting as support and resistance and making decisions with the 30 period probably the least relevant, but relevant nonetheless. There is the option to change to exponential if desired.
Basic script that allows you to have 3 scripts all in one EMA (exponential moving averages). They are useful to know the general trends of your chart: current long-term trend, short-term (or immediately) and general.
1 ° EMA 36 serves to define or mark action of the market trend price.
At the moment of crossing EMA 36 with EMA 200 upwards it indicates...
I've been using these for a while trading Bitcoin and I've found them to be the most useful to me. I replaced the 7 you may have seen in the first set with the 9 as I'm seeing it tested across many time frames quite frequently. The least used of the six is the 30 period, but it does have some influence I've found on the large time frames, mainly the weekly.
I saw some discussion of this so I whipped up an example to prove the that effect of history length on EMA values is pronounced, even for bars much further than the EMA length from the first candle of the chart.
This chart has two 89-bar EMAs of the close: a green one and a red one. However, for the red one, the first 89 bars of the graph are considered to have a...