The theory behind the indexes is as follows: On days of increasing volume,
you can expect prices to increase, and on days of decreasing volume, you can
expect prices to decrease. This goes with the idea of the market being in-gear
and out-of-gear. Both PVI and NVI work in similar fashions: Both are a running
cumulative of values, which...
I am a big fan of Constance Brown. Her book "Technical Analysis for Trading Professionals" is an absolute classic (get the 2nd edition).
I have included here 2 of the indicators she uses in all her charts.
This is a formula Ms Brown developed (Cardwell may not agree!) to identify divergence failures with...
Accumulation Swing Index
ASI is a cumulative sum of swing index, developed by Wilder. ASI attemps to show the "real market" by quantifying price. This allows the use of classic support/resistance analysis on the index itself. Typical analysis involves looking for breakouts, new highs and lows, and...
This indicator can apply my previous indicator, Historical and Standard Stochastic, to Money Flow (ADMF) or Absolute Strength Index (ASI) or both at the same time. It can also display those two indicators in regular mode as well as showing visual cues when the indicators make new ATH or ATL.
ASI is basically a new name I am giving to my Gain/Loss Moving Average...
Why this Script : Nifty 50 does not provide volume and some time it is really useful to understand the volume .
This is the pine script which calculate the nifty 50 volume .
Take each stock contribute to nifty 50 and find it's volume .
Multiply the same with contribution percentage of the same on Nifty 50
Add up all of them and find the total volume...
Relative Momentum Index indicator script. This indicator was originally developed by Roger Altman (Stocks & Commodities V. 11:2 (57-60)).
RMI with momentum period of 1 will be equal to an RSI when they have the same period and source price.
The Accumulation Swing Index is a cumulative total of the Swing Index.
The Accumulation Swing Index was developed by Welles Wilder.
The SwingIndex function was developed to help cut through the maze of
Open, High, Low and Close prices to indicate the real strength and direction
of the market. The Swing Index function looks at the Open, High, Low and
This will show you the RSI of the higher timeframes (up to 1D). Current Timeframe is colored red, higher timeframes are colored from light gray to darker gray (you can change that).
There are several ways to enter a trade:
1. look for rising RSI on higher timeframe (line is stepping up in indicator window), wait for current RSI to decline to oversold (with...
Market movements can be characterized by two distinct types or phases. In the ﬁrst, the market shows trending movements which have a directional bias over a period of time. The second type of market behavior is periodic or cyclic motion, where the market shows no consistent directional bias and trades between two levels. This type of market...
Indicator developed by Brazilian and analyst Odir Aguiar (Didi), consists of "Moving Averages", known for the famous needles Didi, which allows the visualization of reversal points.
The concept is very simple, when you insert 3 Moving Averages on display, one of three periods, an 8 and the other 20, there appears the formation of the indicator which works on an...
A modified DMI, This turns the standard DMI into an Oscillator. The DMI cross signal is the same, but as an OSC you get the added benefits or finding divergences, etc. The added WIlder's Average Line (blue) can help you see if a short term trend is getting less interesting.
The Range Expansion Index ( REI ) oscillator is based on Tom Demark's studies and described in "DeMark on Day Trading Options" book.
Range Expansion Index is an oscillator which compares current intraday highs and lows with the high and low of two bars ago.
The indicator oscillates between +100 and - 100, Default overbought and oversold conditions are 45/-45...
As you can see in the chart below, regular ATR is not useful for long term analysis. Normalizing it, fixes the issue. This indicator can be used to measure absolute volatility. It has a built-in stochastic as well for relative volatility. ATR counts high and low in the equation unlike Bolinger Band...
This indicator was originally developed by Paul L. Dysart in the 1930s and then described and popularized by Norman G. Fosback in his book "Stock Market Logic: A Sophisticated Approach to Profits on Wall Street"
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RSI Donchian Channels
Built by Ricardo and JR
Here is a great indicator to use for strong trends. Donchian Channels react immediately to changes in the highest high and lowest low. For strong trends you want to trade when RSI is set along the upper or lower DC-RSI envelope. When the RSI releases from the DC-RSI envelope, you can take the trade off.
The RVI is a modified form of the relative strength index (RSI).
The original RSI calculation separates one-day net changes into
positive closes and negative closes, then smoothes the data and
normalizes the ratio on a scale of zero to 100 as the basis for the
formula. The RVI uses the same basic formula but substitutes the