Multi Deviation Scaled Moving Average ChartPrime ⯁ OVERVIEW The Multi Deviation Scaled Moving Average is an analysis tool that combines multiple Deviation Scaled Moving Averages (DSMAs) to provide a comprehensive view of market trends. The DSMA, originally created by John Ehlers, is a sophisticated moving average that adapts to market volatility. This...

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Han Algo Indicator Strategy Description Overview: The Han Algo Indicator is designed to identify trend directions and signal potential buy and sell opportunities based on moving average crossovers. It aims to provide clear signals while filtering out noise and minimizing false signals. Indicators Used: Moving Averages: 200 SMA (Simple Moving Average): Used as a...

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This indicator allows users to anchor three types of moving averages (Simple Moving Average (SMA), Exponential Moving Average (EMA), and Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP)) to specific points in time (anchor points) Key Features: Select from three Moving Average Types: Simple Moving Average (SMA): Averages the closing prices over a specified period. ...

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Bayesian Trend Indicator Overview: In probability theory and statistics, Bayes' theorem (alternatively Bayes' law or Bayes' rule), named after Thomas Bayes, describes the probability of an event, based on prior knowledge of conditions that might be related to the event. The "Bayesian Trend Indicator" is a sophisticated technical analysis tool designed...

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The Dual SMA/EMA Bands indicator provides a clear view of market trends, combining Simple Moving Averages (SMA) and Exponential Moving Averages (EMA) in one customizable tool. Designed for any timeframe, it features Aqua and Purple Bands for 50-period and 200-period averages , respectively, aiding in trend analysis and volatility insights. Features: Adaptive...

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DSP FILTRATION PRIMER: DSP (Digital Signal Processing) filtration plays a critical role with financial indication analysis, involving the application of digital filters to extract actionable insights from data. Its primary trading purpose is to distinguish and isolate relevant signals separate from market noise, allowing traders to enhance focus on underlying...

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The concept of an inverted Exponential Moving Average (EMA) isn't commonly used in traditional technical analysis or trading strategies. Inverting the EMA essentially means taking the reciprocal of the EMA values. While it may not have widespread use or recognition, here are some potential considerations or interpretations for the inverted EMA: 1. **Inverse Trend...

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This indicator shows one EMA for the current timeframe one EMA for a lower timeframe Unlike the built-in Tradingview EMA indicator, this indicator shows the correct values for the lower timeframe EMA during Replay Mode.

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The Fisher Transform Indicator is classified as an oscillator, meaning that its value swings above and below a central point. This characteristic allows traders to identify overbought and oversold conditions, providing potential clues about market reversals. As mentioned previously, it is an oscillator so the strength of the move is displayed by how long the...

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All In One Multi Collection Moving Averages. Since signing up 2 years ago, I have been collecting various Сollections. I decided to get it into a decent shape and make it one of the biggest collections on TV, and maybe the entire internet. And now I'm sharing my collection with you. 140 Different Types of Moving Averages are waiting for you. Specifically : " ...

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K’s Reversal Indicator II uses a moving average timing technique to deliver its signals. The method of calculation is as follows: * Calculate a moving average (by default, a 13-period moving average). * Calculate the number of times where the market is above its moving average. Whenever that number hits 21, a bearish signal is generated, and whenever that number...

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The geometric moving average is a type of moving average that calculates the geometric mean of the previous n-periods of the price time series. Unlike the simple moving average that uses the arithmetic mean to continuously calculate the moving average as new price data comes in, the geometric moving average uses the geometric mean formula to get the moving average...

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This Average Range Lines indicator identifies high and low price levels based on a chosen time period (day, week, month, etc.) and then uses a simple moving average over the length of the lookback period chosen to project support and resistance levels, otherwise referred to as average range. The calculation of these levels are slightly different than Average True...

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Inspired by Ricardo Santos's " Multiple Moving Average Candle System V0" () This script plots 6 moving averages using the plotcandle function rather than the normal plot function. Result is a stylish indicator that shows moving average crossovers in a more visual way. Moving average type options available are , or Simple, Exponential, Hull, Relative, Volume...

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Hello traders, I'm Only Fibonacci. With this indicator, you will see the averages according to the hourly, weekly and monthly price movements in many periods on the chart. This will show you the moving average values of the price over different periods in a progressive manner on the chart that is open to you. Options and Usage To see the hourly average,...

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This script is "Moving average deviation rate" to Indexing. index = average deviation rate / (Sigma * (input:SIgma)) * 100 It's for people who like simplicity.

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Originally created and taught by Taylor Jenks, this indicator provides portfolio allocation suggestions based on the behaviour of price and 3 simple moving averages (4/10/40 by default) (ie. when short & medium term SMAs are above the long term then allocation is to be 100%). This percentage allocated to the stock/commodity is to be reduced as it passes below the...

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Ignition Cha Cha Cha (ICCC) is a 3 color coded moving average indicator which numerically quantify the angle of their trends. I have labeled them as fast, medium and slow. The trend colors are Green for bullish, Red for bearish and Grey for sideways. The sideways movement can be user defined for all 3 in the settings under Threshold. If you regard for example...

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