What is it?

The MACD-V indicator is the normal version of the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) indicator but normalized for volatility . It is normalized for volatility in order to compare momentum values across time and across tickers which the normal MACD indicator fails to do.


The formula for the MACD-V is as follows
  • MACD Line = [[EMA(12,close) - EMA (26,close)] / ATR(26)] * 100
  • Signal Line = EMA (9, MACD )
  • Histogram = MACD Line - Signal Line

How to Use

The MACD-V indicator is used to analyze normalized trends. If the MACD line is above 150, it is considered overbought. If the MACD line is below -150, it is considered oversold. Crossovers of the MACD line and the signal line are considered to be points of trend changes as well.

  • Customizable Overbought/Oversold boundaries
  • Customizable colors


All credit for the idea behind this indicator goes to Alex Spiroglou CMT. His academic paper on the indicator can be found here.
In addition to Alex's idea for the paper, one TradingView user, Mik3Christ3ns3n has created a partial version of it which can be found here.


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