The original Chop Zone indicator by Trading View is good, but has a few limitations which I've addressed in this one
Too many colors which confuse and/or overwhelm users like me
Inability to change the EMA period
This one has just 3 customizable colors for
Uptrend - default = Turquoise
Downtrend - default = red
Everything else - default = lime
Heyo guys, I made a new (repainting) indicator called Local Model Kalman Market Mode.
I created it, because I wanted a reliable market mode filter for a potential mean-reversion strategy (e. g. BB Scalping).
On the screenshot you can see an example of how to use it in a BB strategy.
E.g. you would enter long when you have bullish divergence, price...
The RedK Chop & Breakout Scout (C&BS or just CBS) is a centered oscillator that helps traders identify when the price is in a chop zone, where it's recommended to avoid trading or exit existing trades - and helps identify (good & tradeable) price breakouts.
i receive many questions asking for simple ways to identify chops .. Here's one way we can do that.
Here is a Dashboard to find the opportunuty of bigs moves with 20 pairs.
The Dashboard is too big for the phone view. I thinks we can use it only on computer view.
How it's work ?
I look for the CHOP on Weekly and Daily time frame
The CHOP give the "tension" of the pair.
So i look for the biggest "tension" to take the "big mooves"
I look for the align...
This indicator is based on the Chopiness Index. If you're used to trade with the Chop, you may check several timeframes to enter a position. It starts getting annoying to check 2 timeframes for every single position you want to enter in, thanks to this indicator, you'll be able to monitor it in a single indicator.
2 parameters will have to be set up:
CHOPORSI is a multiindicator.
This indicator help You to recognize potential in or out singal.
Base singals are from Choppines, RSI, AND DMI indicators.
It is a combination of 3 separate indicators like choppines RSI and DMI.
Then our new indicator see like bellow on next image.
Yellow line is sum of CHOP index and RSI ,...
It is based on the Choppiness Index indicator. It can show you when the market is in range. If the lines are below the lower band, it can be a strong trend, if it is inside the 2 bands, it is considered to be a choppy market, and if it is crossed down the upper band, it can be a developing trend.
This indicator does not show you the trend direction! This may be...
Indicator functions can be used in other indicators and strategies. This will be extended by time with indicators I use in my strategies and studies.
atrwo(length, stdev_length, stdev_mult) ATR without outliers
length : The length of the ATR
stdev_length : The length of the standard deviation, used for detecting...
This is my spin on the Chop Zone indicator. It was forked from the built-in TradingView Chop Zone indicator. There were several reasons for this effort...
The built-in indicator version had no real configuration options
It was hard-coded to use the 34-period EMA with fixed span sizes for identifying price range
There was no real context to the meaning of...
A simple tile on the chart that indicates the choppiness index on the chart for the chart's timeframe. The index tile will show 3 different colors based on the value of the choppiness index. 61.8 for the high threshold and 38.2 for the lower threshold.
This is a Strategy with associated visual indicators and Long/Short and Reverse/Close Position Alerts for the Choppiness Index (CHOP) . It is used to determine if the market is choppy (trading sideways) or not choppy (trading within a trend in either direction). CHOP is not directional, so a DMI script was ported into this strategy to allow for trend...
Choppiness Index and RSI by ceyhun
This indicator is based on the inverse relationship between CHOP and RSI.
If the RSI is greater than CHOP, the Bar color will be blue.
If CHOP is greater than RSI, the bar color will be red.
If CHOP is less than 38.2, the color will turn blue. positive
If the CHOP is between 38.2 and 61.8, the color will be...
A simple yet powerful way to filter out choppy ranges or sideways moves without missing out on good trades
It calculates the %-distance of the price to a moving average so you can ignore buy/sell signals around the center line.
The upper and lower line are thresholds to catch reversals of the trend when the distance to moving average is increasing.
This is a study to determine if small candle bodies (little difference between open and close), regardless of overall candle length (high/low), can be used to filter choppy markets.
The indicator will calculate the selected average "MA Mode" of (close-open). To standardize this result and ensure any filters/thresholds do not need to be recalculated for each...
Original Idea by Invsto
In this indicator, I explore the core concepts of RSI and extend it with smoothening to determine volatility.
LIME/GREEN : High Volatility and BULLISH trend
RED/FUCHSIA : High Volatility and BEARISH trend
GRAY: Low volatility/Potential Chop Zone
This demonstrates how you might filter your signals using RSI, but the same technique could be applied to Stochastic RSI and any other oscillator that has overbought and oversold conditions.
Use it as a visual indicator to determine when to enter a trade:
Red = Chop zone (no trade)
Bright red = Tight chop (dear god stay away)
Green = Overbought or oversold...
Volatility Qaulity Zero Line attempts to keep a trader out of ranging markets, but the original calculation on TradingView had to be adjusted for each instrument. To avoid this issue, I have applied a z-score calculation to the VQZL so the result is standardized for all instruments. A Z-Score is simply a value's relationship to the mean (average) of a group of...
The original problem: The choppiness index is great at finding ranging markets, but it is sometimes very slow, which means most of the time it only catches the end of a trend.
This indicator tries to solve this. It uses the choppiness index and filters it using a factor that is based on the standard deviation of the ATR.
The ATR based filter is calculated by...