The Balance of Power is an indicator that measures the strength of buyers versus that of sellers in the market, and needs to be smoothed by a moving average to be of much practical use (come to think of it, most indicators are smoothed by a moving average; this is why the RSI lookback mostly commonly used is 14, and not 1, but I digress...). I suppose it is...
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Many traders look at volume as a pre-signal that a move may happen.
In trading, some say that "the volume precedes the movement".
This simply means that often volume will increase before a significant...
Net Volume, or NV in short, is a cumulative volume indicator similar to OBV and A/D. Though it might look similar to these two indicators (especially A/D), rest assured it's better and more accurate than both. What it basically does, is dividing the volume session into buyers and sellers volumes; then subtracts former from the latter and adds the result to...
Who to use?
This indicator is for Long Term Investors or for Position trading and not for Day traders.
What time-frame to use?
• Daily, Weekly or Monthly
What is Blue line?
• Blue line is Cumulative Moving Average. It is cumulative sum of closing price.
• It is a trend reversal level.
• It is a strong support level.
• If price is below Blue line better not...
This plots the combined volume of the subsectors of the SPY using (open+close)/2, both per bar (narrow candles) and cumulative (wide faded candles).
This aims to use dollar volume and weights each sector individually in dollar amounts. NOT with the weighting used in the SPY index. This indicator is NOT equally weighted., it is weighted according to each...
Here is a light piece of code, The Indicator Integrator. It sums up a function (like an integral for you calculus folks). Unlike the 'cum' function that does a million bars of look back you can change the look back period, like limits of integration.
Built in is a difference of the close from an SMA. And there is an ROC. By changing what is summed up in the loop...
Some symbols in trading view are cumulative - meaning they increment continuously throughout the trading day and are reset to 0 at the new trading day.
For example USI:CVOLM (Call Volume in Miami).
This script subtracts the current cumulative value from the prior cumulative value, so the change/delta in the cumulative value can be determined bar-by-bar.