Pretty simple here - this is the base EMAs I suggest most traders use in the FOREX market for swings and scalp trading. Works well on 5m, 15m, 1H, 4H, and daily trading if you design an edge to interpret the relationship these averages of price are telling you.
The 9EMA is not as valuable on the 1HR timeframe.
This is a moving average with a customizable gaussian kernel. You can shape your kernel by selecting your parameters in the settings window. This is not something that is immediately ready to mess with by just applying it on the chart, it is very useful for people who are researching indicators and developing new tools. To see the shape of your kernel you can plug...
double hull moving average crossover
hull moving average / volume weighted moving average crossover
Red dot = SELL
Green dot = BUY
Longest MA color change to green = BUY
Longest MA color change to red = SELL
You can have 3 Moving Averages (customizable) using only one indicator! With them, you can know the general trend, immediate trend and the standard. You can try to operate using the crosses of this Moving Averages.
Multi-Timeframe SMA plots Simple Moving Averages of 10 different timeframes. It is exhausting and impractical to switch your chart to different timeframes everytime to check at support levels. Hence, this helps you to always monitor the MA suppport/resistance levels of all timeframes, no matter on which timeframe you are.
By default, the indicator plots 200 SMA...
Date: 28/12/2015 - Plataform: TradingView - Type: separated graphic
Based on moving projections of Rafael Jimenez Tocino.
This indicator helps us determine the evolution of the price depending on how comets tails are showing in the chart.
When the comet seems to stop, it opens its tails considerably and warns us of a possible change in trend.
This indicator was originally developed by John F. Ehlers (Stocks & Commodities, V.18:7 (July, 2000): "Optimal Detrending").
Mr. Ehlers worked on the smoother that could have no more than a one-bar lag. An elliptic filter provides the maximum amount of smoothing under the constraint of a given lag.
This is a moving average with a customizable random kernel. You can shape your kernel by selecting your parameters in the settings window. This is not something that is immediately ready to mess with by just applying it on the chart, it is very useful for people who are researching indicators and developing new tools. To see the shape of your kernel you can plug...
Here a script uses the moving average cloud. A sma (50, aqua) and a sma (200, olive) are plotted on the cart. When both sma go up the cloud is green. When both sma go down the cloud is red. When sma (200, olive) goes down and sma (50, aqua) goes up the cloud is orange. When sma (200, olive) goes up and sma (50, aqua) goes down the cloud is lime.