This indicator implements a standard Moving Average Convergance / Divergance
that works on any chart timeframe. It shows the strength of the current trend.
MACD Crosses are highlighted with yellow circles to make them more obvious.
Strength is indicated by histogram colours moving from Red (weak) through to Light Green (strong):
Roughness of a signal is often non desired since smooth signals are easier to analyse, its logical to say that anything interacting with rough price is subject to decrease in accuracy/efficiency and can induce non desired effects such as whipsaws. Being able to measure it can give useful information and potentially avoid errors in an analysis.
Plot all of the most important SMA values.
SMA 5, 8, 13 are based on Fibonaci values and frequently used in day trading frequently.
SMA 50, 100, 200 are important support/resistance lines.
Especially, SMA 50, 100, 200 are the most important support/resistance on BTC 1W. Dont forget to look at the weekly prices when trading :)
This is a three candlestick bearish reversal pattern consisting of a bearish
harami pattern formed by the first 2 candlesticks then followed by down
candlestick with a lower close than the prior candlestick.
- This script to change bars colors.
Another Adaptive Filter
This indicator share the same structure as a classic adaptive filter using an exponential window with a smoothing constant.
However the smoothing constant used is different than any previously made (Kalman Gain, Efficiency ratio, Scaled Fractal Dimension Index),
here the smoothing constant is inspired by the different formulations for...
Approach for detecting price 'chop'.
It's quite simple; instead of trying to detect chop, just measure the weakness of a trend.
This is done by essentially taking two moving averages, measuring their relative difference and then take a moving average of this difference of 'n' periods (Lookback)
The result can be measured against a threshold 'floor' which...