Relative Volume or RVOL is an indicator used to help determine the amount of volume change over a given period of time.
It is often used to help traders determine how in-play a ticker is.
General rule of thumb is the higher the RVOL, the more in play a stock is.
I myself like to use it as a substitute of the volume indicator itself.
DepthHouse Volume Flow indicator is used to help determine trend direction strictly based on Negative and Positive volume data.
How to Read:
- Moving Average crossovers are used to help determine a possible trend change or retracement.
- The area cloud on the bottom is calculated by the difference of the moving averages. This could be used to help...
During this global pandemic, there is limited information available on the COVID-19 disease itself. However one thing we do have is data; and we get more of this every day.
Use this indicator to track the live number of new cases each day, along with the current mortality, recovery, and transmission rates.
Easily switch data output between multiple...
DepthHouse Volume Extension uses average calculations to determine the dynamic range which the volume travels through. Any spike above the line represents an over extension in average volume.
The colored bars are then calculated in a similar way, which measures a combination of both price and volume action to determine bull & bear exhaustion levels, and possible...
This EMA Candles indicator use the price movement between two user selected Exponential Moving Averages to help determine the current trend.
As of release, there are 5 possible bar color outputs, all of which are shown in the legend above.
The Five Electable Color Outputs:
Uptrend; Strong Uptrend; Downtrend; Strong Downtrend; n/a
I hope you all enjoy!...