This study is an alternative experimental interpretation of the Blast Off Indicator by Larry Williams.
This formula takes positive and negative magnitudes rather than the absolute value. The result is then smoothed with an EMA, and twice smoothed to provide a signal line.
This is an experimental study derived from George Lane's Stochastic Oscillator.
The %KWMA is calculated by taking a moving average of source with a %K weighting factor over its specified period.
The %DWMA is calculated by taking a simple moving average of %KWMA over its specified period.
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This is an experimental study that utilizes Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average and the McGinley Dynamic.
First, a fast and slow KAMA based McGinley Dynamic are calculated. The divergence between them is used to indicate wave direction.
The channel's bounds are calculated by taking the highest high and lowest low of the slow McGinley Dynamic over a specified channel...
This study is an experimental variation of Peter Martin's Ulcer Index built using the framework of my Dual Ulcer Index indicator.
In this version, the difference between the long and short UI is calculated.
This index is a measure of volatility and momentum that can be used to locate low risk trading opportunities.
This is an experimental study designed to identify potential areas of support and resistance using a hybrid between Camarilla and Fibonacci pivot calculations.
The levels are calculated by taking 110% of the previous interval's range multiplied by 8.33%, 16.67%, 25%, 50%, 61.8%, 78.6%, 100%, 127.2%, 141.4%, and 161.8%, then adding them above and below the interval...
This study is an experimental regression curve built around fractal and ATR calculations.
First, Williams Fractals are calculated, and used as anchoring points.
Next, high anchor points are connected to negative sloping lines, and low anchor points to positive sloping lines. The slope is a specified percentage of the current ATR over the sampling period.