EXPERIMENTAL: calculation of extremes and price range for averaging movement.
while price is above market is rising, when bellow market is falling. also can discern strength from the gap of the averages.
EXPERIMENTAL: using Donchian channels with diferent lengths to extract multiple time frame's to extract price in range rates. the title may be a tiny bit misleading tho -_-''
update: reversed colors, joined the line zone space to make the waves visually stand out more.
MTF ready adaptive MA using Ehler's IQ IFM ( In Phase - Quadrature Instantaneous Frequency Measurement ).
Ehler's formula is a method of quantitatively measuring the length of a market cycle. In this case it is used to calculate the "optimal" adaptive EMA.
Theoretically the length generated by Ehler's formula could be used in many indicators and it's been placed...
This is an experimental work to show RSI on the chart. Feel free to use the code and indicator.
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Here is a new experimental indicator we've been working on. The idea was to compare two EMA's of period midpoints to the actual closing price. The steps that were taken are listed below:
1.Calculate an EMA based on each period's midpoint ((High * Low) /2) for the last 9 periods.
2.Calculate an EMA based on each period's midpoint for the last 100 periods.
This is an experiment.
This is a RSI based on candle high / low instead of close.
If the candle is up / green then the high is used.
If the candle is down / red then the low is used.
Feel free to ask if you have any question.
This is not really a RSI not either a CVD. This is more like an experiment.
It's a RSI calculation applied on the CVD script i made () instead of a classic RSI based on candle close.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
This is an experimental study in which a geometric moving average is taken of price, then the range is multiplied by average annualized volatility based on the current trading timeframe and specified lookback, and by Fibonacci numbers 1 through 21.
This is a simple Donchian Channel variation that separates the the channels into quadrants, and enables MTF calculation.
Average open and close plots are included for additional confirmation of a trend.