Perform forward-backward filtering using exponential averaging, thus providing a zero-phase exponential moving average. The output repaint and cannot be used as input for other indicators.
Length : moving average period
Src : data input of the moving average
Plot Color : the color of the displayed plot
Line Width : width of the plotted line
Trends & Ranges uses EMA ATR bands as a SuperTrend indicator.
How to use:
This indicator can be used to give you a direction bias, with the added function to create ranges which often lead to reversals or flat trading periods. Trade the break-out or wait for pull backs in the direction of the trend.
I'm not great at explaining stuff and will probably make...
Multi Time Frame Exponential Moving Averages 3 Set
One indicator displays the three types of moving averages of the top bar.
It can be used for environment recognition.
It is easy to repel when the 4 hour foot and the pivot overlap.
A simple indicator of trend by using 3 EMAs of multiplies of 2, 5 and 10, filtered by standard positive/negative directional movements (DM) which are the base of Average Directional Index (ADX).
The "Trend Strength" option is included to set the EMA multipliers and also the variation between DM+ and DM- which interpret the trend as a weak or a strong one.
One-Stop Trading Setup:
This script designed to identify up, down, and sideways trends. 200 HMA, 9 EMA, PSAR, and ATR are used to identify the strength of any instrument.
Candle Colors - Simpler approach to follow:
Green color indicates for up side trade signals
Red color indicates for down side trade signals
Yellow color can be interpreted for stop,...
With this script you can plot 6 moving averages.
You can decide which Moving Average you want to show or hide.
For every plot you can decide to display the Simple Moving Average ( SMA ) or Exponential Moving Average ( EMA ).
It provides CrossOver and CrossUnder labels when loading the script. Those labels you can show or hide.
You have the possibility...
This script looks for a set up condition where 5 consecutive candles have broken away from the fast EMA (set to 8 by default) followed by a "trigger" candle that crosses back over the fast EMA but not the medium EMA (set to 13 by default). It then determines the entry point based on the bar high or low (not tail or wick) depending on direction of the trend. Once...
EMA 50 cross 200 with Strong Trend
Just Buy when Green apears and close it when disapear.
Just Sell when Red apears and close it when disapear.
if you combine with upper Time Frame , it will be supper decision
Hi, that's an "enhanced" version of this indicator gently published by myfye13 .
Here's the things I've implemented:
Up to 8 moving averages
Now you can set the source of each moving average
Now you can set the length of each moving average.
Hope this will help especially those who have an indicato limit or who use multiple emas and don't wan't to...
Script to plot common daily/alternative timeframe moving averages on when viewing securities at other resolutions.
There's lots of different MA scripts out there, but I couldn't find one that just represented the standard support/resistance indicators that were typical for my markets. So, this is the DIY. :)
this script was created to be used in conjunction with Market Sniper - Trading/Scalping Suite . It was put together to make instrument analysis faster and less convoluted.
9 Fibonacci Exponential moving averages + 2 Simple moving averages
Auto Fibonacci levels - Tradingviews Auto Fib Retracement - with some modifications
This indicator consists of a fast and slow EMA (default lengths are 50 and 9 periods) and an upper and lower ATR band. When combined, this combination gives traders an accurate picture of both trend strength and direction.
Users can modify the lengths of the fast and slow EMA , as well as the multipliers and length for the upper and lower ATR bands.
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.
A combination of 8 EMA & 5 SMA to use with more advanced MA strategies and de-cluttering of indicator list.
To identify lines, Color combination should be somewhat warmer/lighter to cooler/darker colors.
EMA have a thicker line than the SMA. Color pairs have lighter/darker in cases where there are slight variations (when using one over another).