A brand new Moving Average , calculated using Momentum, Acceleration and Probability (Psychological Effect). Momentum adjusted Moving Average(MaMA) is an indicator that measures Price Action by taking into consideration not only Price movements but also its Momentum, Acceleration and Probability. MaMA, provides faster responses comparing to the regular Moving...

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Volume is one piece of information that is often neglected, however, learning to interpret volume brings many advantages and could be of tremendous help when it comes to analyzing the markets. In addition to technicians, fundamental investors also take notice of the numbers of shares traded for a given security. What is Volume? The volume represents all the...

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Renko is a very useful charting method for analyzing stock movement. It does a great job of filtering out all the excess noise so that all we're left with is pure price action. But, what about time? Time is a fundamental part of chart analysis and we are only seeing part of the picture. After all, shouldn't we take a very different approach to trading signals from...

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Hello folks! In my search for new ways to get faster and better market responses, I found this brilliant Indicator here on Trading View. I rewrite all the code with my own functions and styles. So... This is my adaptation to excellent script "Momentum adjusted Moving Average by DGT" from the user dgtrd In dgtrd's words: "A brand new Moving Average,...

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The following oscillator is a twist on momentum, incorporating a 2nd derivative "acceleration" to help determine changes in momentum. Both are plotted directly accessing previous series values rather than using a moving average. The script has an option to divide so the formula is d(Price)/d(Time), like a derivative. The script also provides options for the user...

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This is a modified version of Bill Williams' Accelerator. The Accelerator measures the difference between the Awesome Oscillator(another Williams indicator) and its 5 day SMA. This script plots 2 accelerators rather than 1. Users can define the lengths of the fast and slow SMA's used in the Awesome Oscillator calculation by adjusting the options in the input...

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The script draws a moving average which responds to trend changes extraordinary fast! It's calculated using Momentum, Acceleration and Probability (Psychological Effect) by interfering the Golden Ratio! I got the idea thanks to Tradingview user DGT (dgtrd) and his/her excellent descriptions. The indicator is simplified for users and the default settings work...

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Leavitt Projection, Convolution, & Acceleration by Cryptorhythms Intro Bringing you another open source Gem this time from the January 2020 Issue of TASC. Description In the article in the Oct 2019 TASC issue titled "An interplanetary marriage" author Jay Leavitt describes the evolution process required in strategy design by introducing his Mars strategy....

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Acceleration Bands Description: Acceleration Bands serve as a trading envelope that factor in an assets typical volatility over standard settings of 20 or 80 bars. They can be used across any time period, though traders prefer to use them most across weekly and monthly timeframes as breakout indicators outside these bands. Using the shorter time frames can...

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This is the acceleration of a chart written in pine. It's the second derivative otherwise the derivative of the momentum. It shows how fast a stock's momentum is changing and in what direction. As standard I left the controls in the settings for source and length of the estimate. I will be incorporating this in other more complicated scripts here shortly

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The Volatility Combo Bands are made from 4 separate volatility bands- two Bollinger Bands (10 and 20 period) and two Price Headley Acceleration Bands (10 and 20 period). The Volatility Combo Bands plot the innermost upper and lower points from these bands and then plots a mid-line. By default, only the standard 20 period Bollinger Bands and Combo Bands with...

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Acceleration Bands indicator script. This indicator was originally developed by Price Headley.

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