The 7 week rule was shared by Gil Morales in his book “Trade Like an O’Neil Disciple”. The rule is described as: Stocks that have shown a tendency to “obey” or “respect” the 10-day moving average for at least 7 weeks in an uptrend should often be sold once the stock violates the 10-day line. A “violation” is defined as a close below the 10-day moving average...
Volume with color helps to quickly identify accumulation or distribution.
An accumulation day is an up day with volume greater than a user selected average.
A distribution day is a down day with volume greater than a user selected average.
This indicator will highlight those days by changing the volume bar colors for an easy visual.
This script shows Pocket Pivots, up-days with higher volume than the last 9 down-days, directly on the chart below current and historic candles. Pocket pivots can be used to find early entry points within a base since it marks institutional buying. Pocket pivots are marked as black dots below the candle for easier identification.
The script is largely based on...