In my opinion the %K is the only part of the stochastic that you actually need. It's the fast RSI, so it responds much better to large price movements and reveals divergence a lot sooner than %D. The %D has no real confluence with the rest of my strategy so, I only use %K.
Delta-RSI Strategy (with filters):
This is a version of the Delta-RSI Oscillator strategy with several criteria available to filter entry and exit signals. This script is also suitable for backtesting over a user-defined period and offers several risk management options (take profit and stop loss).
Since the publication of the Delta-RSI Oscillator script, I have...
This indicator is the Mobo Bands (Momentum Breakout Bands). These bands are bollinger bands that have an adjusted standard deviation. There are Buy signals when it has momentum breakouts above the bands for moves to the upside and Sell signals when it has momentum breakouts below the bands for moves to the downside. The bands simply suggest that all markets...
This Momentum indicator shows a green or red ribbon when smoothed momentum is bullish or bearish. It also includes a long moving average for overall trend confirmation. Wait until the ribbon holds above or below the long moving average and take positions in that direction.
To get an easier to read momentum indicator, I smoothed the momentum out and paired it next...
MOMENTUM WITH BULLISH AND BEARISH SIGNALS
This is a momentum oscillator that paints red or green depending on whether Momentum is above or below the zero line. It includes a label on the right hand side that will reflect the bullish or bearish direction of the current momentum by changing colors to red or green and text telling you Bullish or Bearish.
This is a better, cleaner version (in my opinion) of an part of an indicator I was using that was coded up by cI8DH. I reached out to him about cleaning up the code (things weren't working) for Pinescript v4, but he no longer seems to be active, so I thought I might take it upon myself to at least work out this portion of the indicator.
Much credit goes to him....
The Momentum Indicator was created by Darryl W Maddox (Stocks & Commodities V. 9:4 (158-159)) and it is one of the simplest and most powerful indicators out there. Buy when the indicator goes over 0 and sell when it falls below 0
Let me know what other indicators you would like to see me write a script for!
According to TradingView the Detrended Price Oscillator is an oscillator that removes trend from price in order to more clearly show an instrument's cyclical
highs and lows so that an investor or trader may more easily time when to buy or sell the underlying instrument. Accordingly, it is not meant to be used as a way of gauging momentum, however, I find it...
The Double Smoothed RSI Indicator was created by William Blau (Stocks & Commodities V. 9:5 (202-205)) and is a variation of the classic RSI using his Momenta Indicator and his Momenta RSI formula. I have color coded everything to make it very easy to determine buy and sell signals.
Let me know if you would like to see me write scripts for other indicators!
NOTE!* If you were using my previous + Rate of Change (and OBV) indicator, I will not be updating that. OBV was moved to my + Breadth & Volume indicator.
This indicator here is basically and updated version of the old indicator, without OBV.
The Rate of Change, or RoC, is a momentum indicator that measures the percentage change in price between the current period...
Introducing the Smooth First Derivative indicator. For each time step, the script numerically differentiates the price data using prior datapoints from the look-back window. The resulting time derivative (the rate of price change over time) is presented as a centered oscillator.
A first derivative is a versatile tool used in functional data analysis. When applied...
This is a score metric used by the Accelerating Dual Momentum strategy.
According to the website you referenced when you created, the strategy is as follows:
This strategy allocates 100% of of the portfolio to one asset each month.
1. On the last trading day of each month, calculate the “momentum score” for the S&P 500 ( SPY ) and the...
Momentum indicators are technical analysis tools that can be used to determine the strength or weakness of the stock price. Momentum measures the speed at which stock prices rise or fall. Common momentum indicators are the relative strength index (RSI) and the moving average of convergence divergence (MACD).
L2 Momentum Line...
The Compare Price Momentum Oscillator was created by Vitali Apirine (Stocks and Commodities Aug 2020 pg 16) and this is a handy indicator to compare the momentum of the current symbol you are looking at to the s&p to determine the relative strength of the underlying security. Buy when the line turns green and sell when it turns red.
Let me know if there are any...
Hello, fellow traders! This indicator is a part-conversion part-upgrade of a momentum study called "The Stiffness Indicator", published in the November 2018 issue of Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities.
The author's premise is that it is safer to trade with the asset's upward momentum, once a strong trend is established.
The indicator analyzes the...
Double Smoothed Momenta was created by William Blau (Stocks & Commodities V. 9:5 (202-205)). His original indicator didn't use a signal period so I added one to notify you when to buy or sell. Buy when the indicator goes over the signal line and sell when it is falls below the signal line.
Let me know what other indicators you would like me to write scripts for!
M-Oscillator developed By Mohamed Fawzy, MFTA, CFTe
as Written in IFTA Journal 2018 Edition
more info : ifta.org
• M-Oscillator is a bounded oscillator that moves between (-14) and (+14),
• Movement above 10 is considered overbought, and movement below -10 is oversold.
• Buy when the M-Oscillator violates the (-10) level...