I present to you an indicator capable of determining the divergence and convergence points for any indicator you choose. It will also determine Pivot points. All you need to do is add the indicator to your favorites and call it. Next, you need a second indicator for which you want to find divergences or pivots. Next you need choise 'Oscillator Source' section in...

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This indicator plots the Expected Move (EM) calculated from weekly options pricing, for a quick visual reference. The EM is the amount that a stock is predicted to increase or decrease from its current price, based on the current level of implied volatility. This range can be viewed as support and resistance, or once price gets outside of the range, institutional...

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Hello Tradeurs, firstly let me say this… Please do not think that this dump is over (so I want to gift you one of the best gifts I CAN gift you at the PERFECT TIME...which is now) but I believe it to be the final one before a New Beginning is upon us. I hope that anybody that sees this within the next day or so listens to me when I tell you this… Follow the...

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Extreme Volume Support Resistance Levels are S/R levels(zones, basically), based on extreme volume . Settings: Lookback -- number of bars, which algorithm will be using; Volume Threshold Period -- period of MA (Volume MA), which smoothers volume in order to find the extremes; Volume Threshold Multiplier -- multiplier for Volume MA, which "lift" Volume...

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Cross Over Strategy Moving average Cross Over Strategy Please use in 1 minute Expiry

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Current Trading View free plan allows only ONE active alert. This simple indicator Allows to trigger this ONE and ONLY alert when price reaches Higher, or Lower price level. You can set levels and turn alerts for them on/off in settings, or by just drag-n-dropping Horizontal lines on the chart. To set the only alert you need to create new alert,...

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Hello everyone, I present my first script. In it I collect a group of fully configurable moving averages, both in color, value and selection of the ones we want to observe. The moving averages I collect are 3 of each of the following types: EMA: An exponential moving average ( EMA ) is a type of moving average (MA) that places a greater weight and significance on...

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We all know TVC:VIX . But what is NASDAQ:VOLI ? VOLI is basically a measure of expectations for market volatility over the next 30 calendar days as expressed by ATM options on AMEX:SPY nations.com So why is this VIX /VOLI ratio important? It's because it can give an important measure of options skew. It can show the premium of OTM options (particularly...

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This indicator allows you to quickly view all important parameters in the table. The table consists of a daily volume indicator, an average volume for a certain period, a volatility indicator (normalized ATR) and a correlation coefficient. All parameters can be flexibly customized. You can also customize the table display, styles, and more. This indicator is...

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Purpose: This script will help an options trader asses risk and determine good entry and exit strategies Background Information: The true range is the greatest of: current high minus the current low; the absolute value of the current high minus the previous close; and the absolute value of the current low minus the previous close. The Average True Range (ATR) is...

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If you want to have some notes on the chart, you can use this script.

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In a reset call (put) option, the strike is reset to the asset price at a predetermined future time, if the asset price is below (above) the initial strike price. This makes the strike path-dependent. The payoff for a call at maturity is equal to max((S-X)/X, 0) where is equal to the original strike X if not reset, and equal to the reset strike if reset....

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A fade-in call has the same payoff as a standard call except the size of the payoff is weighted by how many fixings the asset price were inside a predefined range (L, U). If the asset price is inside the range for every fixing, the payoff will be identical to a plain vanilla option. More precisely, for a call option, the payoff will be max(S(T) - X, 0) X 1/n...

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A log contract, first introduced by Neuberger (1994) and Neuberger (1996), is not strictly an option. It is, however, an important building block in volatility derivatives (see Chapter 6 as well as Demeterfi, Derman, Kamal, and Zou, 1999). The payoff from a log contract at maturity T is simply the natural logarithm of the underlying asset divided by the strike...

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A log option introduced by Wilmott (2000) has a payoff at maturity equal to max(log(S/X), 0), which is basically an option on the rate of return on the underlying asset with strike log(X). The value of a log option is given by: (via "The Complete Guide to Option Pricing Formulas") e^−rT * n(d2)σ√(T − t) + e^−rT*(log(S/K) + (b −σ^2/2)T) * N(d2) where N(*) is...

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A log contract, first introduced by Neuberger (1994) and Neuberger (1996), is not strictly an option. It is, however, an important building block in volatility derivatives (see Chapter 6 as well as Demeterfi, Derman, Kamal, and Zou, 1999). The payoff from a log contract at maturity T is simply the natural logarithm of the underlying asset divided by the strike...

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At maturity, a powered call option pays off max(S - X, 0)^i and a put pays off max(X - S, 0)^i . Esser (2003 describes how to value these options (see also Jarrow and Turnbull, 1996, Brockhaus, Ferraris, Gallus, Long, Martin, and Overhaus, 1999). (via "The Complete Guide to Option Pricing Formulas") b=r options on non-dividend paying stock b=r-q options on...

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A forward start option with time to maturity T starts at-the-money or proportionally in- or out-of-the-money after a known elapsed time t in the future. The strike is set equal to a positive constant a times the asset price S after the known time t. If a is less than unity, the call (put) will start 1 - a percent in-the-money (out-of-the- money); if a is unity,...

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