..some measure of “center” or average price is useful.
- Adam H. Grimes
This line off Adams blog inspired me to cook up a very simple indicator that just takes the High and Low of the time given (input in minutes), adds them together and divides it in half. This way we get a center based on the higher timeframe. Not only does it inform you of the dominating...
RSI with a twist. The values are calculated differently depending upon whether the RSI is above or below the centre point. I have found this gives:
More pronounced divergences which are easier to spot and more accurate at predicting local top and bottoms
More accurate indications of overbought/oversold conditions.
This study is a proof of concept analysis of situations that can lead to divide with zero or divide by zero conditions. Such situations can lead to mathematical errors, and can increase the potential for false alerts.
One common formula that is prone to this situation is:
This is used to calculate percentage change of a...
its just for personal use of my own.
if you want to use this indicator, use it at your own responsibility. but just remember its a SCALP strategy and must be used on 5M timeframe.
Long/Short Conditions :
last 1H,30M,15M and 5M candle close on same direction.
I will back test this indicator and if it worth it i will write turn it to a strategy.
PS: i'm new to...
You specify a horizontal line by value, start date/time, and end date/time, and choose a data source (bar close is the default) and it will label count how many times that source crosses that line between those dates/times.
Enter the start and end dates for your horizontal line as MMDDYY and HHMM (24 hour time).
: Jan 17, 2020 would be 11720 (properly it would...
//This indicator shows Day's candle measurements with past averages. First column shows the candle details for the present day.
//"Open - Low", "High - Open", "Range(=High-low)", "Body(open-close)"
//Averages are calculated for occurences of Green and Red days. Up Averages are for Green days and Down Averages are for Red days.
//Average are not perfect...
Vadim Gimelfarb's article in this issue , "Bull And Bear Balance Indicator," describes a method of deducing market sentiment from close-to-close price movement. His system uses the various possible relationships between the previous close and current open, high, low, and close