This is a simple script for generating random data shown as candles. The purpose of it is the following:
1- To see what works here. If everything is random and something is working, is there really any reason behind it?
2- To see what NOT works here! this is probably the most interesting part. Human behaviors are more likely to generate bubbles so theories like...
Random Signals Indicator generates random long and short signals on the chart. Please note that these signals are purely random and should not be used for actual trading decisions. The indicator allows you to set the minimum number of bars between signals and adjust the sensitivity of the random generation. Use this indicator for educational or testing purposes...
plots randomly generated price (closing basis) from LHS of the chart. Re-plots each time you scroll
-just a curiosity really; perhaps a lesson in seeing patterns where there are none; 'fooled by randomness' etc.
-always anchors/starts from the real close of the asset on the visible Left hand side of the chart.
-adjust ATR as you like (bigger = probably more...
Description : This is a renovated version of my previous mod that was based on the original script from fhenry0331.
a data cleaning function
a seasonal random index function
an updated scaler and
a signalling procedure.
The following description is moved here from the old script.
The purpose of this script is to decipher chop zones from...
Methods for probability distribution sampling selection.
sample(probabilities) Computes a random selected index from a probability distribution.
probabilities : float array, probabilities of sample.
Methods to implement Markov Chain Monte Carlo Simulation (MCMC)
markov_chain(weights, actions, target_path, position, last_value) a basic implementation of the markov chain algorithm
weights : float array, weights of the Markov Chain.
actions : float array, actions of the Markov Chain.
target_path : float...
Method to generate decision tree based on weights.
decision_tree(weights, depth) Method to generate decision tree based on weights.
weights : float array, weights for decision consideration.
depth : int, depth of the tree.
Returns: int array
" tHe MaRkEtS aRe RaNdOm ", say moron academics.
The purpose of this study is to show that most markets are NOT random! Most markets show a clear bias where we can make such easy money, that a random number generator can do it.
=== HOW THE INDICATOR WORKS ===
The study will randomly enter the market
The study will randomly exit the market if in a trade
function to calculate Chebyshev Inequality. wich can be used to compute the probability that we will diverge from what we expect to obtain.
Converted the script "Coin Flipper Pro" into a Strategy. The same random "Coin Flip" trading fun with new features. Now users can run back test on the random trades and see how adjusting the risk to reward ratio affects the over all win rate and the profit of each trade. The Back test can be enabled or disabled in the settings along with the option to choose...
Have you ever wondered how your win rate compares with flipping a coin? Well now you can check with Coin Flipper Pro!
This script produces a random position direction like flipping a coin and sets up a long or short trade based on you desired risk % and target ratio.
This script generates pseudo-random asset data . Due to the nature of the random generator, it is impossible to use this indicator as input for other indicators because the instance of the script that the indicator is applied to will automatically be different from the instance that is plotted on the chart. Therefore, the idea is to use this script in other...
Example execution of Monte Carlo Simulation applied to the markets(this is my interpretation of the algo so inconsistencys may appear).
the algorithm is very demanding so performance is limited.
These are my "Pseudo-Random Number Generators via Pine Script", having uniform distribution between 0 and 1. In my quest for sequential pseudo-random numbers in Pine, tinkering with mathematical chaos, I have come up with these three simple yet handy generators. I believe these may be useful in the future by developers of the Tradingview community.