A slightly altered version of RSI with 3 RSI together
I usually use 10,21 and 3rd rsi as a optional one
When Rsi 10 crosses above Rsi 21 , its buy ( you can use any values but the concept is same) and vice versa
One more major thing which I observed is that the RSI crossover coincides with Trendline breakout most of the...
Relative slope metric
I was in need to create a simple, naive and elegant metric that was able to tell how strong is the trend in a given rolling window. While abstaining from using more complicated and arguably more precise approaches, I’ve decided to use Linearly Weighted Linear Regression slope for this goal. Outright values are useful, but the...
As you probably know in TradingView there is a limit of 40 instruments in one custom screener.
I created a script that will allow you to scan more symbols.
The idea of it is pretty simple. You have to add a screener a few times on your screen with a different set of symbols. Then select column width (as % of your chart width) and # of the screener right to left....
Relative Volume or RVOL is an indicator used to help determine the amount of volume change over a given period of time.
It is often used to help traders determine how in-play a ticker is.
General rule of thumb is the higher the RVOL, the more in play a stock is.
I myself like to use it as a substitute of the volume indicator itself.
This indicator calculates relative volume, which is the ratio of present volume over an average of past volume.
It offers two calculation modes, both using a time reference as an anchor.
The simplest way to calculate relative volume is by using the ratio of a bar's volume...
This tool displays relative volatility and directional trend. Excellent way to pickup diversions and reversals. Length can be lowered to 11 or 13 in settings to show price range.
Can be used to identify patterns such as parallel channels and likely direction of price action as pictured below.
Volume can be a very useful tool if used correctly. Relative volume is designed to filter out the noise and highlight anomalies assisting traders in tracking institutional movements. This tool can be used to identify stop loss hunters and organized dumps. It uses a variety of moving averages to hide usual activity and features an LSMA line to show trend. Trend...
Relative strength is a ratio between two assets, most often a stock and a market average (index). This implementation uses the method described here and the second method described here to calculate its value: "To calculate the relative strength of a particular stock, divide the percentage change over some time period by the percentage change of a particular...
The script was hidden due to the reference link. Republishing without any links.
If you would like to know more about the formula, just google it. The script is based on the first few results from google search.
How to use: adjust the input number and timeframe. It means how far you would like to look back. e.g. weekly timeframe and 12 as input number mean you...
Why use RSI Candles instead of a normal RSI? Because it removes screen clutter, and it also allows you to clearly see what level of overbought/oversold the candle is really at. Sometimes, it is hard to tell that a candle is overbought/oversold or very overbought/sold when it is exactly at 70 or 80. (as shown by arrows, scroll left on chart)
Original RSI Candles...
These are volume columns on steroids, for serious volume users. You can use the indicator to show volume columns or relative volume. You can define alerts using numerous conditions in both column and relative modes simultaneously. Multiple coloring schemes allow you to reveal volume columns in a much more useful light than the two-color standard.
Relative volatility highlights large changes in price. This was designed to be used with my relative volume indicator so that traders can see the effect of volume on price action. It is also a good tool to analyse breakout patterns to identify best entry points and waves.
Above shows relative volatility and relative volume working together.
I have a thing for pivots and SR, so this is Tom DeMark Daily Retracements Levels pivots from DeMark Indicators book by Jason Perl.
Red lines -daily R
Green lines - daily S
Expect reversals or breaks at these points.
and some random stock, just test your instrument
This indicator was originally developed by Donald Dorsey (Stocks & Commodities, V.13:9 (September, 1995): "Refining the Relative Volatility Index").
Inertia is based on Relative Volatility Index (RVI) smoothed using linear regression.
In physics, inertia is the tendency of an object to resist to acceleration. Dorsey chose this name because he believes that trend...
This is the best version of relative volume you can find a claim which is based on the logical soundness of its calculation.
I have amalgamated various volume analysis into one synergistic script. I wasn't going to opensource it. But, as one of the lucky few winners of TradingClue 2. I felt obligated to give something back to the community.