This script is for a triple moving average strategy where the user can select from different types of moving averages, price sources, lookback periods and resolutions.
- 3 Moving Averages with variable MA types, periods, price sources, resolutions and the ability to disable each individually
- Crossovers are plotted on the chart with detailed...
This indicator shows up to twelve exponential moving average lines at once in a single indicator. Or, to put it another way, an EMA ribbon.
You can turn off individual EMAs at your discretion, showing between none and twelve at a time, and of course you can change the period lengths of each at your discretion.
The last four EMAs are green when bullish and red...
This is a 5 Ribbon heatmap moving averages indicator where each represents a different time frame, The RED or GREEN color palette is also affected by asset velocity using ATR.
Supports various moving averages including VMA (Default), Zero Lag, TSF (Time Series Forecast).
A single ribbon is set to GREEN when fast MA (moving average) is above the slower MA and RED...
Okay, so this is a lot. It started mostly with me combining indicators and looking for ideal entry criteria.
It is also a collection of conditions, whether used or unused, for my current chosen "best" strategy. It is currently set how I like it, but it has changed with time, and will continue to do so. Within, there are variables that are unused, but offer some...
I made this script to test what is the better Moving Average type to predict the market direction, so I put a function with All the MA I know.
To go beyond, this script have an option to increase the MA length as a Fibonacci Number or any other simple number to step.
If the drawing is too slow, just reduce the amount of MA lines in the input option...
Similar to basic EMA Ribbon indicator except uses log-space transformation. Should be better on very long timeframes and for determining beginning of a bull market. The tradeoff is that it is slower than regular EMA near peaks (regular EMA will outperform this indicator when determining when to sell).
This is an experimental study that takes a moving average of price, then offsets the average by up to 11 consecutive Fibonacci numbers from 1 to 144.
Choose between Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average, Hull Moving Average, Fractal Adaptive Moving Average, Geometric Moving Average, or Exponential Moving Average.
This study is a simple experiment using Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average that plots a base average with a period of your choice, then plots averages with periods multiplied by Fibonacci numbers 2 through 34.
This script color codes the price bars based on the close-value position relative to a moving average ribbon. Rainbow colors used for simplicity and readability.
Use to study which colors are most likely to produce continuation vs. reversal.
**** MUST use bars, not Japanese candles! ****
This is a TRIX indicator. You can read more about it here: www.investopedia.com
The trix indicator is usually only trix and a signal line. This indicator has 5 signal lines. The TRIX line has the color blue. The first has the color aqua and then lime, orange, red and the last is the maroon line. The first signal line is an...
This script graphs 5 SMAs (20, 50, 100, 150, 200) and 5 EMAs (20, 50, 100, 150, 200). The first group uses blue and orange colors whereas the second one uses green and red. When a bar closes below a moving average, either orange or red will be used depending on which type of moving average and which period. In bullish mode, we show blue and green. Moving average...
As a person versed in other languages of script, I am sharing my first pinescript. I have just thrown together some EMA lines and testing out the fill() function. I have some 400+ indicators I could make and share, so cheers to many more! As I get more versed in the language, I will make more intricate studies based on high math and sound strategy.
Return the percentage of rising moving averages with periods in a custom range from min to max , with the possibility of using different types of moving averages.
Minimum MA Length Value : minimum period of the moving average.
Maximum MA Length Value : maximum period of the moving average.
Smooth : determine the period of an EMA using the...