# CVD with Moving Average (Trend Colors) [SYNC & TRADE]

Yesterday I wrote a simple and easy code for the indicator "Cumulative Delta Volume with a moving average" using AI.

Introduction:
Delta is the difference between buys and sells. If there are more purchases, the delta is positive, if there are more sales, the delta is negative. We look at each candle separately on a particular time frame, which does not give us an overall picture over time.

Cumulative volume delta is in many ways an extension of volume delta, but it covers longer periods of time and provides different trading signals. Like the volume delta indicator, the Cumulative Volume Delta (CVD) indicator measures the relationship between buying and selling pressure, but does not focus on one specific candle (or other chart element), but rather gives a picture over time.

What did you want to get?
I have often seen that they tried to attach RSI and the Ichimoku cloud to the cumulative delta of volume, but I have never seen a cumulative delta of volume with a moving average. A moving average that takes data from the cumulative volume delta will be different from the moving average of the underlying asset. It has been noted that often at the intersection of the cumulative volume delta and the moving average, this is a more accurate signal to buy or sell than the same intersections for the underlying asset.
Initially, 5 moving averages were made with values ​​of 21, 55, 89, 144 and 233, but I realized that this overloads the chart. It is easier to change the length of the moving average depending on the time frame you are using than to overload the chart. The final version with one moving SMA, EMA, RMA, WMA, HMA.

The logic for applying a moving average to a cumulative volume delta:
You choose a moving average, just like you would on your underlying asset. Use the moving average you like and the period you are used to working with. Each TF has its own settings.

What we see on the graph:
This is not an oscillator, but an adapted version for a candlestick chart (line only). Using it, you can clearly see where the market is moving based on the cumulative volume delta. The cool thing is that you can include your moving average applied to the cumulative volume delta. Thanks to this, you can see a trend movement, a return to the moving average to continue the trend.

Opportunities not lost:
The most interesting thing is that it remains possible to observe the divergence of the asset and the cumulative delta of the volume. This gives a great advantage. Those who have not worked with divergence do not rush into it right away. There may be 3 peaks in divergence (as with oversold/overbought), but it works many times more clearly than RSI and MACD.

Here's a good example on the daily chart. The moment we were all waiting for 75,000. The cumulative Delta Volume fell with each peak, while the price chart (tops) were approximately level.

Usually they throw (allow to buy) without volume for sales (delta down, price up) in order to merge at a more interesting price. And they also drain without the volume of purchases for a squeeze (price down / delta up) and again I buy back at a more interesting price. There are more complex estimation options; you can read about the divergence of the cumulative delta of the CVD volume. I just recommend doing a backtest.

Recommendations:
One more moment. Use the indicator on the stock exchange, where there is the most money, by turnover and by asset. Choose Binance, not Bybit. Those. choose the BTC asset, for example, but on the Binance exchange. Not futures, but spot.

The greater the turnover on the exchange for an asset, and the fewer opportunities to enter with leverage, the less volatile the price and the more beautiful and accurate the chart.

Works on all assets. There is a subscription limit (the number of calculated bars) that has little effect on anything. Can be applied to any asset where there is volume (not SPX, but ES1, not MOEX, but MX1!).

Перевод на русский.
Вчера написал с помощью AI простой и легкий код индикатора "Кумулятивная Дельта Объема со скользящей средней".

Введение:
Дельта (Delta) — это разница между покупками и продажами. Если покупок больше — дельта положительная, если больше продаж — дельта отрицательная. Мы смотрим на каждую свечу отдельно на том или ином таймфрейме, что не дает нам общей картины во времени.

Кумулятивная дельта объема — во многом продолжение дельты объёмов, но она включает более длительные периоды времени и дает другие торговые сигналы. Как и индикатор дельты объёма, индикатор кумулятивной дельты объема (Cumulative Volume Delta, CVD) измеряет связь между давлением покупателей и продавцов, но при этом не фокусируется на одной конкретной свече (или другом элементе графика), а дает картину во времени.

Что хотел получить?
Часто видел, что к кумулятивной детьте объема пытались прикрепить RSI и облако ишимоку, но никогда не видел кумулятивную дельту объема со скользящей средней. Скользящая средняя которая берет данные от кумулятивной дельты объема будет отличатся от скользящей средней основного актива. Было замечено, что часто в местах пересечения кумулятивной дельты объема и скользящей средней - это более точный сигнал к покупке или продаже, чем такие же пересечения по основному активу.
Изначально было сделанно 5 скользящих со значениями 21, 55, 89, 144 и 233, но я понял, что это перегружает график. Проще менять длину скользящей средней от используемого таймфрейма, чем перегружать график. Финальный вариант с одной скользящей SMA, EMA, RMA, WMA, HMA.

Логика применения скользящей средней к кумулятивной дельте объема:
Вы выбираете скользящую среднюю, так же как и на основном активе. Применяйте ту скользящую среднюю, которая вам нравится и период, с которым привыкли работать. На каждом TF свои настройки.

Что мы видим на графике:
Это не осциллятор, а адаптированная версия к свечному графику (только линия). С помощью него вы можете наглядно посмотреть куда движется рынок по кумулятивной дельте объема. Самое интересное, что вы можете включить свою скользящую среднюю, применимую к кумулятивной дельте объема. Благодаря этому вы можете видеть трендовое движение, возврат к средней скользящей для продолжения тренда.

Не потерянные возможности:
Самое интересное, что осталась возможность наблюдать за дивергенцией актива и кумулятивной дельтой объема. Это дает большое преимущество. Те кто не работал с дивергенцией не бросайтесь на нее сразу. Может быть и 3 пика в дивергенции (как с перепроданностью / перекупленностью), но работает в разы четче чем RSI и MACD.

Вот хороший пример на дневном графике. Момент когда мы все ждали 75000. Кумулятивная Дельта Объема падала с каждым пиком, в то время как ценовой график (вершины) были примерно на уровне.

Обычно закидывают (разрешают покупать) без объема на продажи (дельта вниз цена вверх), чтобы слить по более интересной цене. И также сливают без объема покупок для сквиза (цена вниз / дельта вверх) и опять откупаю по более интересной цене. Существуют более сложные варианты оценки, можете почитать про дивергенцию кумулятивной дельты объема CVD. Только рекомендую сделать бэктест.

Рекомендации:
Еще момент. Используйте индикатор, на бирже, там где больше всего денег, по обороту и по активу. Выбирайте не Bybit, а Binance. Т.е. выбираете актив BTC, к примеру, но на бирже Binance. Не фьючерс, а спот.

Чем более большие обороты на бирже, по активу, и меньше возможностей заходить с плечами, тем менее волатильная цена и более красивый и точный график.

Работает на всех активах. Есть ограничение по подписке (количество рассчитываемых баров) мало влияет на что. Можно применить к любому активу где есть объем (не SPX, а ES1, не MOEX, а MX1!).

Friends. Yesterday I wrote a simple and easy code for the indicator "Cumulative Delta Volume with a moving average" using AI.

Introduction:
Delta is the difference between buys and sells. If there are more purchases, the delta is positive, if there are more sales, the delta is negative. We look at each candle separately on a particular time frame, which does not give us an overall picture over time.

Cumulative volume delta is in many ways an extension of volume delta, but it covers longer periods of time and provides different trading signals. Like the volume delta indicator, the Cumulative Volume Delta (CVD) indicator measures the relationship between buying and selling pressure, but does not focus on one specific candle (or other chart element), but rather provides a map over time.

What did you want to get?
I have often seen that they tried to attach "RSI" and an "Ichimoku cloud" to the cumulative volume delta, but I have never seen a cumulative volume delta with a moving average. A moving average that takes data from the cumulative volume delta will be different from the moving average of the underlying asset. It was noticed that often at the intersection of the cumulative volume delta and the moving average, this is a more accurate signal to buy or sell than the same intersections for the underlying asset.
Initially, 5 moving averages were made with values ​​of 21, 55, 89, 144 and 233, but I realized that this overloads the chart. It is easier to change the length of the moving average depending on the time frame you are using than to overload the chart. The final version with one moving SMA, EMA, RMA, WMA, HMA.

The logic for applying a moving average to a cumulative volume delta:
You choose a moving average, just like you would on your underlying asset. Use the moving average you like and the period you are used to working with. Each TF has its own settings.

What we see on the graph:
This is not an oscillator, but an adapted version for a candlestick chart (line only). Using it, you can clearly see where the market is moving based on the cumulative volume delta. The cool thing is that you can include your moving average applied to the cumulative volume delta. Thanks to this, you can see a trend movement, a return to the average moving average to continue the trend.

Opportunities not lost:
The most interesting thing is that it remains possible to observe the divergence of the asset and the cumulative delta of the volume. This gives a great advantage. Those who have not worked with divergence do not rush into it right away. There may be 3 peaks in divergence (as with oversold/overbought), but it works many times more clearly than RSI and MACD.

Here's a good example on the daily chart. The moment we were all waiting for 75,000. The cumulative Delta Volume fell with each peak, while the price chart (tops) were approximately level.

Usually they throw (allow to buy) without volume for sales (delta down, price up) in order to merge at a more interesting price. And they also drain without the volume of purchases for a squeeze (price down / delta up) and again I buy back at a more interesting price. There are more complex estimation options; you can read about the divergence of the cumulative delta of the CVD volume. I just recommend doing a backtest.

Recommendations:
One more moment. Use the indicator on the stock exchange, where there is the most money, by turnover and by asset. Choose Binance, not Bybit. Those. choose the BTC asset, for example, but on the Binance exchange. Not futures, but spot.

The greater the turnover on the exchange for an asset, and the fewer opportunities to enter with leverage, the less volatile the price and the more beautiful and accurate the chart.

Works on all assets. There is a subscription limit (the number of calculated bars) that has little effect on anything. Can be applied to any asset where there is volume (not SPX, but ES1, not MOEX, but MX1!).

Fixed:
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Fixed a bug with the sliding average of the HMA.