Using parts of QQE (Qualitative Quantitative Estimation) again, this time I'm applying the trailing line of QQE on price directly.
Outcome, it's behaving like a baseline filter and it can be use as an exit or a trailing stop indicator.
As comparing to Kijun-sen line in yellow, the QQE trailing line follows the price closer, therefore exiting you sooner when the...
This is a redesign of the Chandelier Exit indicator. It removes stupid transitions between Chandelier Exit' states and highlights initial points for both lines.
This indicator was originally developed by Charles Le Beau and popularized by Dr. Alexander Elder in his book "Come Into My Trading Room: A Complete Guide to Trading" (2002).
In short, this is a trailing...
This is a modified Schaff Trend Cycle (STC), which is designed to provide quicker entries and exits.
I've been a huge fan of the STC for a long time, but being based on the MACD means its signals often lag by a bar or two (especially in fast moving markets). All I've done here is take the base STC script (all credit to user @LazyBear), and change the source to a...
The SSL is a fair entry condition and good exit indicator. It works best when combined with a trend indicator and multiple confirmations.
In essence, the SSL is a moving average crossover, which immediately down-grades it to a 2nd or 3rd level of confluence in my opinion.
It was recently featured in an episode of VP's "No Nonsense FX", which drove me to recreate...
This indicator creates an trend channel based on an EMA/SMA combo and a Parabolc SAR indicator.
Watch for the peaks and the size of the red/green channel for possible trend change.
Can also be used as an Entry/Exit/Stop-Loss setting tool.