This indicator takes the Performance Table from @BeeHolder and converts it to a Relative Performance table so you can compare the current chart vs. an Index (or whatever other ticker you want) to see the relative performance of one vs. the other. I also added a cell for ADR, which is also the same value as "Monthly Volatility" in the stock screener. This can be...
The Relative Vigor Index was created by John Ehlers (Cybernetic Analysis For Stocks And Futures pg 58) and this is a momentum indicator that is similar to the Accumulation Distribution Oscillator created by Jim Waters and Larry Williams. He uses digital signal processing to smooth the indicator to provide clear buy and sell signals. The idea behind this indicator...
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This indicator is a "volume analysis" tool for confirming the direction and strength of price trend and spotting trend reversals. This tool consists of two parts:
1- The colored graph is a custom volume oscillator which shows the relative...
This is a simple indicator that expands the usability of Standard deviation into a universally usable indicator.
This indicator displays the volatility as standard deviation as a % of asset value, this allows using more standardized and comparable values across multiple instruments and asset classes.
This is a custom indicator of mine loosely based on the work by James Garofallou (Stocks and Commodities Sep 2020 pg 14) and this is meant for medium to long term trend confirmations. The idea behind this indicator is to capture 3 different dimensions of trend strength. The first dimension captures the overall strength of the underlying stock vs the market (in...
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...
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...
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...
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.
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
Relative Momentum Index indicator script. This indicator was originally developed by Roger Altman (Stocks & Commodities V. 11:2 (57-60)).
RMI with momentum period of 1 will be equal to an RSI when they have the same period and source price.
Use this indicator to compare how security is performing in compare with preferred index (SPX by default).
> 0 outperforming
< 0 underperforming
Works best for weekly, but can be applied to monthly and daily charts. It will be rather useless to use it in smaller timeframes
Apply it to SPX, industry index, sector index or other security in similar sector
This indicator colors the volume bars based on any of the three follow criteria:
- Volume Amount
- RVOL (Relative Volume)
- Lookback (Highest Over Period)
You can use one, two or all three of these settings at the same time.
You can also set alerts with this indicator. The script will trigger an alert whenever any of the three specified flags are triggered.
RSI Donchian Channels
Built by Ricardo and JR
Here is a great indicator to use for strong trends. Donchian Channels react immediately to changes in the highest high and lowest low. For strong trends you want to trade when RSI is set along the upper or lower DC-RSI envelope. When the RSI releases from the DC-RSI envelope, you can take the trade off.
The RVI is a modified form of the relative strength index (RSI).
The original RSI calculation separates one-day net changes into
positive closes and negative closes, then smoothes the data and
normalizes the ratio on a scale of zero to 100 as the basis for the
formula. The RVI uses the same basic formula but substitutes the
RVSI is an alternative volume-based indicator that measures the rate of change of average OBV.
How to read a chart using it?
First signal to buy is when you see RVSI is close to green oversold levels.
Once RVSI passes above it's orange EMA, that would be the second alert of accumulation.
Be always cautious when it reaches 50 level as a random...
Relative Vigor Index with Dominant Cycle Detection. As Ehler's mentioned, fixed length look back is inherently flawed when it is possible to extract a length from a dominant price cycle. may be less effective if signal to noise ratio is greater than 2, but that usually would not happen at >5m candles, and honestly shouldn't be looking at RV(igor)I when price is...