This is a moving average crossover system built the way I would want it to be.
- The moving averages included are SMA, EMA, WMA, VWMA.
- You can select either for the first moving average or the second moving average.
- You can also select to see the Long trades, Short trades, or both at the same time.
- There is also a simple moving average trend filter. When...
There can be many ways to make a simple moving average, you can either sum the current and the n-1 previous data points and divide the result by n, or you can do it more efficiently by first taking the cumulative sum of your data points, and subtracting the current cumulative sum result with the cumulative sum results n bars ago, then divide the result by n. This...
Linearly combining moving averages can provide relatively interesting results such as a low-lagging moving averages or moving averages able to produce more pertinent crosses with the price.
As a remainder, a linear combination is a mathematical expression that is based on the multiplication of two variables (or terms) with two coefficients (also called scalars...
This is based on the indicator TD Sequential:
This is an easy way to test it out to see what works and what doesn't.
There are moving average exits for both the long side and short side. You can pick from SMA, EMA, VWMA. This also applied to a moving average trend filter. This is separated for the long...
This is a moving average indicator built the way I would want it. There are 3 moving averages with On/Off toggles. It makes it easier than having to add each one separately over and over. Now it's nice and easy all in one spot!
- The moving averages are SMA, EMA, WMA, VWMA and can select anyone for each of the 3 moving averages.
- You can also select the data...
This allows you to plot up to 5 moving averages on your chart at once. You can either use the chart's current timeframe or select a custom timeframe for your 5 moving averages (for example, you can see the 200DMA on your 4h chart without having to adjust the moving average length). You can also choose amongst SMA , EMA , and HULLMA for each MA.
Volume normally has 1 Moving Average (standard orange coloured)
This script gives 1 extra Moving Average (default blue coloured)
BOTH MA can be shown with Multi Time Frames,
based on the most excellent work of "PineCoders"
(MTF Selection Framework functions)!
This can provide more insights, also the crossovers can be interesting!
So, default there are 2...
I've made SMA/EMA's NOT based on the principle of the 2(1+1), 3(2+1),
5(3+2), 8(5+3), 13(8+5), 21(13+8), 34(21+13), 55(34+21), ... numbers,
but based on these following Fibonacci numbers:
Ending up with 2 series of Fibma / Fibema:
"Tiny Fibma / Fibema":
24, 38, 50, 62, 76, 100
"Big Fibma / Fibema":
236, 382, 500, 618, 764,...
Three simple moving averages all in a single indicator for your convenience.
MA 1 - 20
MA 2 - 50
MA 3 - 100
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This indicator can help you out to check for entry points, taking in concideracion ema cross, providing you an alert before the entry and as doble check once you get the confirmation you will be able to put you order
"Volume Precedes Price is the conceptual idea for the oscillator."
"The main idea of the VZO was to try to change the OBV to look like an oscillator rather than an indicator, also to include time; primarily to identify which zone the volume is located in during a specific period"
How to read this indicator:
Positive reading -> bullish
Negative reading ->...
7, 30, 50, 100, 200 simple moving averages, bundled in one indicator (for users who are using the free TradingView service and can only load limited number of indicators at any given time).
You can turn each moving average on or off at will and change the colors.