No, it's not a new saturation plugin for your fruity loops.
These are Mean Average Deviations calculated from Harmonic Mean.
In my previous research I tried to develop "Harmonic Average Deviations", since applying stdevs on Harmonic Mean calculated from reciprocals ain't make sense. Din't work out, prolly cuz by definition stdevs doesn't like negatives. So...
I'm publishing it for research purposes & welcome any ideas and/or explanations whether it's actually possible or nah to do what I'm doing right now.
Idea is simple - if we can do Harmonic Mean, can we do Harmonic Standard Deviations? It should be the same logic, the only difference is instead of actual datapoints we gotta use reciprocals.
In reality I've...
I was legitimately surprised no1 has already coded it out on TradingView, but you guys can copypaste & include it in Pine 5 if your see this xd
Here is it.
I've checked and double checked everything, the calculations are right, it can be proved by plotting mean, geometric mean & harmonic mean together and noticing that geometric mean will be always between...
This indicator, combines the traditional FOREX moving averages (20EMA, 50ma, 200ma) into a single indicator with
an adaptive moving average (AMA) taken from a user defined timeframe to show trend direction (by default, it plots
the daily 10/2/34 KAMA overlayed on any timeframe chart.
An AMA moves slowly when markets are sideways but swiftly during periods of...
Due to changes made by TradingView, my old script "Moving Average Trend-Buschi" is no longer functioning. Please use this indicator.
This script shows via selectable sorts of Moving Averages (normal, weighted or exponential) the amount of units (e. g. trading days) that are currently above (value in green) or under (value in red) the main...
This script is good to use with Williams %R indicator, to find out when price has bottomed out.
ATR has to be over 90 and Williams %R ( lenght 52 ) has to be over 95 to find out level around which one is good to buy.
You can check back, to see that this worked very well over history. Best way to use this 2 indicators is with DCA ( dollar cost average ), as area...
Moving Average Compendium (16 MA Types)
A selection of the most popular, widely used, interesting and most powerful Moving Averages we can think of. We've compiled 16 MA's into this script, and allowed full access to the source code so you can use what you need, as you need it.
From very simple moving averages using...
A simple calculation and plotting of the slope of a Moving Average.
You'll be amazed looking at how accurate it is signaling early entries and exits from trend follower positions, just by applying some basic TA to it (support, resistance, trend lines).
Have a look:
In the settings, you can choose to use it on EMA on SMA,...
This script is for three moving averages with as many features as I can possibly fit into a single moving average.
- Three moving averages (MA1, MA2, MA3).
- Standard MA inputs.
- MA type.
- MA period.
- MA price.
- MA resolution (time frame).
- Visibility toggle.
- MA Candle Type
- Fancy MA inputs.
- Toggle to show only candles included in the MA...
This is a variation of an exponential moving average which follows the price pretty smoothly. Feel free to change the factor to adjust how closely it follows the price. I set the default to 0.2
Let me know if you want me to write code for any other indicators!
I was reading Jesse Stine's Insider Buy Superstocks book, and one of the technical traits he mentioned of a superstock (read the book, seriously, very strongly recommended) was a breakout above the 30 weekly moving average. He goes on to mention that after breakout, the 10 WMA often acts as a support line where you can add to your position. This script is inspired...
Test version of a weighted average calculator, will make an update later with more functions and a better view.
For now it's mainly useful for getting an average value and see how you can ladder into your position,
if you use the weights as the amount you want to order, you can see the total value and expected loss in the label.
You can use the weights as...
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.