Institutional investors have a profound impact on financial instruments prices because of the large volume, and their trading activities can greatly impact the price of financial instruments. They sometimes may split trades over time in order to not make a material impact and of course not to decrease liquidity to the point where there may be no one to take the...
Shows what we at TRI call the institutional bias, i.e. a bull bias when 9 ema is above 18 ema and a bear bias when the 9 ema is below the 18 ema.
Plots the 9 and 18 ema, and fills the background green when the institutional bias is bullish and red when it is bearish.
THIS INDICATOR DETERMINES WHAT THE STRONG HANDS AND WEAK HANDS ARE DOING, BASED ON THE FAMOUS INDICATOR "KONCORDE", OBTAINED FROM THE PERCENTARY VARIATION OF THE INDICATOR IVP (POSITIVE VOLUME INDEX) AND IVN (VOLUME INDEX). ANYONE READING THE AVAILABLE DOCUMENTATION ON THESE TWO SMALL MATHEMATICAL JEWELRY WILL DISCOVER THAT THE ATTRIBUTED VOLUMES NEGOTIATED TO...
I have compiled a script that shows the session times according to the Market Maker Method
All input input hours are in Eastern time (ET)
Purple lines indicates the start of the Asia session
Blue lines indicates the start of the London session
Green lines indicates the start of the US session
All dotted lines indicate the end of the respective session and...
This script allows free tradingview users to have multiple indicators in one.
it consists of double Bollinger bands with 3 indicators (red green blue which are EMA 20-40 and 60)
When these indicators are in order (from top to bottom) Red-Green-Blue it is a bullish signal
In addition I added the EMA 100 in purple and the EMA 200 in dark blue a little thicker.
This is a modified version of the Chaikin Oscillator. The idea is to find accumulation and distribution phases in the market to identify when institutions are building their positions.
It uses acc/dist but as an oscillator, just like the Chaikin Oscillator, but not to find overbought or oversold areas, but to find trends. It functions like a MACD. It takes a fast...