This indicator calculates many different moving averages and displays whether they are increasing or decreasing as a panel/table instead of a plot. Rows/columns can be removed from the table as needed in the options menu, there is also a mobile friendly/compact option as well as a location option.
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Keltner Channel with user options to calculate the moving average basis and envelopes from a variety of different moving averages.
The user selects their choice of moving average, and the envelopes automatically adjust. The user may select a MA that reacts faster to volatility or slower/smoother.
Added additional options to color the envelopes or basis based on...
This script is forked from the ‘ Double Colored Least Squares Moving Average + Crossover Alerts ‘ from @IronKnightmare.
First release & notes : 2021-11-03.
The Least Squares Moving Average is used mainly as a crossover signal to identify bullish or bearish trends. When a shorter duration line cross a longer one a trend can be identified. When...
This indicator returns the average of stochastic oscillators with periods ranging from 4 to length . This allows for a slightly more reactive oscillator as well as having information regarding the position of the price relative to rolling maximums/minimums of different periods.
We introduce settings that allow for pre and post-smoothing, with selectable...
This is an experimental study which calculates a linear regression channel over a specified period or interval using custom moving average types for its calculations.
Linear regression is a linear approach to modeling the relationship between a dependent variable and one or more independent variables.
In linear regression, the relationships are modeled using...
Moving averages are filters on price data. This moving average creates a filter which factors in:
- the price RSI or it's Momentum
- the volume RSI
- the RVI or Volatility
Each factor is put through a least squares filter to smooth them first.
Then the factors are used to build a coefficient for an exponentially weighted average.
The chart above shows a...
I already estimated the least-squares moving average numerous times, one of the most elegant ways was by rescaling a linear function to the price by using the z-score, today i will propose a new smoother (FLSMA) based on the line rescaling approach and the inverse fisher transform of a scaled moving average error with the goal to provide an...
The ability of the least squares moving average to provide a great low lag filter is something i always liked, however the least squares moving average can have other uses, one of them is using it with the z-score to provide a fast smoothing oscillator.
The indicator aim to provide fast and smooth results. length control the...
Elder-Ray Bear and Bull Power
Dr. Alexander Elder cleverly named his first indicator Elder-Ray because of its function, which is designed to see through the market like an X-ray machine. Developed in 1989, the Elder-Ray indicator can be applied to the chart of any security and helps traders determine the strength of competing groups of bulls and bears by gazing...
An almost zero lag version of the LSMA (Least Squares Moving Average)
Gives instant linear regression of current price action.
This line works with the same rules as its "laggy" counterpart the LSMA:
When price crosses over it signals a bull trend.
When price crosses under it signals bear trend.
When price stays close or on the line sideways action is to be...
This is an experimental study designed to calculate polynomial regression for any order polynomial that TV is able to support.
This study aims to educate users on polynomial curve fitting, and the derivation process of Least Squares Moving Averages (LSMAs).
I also designed this study with the intent of showcasing some of the capabilities and potential applications...
At the start of 2019 i published my first post "Approximating A Least Square Moving Average In Pine", who aimed to provide alternatives calculation of the least squares moving average (LSMA), a moving average who aim to estimate the underlying trend in the price without excessive lag.
The LSMA has the form of a linear regression ax + b where x ...
This is an experimental study designed using data from Bollinger Bands to determine price squeeze ranges and active levels of support and resistance.
First, a set of Bollinger Bands using a Coefficient of Variation weighted moving average as the basis is calculated.
Then, the relative percentage of current bandwidth to maximum bandwidth over the specified sampling...
Forecasting is a blurry science that deal with lot of uncertainty. Most of the time forecasting is made with the assumption that past values can be used to forecast a time series, the accuracy of the forecast depend on the type of time series, the pre-processing applied to it, the forecast model and the parameters of the model.
In tradingview we...
This is a simple script designed to help filter out bad trades. LSMA is a trend king and by using the 21,200 and 1000 length lines traders can get a clear view of where price action is travelling. This indicator is the perfect companion to the LSMA Wave Rider indicator. Once a pullback is discovered (price action crosses under blue or white line) Traders can use...
The "AC-P" version of Jaggedsoft's RSX Divergence and Everget's RSX script is my personal customized version of RSX with the following additions and modifications:
LSMA-D line that averages in three LSMA components to form a composite, the LSMA-D line. Offset for the LSMA-D line is set to -2 to offset latency from averaging togther the LSMA components to form...
This is a variation of Gerald Appel's MACD with seven moving average source types to choose from.
The MA types I've included in this script are:
- Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average
- Geometric Moving Average
- Hull Moving Average
- Volume Weighted Moving Average
- Least Squares Moving Average
- Arnaud Legoux Moving Average
Technical analysis make often uses of classical statistical procedures, one of them being regression analysis, and since fitting polynomial functions that minimize the sum of squares can be achieved with the use of the mean, variance, covariance...etc, technical analyst only needed to replace the mean in all those calculations with a moving average,...