A new trader's biggest barrier to entry is lack of understanding where they are in terms of time and price and with tradingview free they are often limited to just 1 or 2 extra indicators as many new traders slap on RSI and MACD as 2/3 free ones. While these indicators are fine for trend analysis, its important to know where the price is in relation to time. Thus,...
A way to manage portfolio risk using relative standard deviation, also known as coefficient of variation. This tool tells you how much of each stock in shares and in value to buy adjusted for their volatility risk for a given starting account capital. A problem many people have is how to diversify an account and adjusting it for the risk involved in each equity....
Alerts added to "VWAP Stdev Bands v2" by SandroTurriate
-Adjusted trigger conditions for higher signal sensitivity
-Color change on bands and signals for better readability and ease on the eyes
-Alerts added for up to 4 deviations up and down
-Re-enabled deviations 4 and 5
-Re-enabled previous close
If you like the script please come back and leave me a comment or find me on the interwebs. I get notified you "liked" it... but I have no idea if you actually use it. So, let me know =)
The script uses the open price as the mean and calculates the standard deviation from the open price on a per candle basis
- Goal: -
To establish a mean based on the Open Price...
Important: I don't really know how people generally compute deviations from VWAP/VWMA, but smth tells me generally it's just a Av Dev/St Dev based on mean, not on appropriate basis, like volume weighted mean in our case. This version is mathematically correct, it first calculates weighted mean, than utilizes this weighted in mean...
This indicator is standard deviation bands using a live analysis adaptation of Richard Arms' Volume Adjusted Moving Average as their basis. VAMA utilizes a period length that is based on volume increments rather than time.
• SampleN - N volume bars used as sample to calculate average volume , 0 equals all bars.
• VAMA Source - Price used for volume...
Much confusion exists in the TradingView community about backtesting on non-standard charts. This script tries to shed some light on the subject in the hope that traders make better use of those chart types.
Non-standard charts are:
Heikin Ashi (HA)
Point & Figure
These chart types are called non-standard because they all transform market...
This is an PS4 update to the popular Dual Thrust trading algorithm posted by me some time ago (). It has been commonly used in futures, Forex and equity markets. The idea of Dual Thrust is similar to a typical breakout system, however dual thrust uses the historical price to construct update...
**THIS VERSION HAS BEEN STANDARDIZED WITH A Z SCORE CALCULATION AND ALLOWS THE USER TO SELECT WHICH MOVING AVERAGE THEY WOULD LIKE TO UTILIZE FOR THE SIGNAL LINE**
Chart shows the Non-Standardized Enhanced Time Segmented Volume (Multi MA) with default settings on top and the Standardized version with default settings on the bottom.
Time Segmented Volume was...
An idea I had today morning so I had to write. It seems to detect trends well. It has three phases like a semaphor, painting the chart bars of green, yellow or red.
=== Bar Color Meaning ===
Yellow: don't care
I think it can be useful!
Standard Array Functions Library by RagingRocketBull 2021
This script provides a library of every standard Pinescript array function for live testing with all supported array types.
You can find the full list of supported standard array functions below.
There are several libraries:
- Common String Functions Library
- Common Array Functions Library
This is a study to determine if small candle bodies (little difference between open and close), regardless of overall candle length (high/low), can be used to filter choppy markets.
The indicator will calculate the selected average "MA Mode" of (close-open). To standardize this result and ensure any filters/thresholds do not need to be recalculated for each...
Here is a nice little script that highlights areas of volume using standard deviation, you can choose the look back periods.
This script is based on the excellent script by: @SteynTrade -
I have simplified it a bit and made it readable to my taste using alpha to highlight high volume areas.