Continue to experiement with VWAP and EVWMA.
It seems that just simple crosses between VWAP and EVWMA can be pretty good signals. VWAP is a bit choppy so you can use VWAP smoothing input to smoth it a bit.
Here are few other strategies based on EVWMA:
EVWMA VWAP MACD Strategy
QuantNomad - EVWMA MACD Strategy
This is a simple tool that gives traders a simple visual representation of Volume-Weighted Moving Average ( VWMA ) crossovers that is pretty similar to the MACD . We don't typically trade solely based on the VWMA , but it is definitely one of our go-to tools when combining multiple indicators.
When trading with VWMA's, it is common to enter a position when the...
Pretty simple EVWMA (Elastic Volume Weighted Moving Average) Cross Strategy. Long on bullish cross, Short on Bearish Crosss.
EVWMA is a quite interesting moving average where period of the MA is defined from volume itself.
It incorporates volume information in a natural and logical way. The eVWMA can be looked at as an approximation to the average price paid per...
This is the first moving average that I've had a crack at. It's a VWMA of sorts that's anchored to significant price events but stays flat during chop.
This moving average essentially ignores most other price action while providing dynamic support and resistance levels, and displaying the underlying trend.
I personally use this moving average in it's singular...
This ATS Master Indicator #2 is a collection of multiple useful indicators, which only requires one indicator slot in TradingView.
In this collection you will find the following 12 indicators:
Bollinger Bands (three different types: Fibonacci, Standard, Improved)
Moving Averages (up to two individual MA indicators)
Exponential Moving Averages (up...
Here are my Bollinger Bands that come with 2 std dev bands and a variety of moving averages. The bands can have shading between the bands and the middle section can be shaded.
Moving Averages include:
Right now my 2 favorites are the Hull with a std dev of .5 and the Wilder with a std dev of 1.7 and 2.0....
I am a big fan of Fibonacci EMAs, however I added the ability to look at multiple moving average types.
Having the Fibonacci Moving Averages grouped together like this will make them much easier to manage with the object tree as well.
Something I plan on using myself to remove clutter on my charts! Hope you like it!