markmiotke

Derivative Oscillator Arrows [Salty]

Values above zero are considered bullish , and larger arrows print when the cross over occurs in the bullish area.
Values below zero are considered bearish , and larger arrows print when the cross under occurs in the bearish area.
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In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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I like the look of this indicator at first glimpse. Thanks for your work mate.
I was always intrigued by the moxie indicator. I tried finding what the moxie indicator was based off of but im guessing it's what you have here? RSI/50sma/21,8 ema ?
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markmiotke NathanAR
@NathanAR, Your Welcome. See my other indicator Moxie_Arrows if you want an actual Moxie Indicator.
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fekyoptimax markmiotke
@markmiotke, amazing so this MOxie indicator you have done? is it Moxie_Arrows
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markmiotke fekyoptimax
@fekyoptimax, yes its Moxie with some directional arrows added. Enjoy!
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markmiotke fekyoptimax
@fekyoptimax, just to be clear the Derivative Oscillator is a different indicator that I was using before I created Moxie_Arrows.
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Cool Indicator. Do you mind adding the code that shows the swing levels as well or is that a different indicator?
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@Decam9, I am not sure how that would work since I would expect to see swing levels on the price chart, and the DO is on its own chart.
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Decam9 markmiotke
@markmiotke, Any idea what indicator that was? Its shown in your example case and I could really use it.
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@Decam9, ST_Darvas is the name of the indicator from Simpler Trading as shown in the chart.
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Just wanted to say "Thanks for your work" I find this indicator useful.
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