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Madrid Profit Area

This study displays a ribbon made of two moving averages identified by a filled Area. This provides visual aids to determine the trend direction and pivot points . The moving average will be Red if its value is decreasing, and green if it is increasing. When both MA's are the same color we have a trend direction. If those are different then we have a trend reversal and a pivot point .
If combined with another ribbon then it can be configured so we have a pair of slow MA's and another pair of fast MA's , this can visually determine if the price is in bull or bear territory following the basic rules:
1. Fast MA pair above the slow MA Pair = Bullish
2. Fast MA pair below the slow MA Pair = Bearish
3. If the fast MA crosses over the slow MA it is a Bullish reversal
4. If the fast MA crosses below the the slow MA, it is a Bearish reversal.

The use of the ribbons without the price bars or line reduces the noise inherent to the price
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// Madrid : 01/APR/2014 : Moving Profit Area : 2.0 PRO
// http://madridjourneyonws.blogspot.com/
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// This plots two moving averages, either exponential or standard
// When it is declining it shows the MA in red, green when rising.
// This is a visual aid to make sure you're on the right side of the trade
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study(title="Madrid Profit Area", shorttitle="MPA", overlay=true)
src = close
fastLen = input(8, minval=1, title="Fast MA Length")
slowLen = input(21, minval=1, title="Slow MA Length")
exponential = input(true)

fastMA = exponential ? ema(src, fastLen) : sma(src, fastLen)
slowMA = exponential ? ema(src, slowLen) : sma(src, slowLen)
colorFMA = change(fastMA)>0 ? green : red
colorSMA = change(slowMA)>0 ? green : red

p1=plot(fastMA, color=colorFMA, linewidth=3)
p2=plot(slowMA, color=colorSMA, linewidth=3)

fill(p1, p2, color=blue, transp=75)
YoungMula
2 years ago
so do you think we have reversal here or bear flag
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Madrid PRO YoungMula
2 years ago
In this example the faster ribbon once it enters into the zone delimited by the slow ribbon chances are this will be a bear flag that gains enough momentum to turn itself into a reversal If it breaks above this area, but if the price is rejected at the moving average this is just a bear flag and the continuation of the downtrend. I normally use the 55/144 or the 55/89 EMA's pair as the slow ribbon.
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