- 21/50/200 Day Moving Averages
- High and Low pivot points
- A Relative Strength line
- A Relative Strength rating
21/50/200 Day Moving Averages
The 21/50/200 Day moving averages are simple moving averages. They are visible in any chart increment but to use them properly you need to set you charts to be by day. Labels will appear on the right of the lines to show that they are representative of 21/50/200 day moving averages.
High and Low pivot points
The High and Low pivot points are green for high pivot points and red for low points. They are show in the Market Smith style with the numbers simply above the pivot points.
Relative Strength line
The Relative Strength line is a line that shows the strength of the stock compared to the S&P 500. In this case we utilize the SPX ticker to compare the stock to. This line is almost identical to the Market Smith tool and is an excellent tool to determine how a stock is doing compared to the market. When movements in the stock and shown with sideways trending of the RS line that means that the stock is following the market. When a stock is outperforming the market the RS line will follow.
Relative Strength rating
Thank you to ©Fred6724 for the RS Rating inspiration. They wrote excellent open source code for a RS Rating comparable to Market Smith. As the RS Rating in Market Smith is not open source it is difficult to know exactly how it is being calculated. After simplifying Fred's code and building upon a few ideas I had I compared the RS Rating to multiple Market Smith Ratings. The rating is close but often off by multiple points. If there is anyone who has a better idea on how to get this rating or how to improve on the code please send me a PM or fork this project. This rating is a good indicator to see how a certain stock compares to other stocks in the market. In Market Smith they are able to utilize their database to compare it to all other stocks. Since we do not have access to the same tools we are only able to compare it to the percentage of stocks above the 200, 150, 100, 50, and 20 day moving average.
Using these tools together are a small fraction what make people like Bill O'neill and Jim Roppel so successful. I plan on updating the RS Rating as I continue to work on this project so if there is anyone who has ideas then please send me a PM. Ultimately the goal of this project is to have a solution that is identical to Market Smith.
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.