InSilico

Hull Suite

Hull is its extremely responsive and smooth moving average created by Alan Hull in 2005.
Minimal lag and smooth curves made HMA extremely popular TA tool.
https://alanhull.com/hull-moving-average...


Script was made to regroup multiple hull variants in one indicator,maintaining flexible customization and intuitive visualization
Option to chose between 3 Hull variations
Option to chose between 2 visualization modes ( Bands or single line)
Option to Paint hull and/or candlesticks according to hulls trend
Shortcut for personalizing Line/band thickness,instead of changing every object manually ,there is global option in inputs


HMA
THMA ( 3HMA)
EHMA

HMA:
Alan Hull

EHMA:
Slower than hull by default.
Raudys, Aistis & Lenčiauskas, Vaidotas & Malčius, Edmundas. (2013). Moving Averages for Financial Data Smoothing ( 403. 34-45. 10.1007/978-3-642-41947-8_4.) Vilnius University, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics

3HMA (THMA) :
Documentation on link below
alexgrover


Release Notes: Added the Band Transparency controller input ,which was asked in comments


P.S 180
Release Notes: Made colors less in your face by default.
Release Notes: update
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Release Notes: added option to multiply length by amount to view higher timeframe MA locally and easily
Release Notes: Add option to view hull from fixed timeframes (great for scalping).

Release Notes: Mistakes where done. instead of this we had this
Small typos, coders easily fixed it themselfs.


Release Notes: added alerts

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