Deeply inspired by the Weiss wave indicator, the following indicator aims to return the accumulations of rising and declining volume of a specific trend. Positive waves are constructed using rising volume while negative waves are using declining volume.
The trend is determined by the sign of the rise of a rolling linear regression.
This is a simple script to quickly see changes in % in each candle.
In blue open/close variation. In red Histogram with range between high and low.
This helps me understand very quickly what's the typical change in % for a specific timeframe/pair, so I can fine tune my Stop Losses and Take Profits.
In digital signal processing knowing how a system interact with the frequency content of an input signal is extremely important, the mathematical tool that give you this information is called "frequency response". The frequency response regroup two elements, the amplitude response, and the phase response. The amplitude response tells you how the system modify the...
Amplitude is a very simple measurement of subtracting the range (high - low) of a candle by some other data from that candle. in this case, we use the midpoint of the candle, so the calculation is (high - low) / (high + low)/2 . This isn't a new concept, but I could not find this study anywhere so I decided to add it myself.