This is an experimental study using z scores of multiple sampling periods to analyze price trends.
Z score measures the number of standard deviations price is from its mean.
In this study, z scores are calculated over a Fibonacci sequence of sampling periods from 3 to 4181.
The scores are then averaged with equal weighting, resulting in a display of long term...
This study is an experiment built off the framework of my Dual Volume Divergence Index indicator.
It is designed to gauge polarity over multiple lookback periods of your choice by expressing the data as a two color grid.
Positive Volume Divergence and Negative Volume Divergence are calculated, and their relative values are used to gauge polarity.
The order of the...
This study is an experiment designed to identify market phases using changes in an approximate Hurst Exponent.
The exponent in this script is approximated using a simplified Rescaled Range method.
First, deviations are calculated for the specified period, then the specified period divided by 2, 4, 8, and 16.
Next, sums are taken of the deviations of each period,...
This study is an experimental regression curve built around fractal and ATR calculations.
First, Williams Fractals are calculated, and used as anchoring points.
Next, high anchor points are connected to negative sloping lines, and low anchor points to positive sloping lines. The slope is a specified percentage of the current ATR over the sampling period.
This is an experimental study designed to analyze trend intensity using two Donchian Channels.
The DCTI curve is calculated by comparing the differences between Donchian highs and lows over a major an minor period, and expressing them as a positive and negative percentage.
The curve is then smoothed with an exponential moving average to provide a signal...
experimental: analyzing the differences between price closure and multiple moving averages to discern movement and direction of market.
upper signal is the long trend, while the lower signal symbolizes faster movements within the trend.
This is an experimental study inspired by the volume weighted moving average convergence divergence (VWMACD) concept.
In this formula, divergences between two volume weighted moving averages and two simple moving averages over their respective lookback periods are calculated.
The difference between the divergences is calculated, then the difference between the...