One-Stop Trading Setup:
This script designed to identify up, down, and sideways trends. 200 HMA, 9 EMA, PSAR, and ATR are used to identify the strength of any instrument.
Candle Colors - Simpler approach to follow:
Green color indicates for up side trade signals
Red color indicates for down side trade signals
Yellow color can be interpreted for stop,...
This study make use of Hull Moving Average and Bollinger Bands.
The crosses give signal about HMA and BB crossovers, they are a bit lagging, if you stare well you will spot them a little earlier. It look like a good idea to buy and sell when HMA is near or on the outside of the outer bands.
By default the Bollinger Bands uses Simple Moving Average with 21...
This indicator setup highly inspired by Donchian Channel and Hull Moving Average. Big thanks to both Richard Donchian and Alan Hull.
Back test and live test it and come to conclusion of how to use this indicator for live trading.
200 Hull Moving Average plays major role in deciding the right trades using Donchian Channel. As part of...
The Hull moving average (HMA) developed by Alan Hull is one of the many moving averages that aim to reduce lag while providing effective smoothing. The HMA make use of 3 linearly weighted (WMA) moving averages, with respective periods p/2 , p and √p , this involve three convolutions, which affect computation time, a more efficient version exist...
This Hull MA uses the default settings of the built-in MA. The basic idea is that we are in a buy setup when hull is below price, and a sell setup when hull is above price. The indicator is extended with slightly change in contrast when moving average is declining and it plot the ma/price crossovers: green dot when a buy setup is appearing, and red dot when a sell...
A ribbon that uses a fast EMA, a slow EMA, and a signal EMA. By default the signal EMA is invisible.
When the fast EMA > slow EMA the default fill is green, and then red when the fast EMA < slow EMA. The signal EMA adds a 2nd flavor to the ribbon. When the fast EMA > slow EMA, if the signal is beneath the fast EMA, the ribbon fill changes its color to a brighter...
2 x Ichimoku Cloud
5 x EMA
2 x MA
1 x HullMA
Study is based around trader @br0qn 's Ichimoku script.
Credits also go to:
@RicardoSantos for the Bill Williams Fractals
@EmilianoMesa for the EMAs/MAs
@mohamed982 for the HullMA
The script is open source so please feel free to change it around. I'd greatly appreciate...
Source for Exponential Hull Moving Average (EHMA) formula:
Raudys, Aistis & Lenčiauskas, Vaidotas & Malčius, Edmundas. (2013). Moving Averages for Financial Data Smoothing. Communications in Computer and Information Science. 403. 34-45. 10.1007/978-3-642-41947-8_4.
The Exponential Hull Moving Average is nearly identical to the Hull MA, but EMA used instead of...
Indicator is obtained by importing RSI(14) into HULL moving average source with 2 different periods, as one is long period and the other is short.
When green line (short period) cross upward the red line (long period) , this is a BUY; vice versa it is a SELL.
When HMA Short Period is set to 1 (one), yielding line is absolutely the same line of RSI (14). You can...
This indicator script setup is published to identify the strength and ride the trends.
HMA 100 period is used as default. However this can be changed as per wish. Major turning points or decisions can be made using this HMA line. Purple color is used to identify this. This can be used as the final extreme stop for any trend before it...
This is a mash-up of several built-in scripts to create a simple trading system. It is comprised of:
A Donchian channel set to a length of 30 (normally 20)
Two Hull moving averages, one set to 54 (line) and one set to 108 (dotted line)
I'll try to explain my strategic thinking through pictures, but please understand that risk management is everything. I...
REVE is abbreviation from Range Extension Volume Expansion. This indicator shows these against a background of momentum. The histogram and columns for the range and volume rises ara calculated with the same algorithm as I use in the Volume Range Events indicator, which I published before. Because this algorithm uses the same special function to assess 'normal'...