This is a version of Stephen J. Klinger's, Klinger Oscillator (sometimes called Klinger Volume Oscillator). I've changed virtually nothing about the indicator itself, but added some lookback inputs for the EMAs the oscillator is derived from (traditionally 34 and 55), and added a few other things, as is my wont.
But what is the Klinger Oscillator? Essentially,...
+ %B is, at its simplest, the classic Bollinger Bands %B indicator with a few added bells and whistles.
However, the right combination of bells and whistles will often improve and make a more adaptable indicator.
Classically, Bollinger Bands %B is an indicator that measures volatility, and the momentum and strength of a trend, and/or price movements.
Hi again. I have another indicator that I think is pretty neat.
I had the idea of creating an Awesome Oscillator for my Ultimate MA, just to see what kind of signals it might produce. If you're not familiar with my UMA you should go take a look at it, but essentially it is just an average of eight different length MAs, and if you're not familiar with the Awesome...
Using parts of QQE (Qualitative Quantitative Estimation) again, this time I'm applying the trailing line of QQE on price directly.
Outcome, it's behaving like a baseline filter and it can be use as an exit or a trailing stop indicator.
As comparing to Kijun-sen line in yellow, the QQE trailing line follows the price closer, therefore exiting you sooner when the...
I was perplexed by the lack of continuation signals in trends, so I spent some time looking for a suitable indicator just for that purpose and fast indicators that can provide continuation signals tend to be too noisy as well.
I'm always intrigued by QQE (Qualitative Quantitative Estimation), so I QQE-ed almost everything I encountered.
After a while, I settled...
Time Segmented Volume was developed by Worden Brothers, Inc to be a leading indicator by comparing various time segments of both price and volume. Essentialy it is designed to measure the amount of money flowing in and out of an instrument.
Time Segmented Volume was originally ported to TradingView by user @liw0 and later corrected by user @vitelot. I never...
So, what is the KDJ indicator? If you're familiar with the Stochastic, then you'll know that the two oscillating lines are called the 'K' and 'D' lines. Now you know that this is some sort of implementation of the Stochastic. But, then, what is the J? The 'J' is simply the measure of convergence/divergence of the 'K' and 'D' lines, and the 'J' crossing the 'K' and...
Designed Around the NNFX rules
Selectible Exit Indicators
ATR bands, ATR labels for TP and TSL (1x and 1.5x ATR).
Indication (White Diamond) where candle is over 1x ATR in size.
Combined QQE Fast & Slow (C1 & C2) confirmations, Candles Grey before Trend Confirmed, change to Normal Colour when Trend established (QQE MOD used for...
This is a trend following system that combines 3 indicators which provide different functionalities, also a concept conceived by VP's No Nonsense FX / NNFX method.
The main baseline filter is an indicator called Modular Filter created by Alex Grover
- Alex Grover - Modular Filter
That's the moving average...
A centerline/non-chart indicator version of Everget's Supertrend script for use in NNFX-style indicator setups, with the emphasis on this indicator NOT adding visual clutter to the main charting area with a baseline indicator already present.
This is literally the EXACT same script as Everget's Supertrend, but not drawn on the chart and with the fill/stop and...
Credits to @Fractured
Adapted the "Many Moving Averages" script to VP's NNFX No Nonsense Forex method.
- ATR bands and labels
- Price is > 1 ATR away from baseline indication
Without ATR Bands and bar colors
"ALMA", "EMA", "DEMA", "TEMA", "WMA", "VWMA", "SMA", "SMMA", "HMA", "Kijun", "McGinley"
NNFX All-in-One Baseline display / test tool.
This is usefull (hopefully) for the NNFX way of trading only. It's not intended to be used as a standalone tool.
Basically, this script displays and tests many types of Moving Averages as baselines.
It displays baseline signals, based on the NNFX ATR-related rule for baseline entries.
It can be used as a backtest...
The "AC-P" version of jiehonglim's NNFX Baseline script is my personal customized version of the NNFX Baseline concept as part of the NNFX Algorithm stack/structure for 1D Trend Trading for Forex. Everget's JMA implementation is used for the baseline smoothing method, with optional ATR bands at 1.0x and 1.5x from the baseline.
NNFX = No Nonsense Forex
This version of Donchian Channels uses two source options so that one can create a channel using highs and lows rather than one or the other or closes. My thinking was that this would create a more accurate portrayal of price action (or at least contain the greatest scope of it) as seen through the lens of a Donchian Channel. This was actually part of the genesis...
The SSL is a fair entry condition and good exit indicator. It works best when combined with a trend indicator and multiple confirmations.
In essence, the SSL is a moving average crossover, which immediately down-grades it to a 2nd or 3rd level of confluence in my opinion.
It was recently featured in an episode of VP's "No Nonsense FX", which drove me to recreate...
NOTE!* If you were using my previous + Rate of Change (and OBV) indicator, I will not be updating that. OBV was moved to my + Breadth & Volume indicator.
This indicator here is basically and updated version of the old indicator, without OBV.
The Rate of Change, or RoC, is a momentum indicator that measures the percentage change in price between the current period...