BUY & SELL PRICE TO VOLUME PRESSURE
By Ricardo M Arjona @XeL_Arjona
The Following indicator/code IS NOT intended to be a formal investment advice or recommendation by the author, nor should be construed as such. Users will be fully responsible by their use regarding their own trading vehicles/assets.
The embedded code and ideas within this work...
Better Volume Indicator
This is a direct port of a famous indicator from Tradestation platform.
BVI improves on your typical volume histogram by coloring the bars based on 5 criteria:
* Volume Climax Up – high volume, high range, up bars (red)
* Volume Climax Down – high volume, high range, down bars (white)
Displays delta volume columns using intrabar volume information. Each volume column is divided into three sections: buying, selling and neutral volume. Volume for each section is determined from the volume and price movement of each intrabar at a user-selected lower resolution.
- Choice of color themes for either dark or light chart...
Volume-Weighted MACD Histogram
Volume-Weighted MACD Histogram, first discussed by Buff Dormeier, is a modified version of MACD study. It calculates volume-averaged Close price for finding the histogram.
This is a derivation of the On Balance Volume Indicator.
The idea behind it is that volume consists of two parts. The driving theory is the basic law of supply and demand.
Part 1: Volume consists of shares traded at an equilibrium price. An equal number of buyers and sellers are present during this volume. This area is displayed as the upper and lower shadows...
This strategy uses the VWAP indicator to determine low entry points.
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HawkEye volume, developed by Nigel Hawks, is supposed to be a premier VSA indicator. Documentation on this is scarce (looks like the training seminars/sessions conducted by the parent company cover this in detail), if you come across any (other than what I have mentioned on that chart) do let me know.
I am not sure how much this resembles the commercial...
This is the volume version of "DecisionPoint Breadth Swenlin Trading Oscillator"
DecisionPoint Swenlin Trading Oscillator can be used to identify short-term tops and bottoms. You can read about the interpretation of the signals (& gotchas) in the link below.
I have added support for NYSE / NASD / AMEX and also a combined mode. You can specify custom...
OBV Oscillator in %
This indicator computes the regular OBV using the standard formula and then creates an oscillator out of it.
Differences with other OBV oscillators:
- Computed value is relative to 100; it’s a percentage (no more huge numbers on the right scale),
- Adds a reference line at 0,
- Oscillators are computed by comparing the current situation (short...
The indicator is based on making the standard deviation (where the mean is a moving average) a two-lines cross indicator, by applying an MA over it. When the standard deviation is above the MA, there is considered to be enough volatility in the market for trends to form.
Blue background = There is ACTION in the market -- signals it should be safe to trade
DepthHouse Volume Flow indicator is used to help determine trend direction strictly based on Negative and Positive volume data.
How to Read:
- Moving Average crossovers are used to help determine a possible trend change or retracement.
- The area cloud on the bottom is calculated by the difference of the moving averages. This could be used to help determine...
Latest update to the volume flow indicator. It calculates volume fraction up and down based on candle shape: body counts twice one way, wicks count both ways. Total volume (positive + negative) is the regular volume. Additionally, I added breakout detection, oscillator, colored candles for easy trend following, reversal warnings, high and low volume alarms. Every...
Relative Volume or RVOL is an indicator used to help determine the amount of volume change over a given period of time.
It is often used to help traders determine how in-play a ticker is.
General rule of thumb is the higher the RVOL, the more in play a stock is.
I myself like to use it as a substitute of the volume indicator itself.
This indicator should be more accurate than other indicators in its class (including MFI, CMF, ADL, and OBV) for measuring buy/sell pressure, identifying trend change through divergence and calculating Accumulation/Distribution (A/D) level (I will explain why in a separate TA).
This indicator is based on my previous indicator "Accumulation/Distribution Volume"....
The Klinger Oscillator (KO) was developed by Stephen J. Klinger. Learning
from prior research on volume by such well-known technicians as Joseph Granville,
Larry Williams, and Marc Chaikin, Mr. Klinger set out to develop a volume-based
indicator to help in both short- and long-term analysis.
The KO was developed with two seemingly opposite...
Elastic Volume Weighted Moving Average (eVWMA) is a statistical measure using the volume to define the period of the moving average. The eVWMA can be looked at as an approximation to the average price paid per share. Multiplier is usually the number of shares, but it can be approximated using cumulative sum of volume (Enable it via "Use Cumulative Volume" option)...