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...
Highlight bars according it's volume releative to near candles. This script usefull for VSA trading.
Red bar - extrime high volume
Orange bar - volume is high
Grayish bar - volume is normal
Green bar - volume is low
Blue bar - almost no volume
Short-term Volume and Price Oscillator (SVAPO), developed by Sylvian Vervroot, combines both Price and Volume to construct an oscillator. In essence, when the price is trending up and volume is increasing, volume is added into the oscillator calculation. Conversely, when price is trending down and volume is increasing, volume will be subtracted from the...
This is a simple yet powerful indicator that can replace volume, Money Flow, Chaikin Money Flow, Price Volume Trend (PVT), Accumulation/Distribution Line (ADL), On Balance Volume (OBV).
When "Baseline Chart" option is disabled, it looks similar to regular volume. The volume bars has two shades of green and red. The dark shade shows amount of accumulation and the...
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The Percentage Volume Oscillator (PVO) is a momentum oscillator for volume.
PVO measures the difference between two volume-based moving averages as a
percentage of the larger moving average. As with MACD and the Percentage Price
Oscillator (PPO), it is shown with a signal line, a histogram and a centerline.
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.
Relative Volume Indicator
RVI is a support-resistance technical indicator developed by Melvin E. Dickover. Unlike many conventional support and resistance indicators, the Relative Volume Indicator takes into account price-volume behavior in order to detect the supply and demand pools. These pools are marked by "Defended Price Lines"...
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
If Volume is less then the previous 20 intervals, Volume is gray.
If Volume is greater then the previous 40 intervals, Volume is black.
If Volume is less then the previous 2 intervals, Volume is purple.
If Volume is less then the previous, Volume is red.
If Volume is greater then the previous, Volume is blue.
Other - white.
You can add on the indicator a...
The theory behind the indexes is as follows: On days of increasing volume,
you can expect prices to increase, and on days of decreasing volume, you can
expect prices to decrease. This goes with the idea of the market being in-gear
and out-of-gear. Both PVI and NVI work in similar fashions: Both are a running
cumulative of values, which...
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"....
Price-Volume Rank, designed by Anthony J. Macek, compares the direction of the change in price (up or down) to the direction of the change in volume and assigns a number to that specific relationship. By quantifying price/volume interaction, P-V rank seeks to determine our position within a typical market cycle.
The various modes shown on the chart above or...
With the same idea of the VSA i make the VPSA to make synthetic graph of the price and the volume effect, its easy to see the volume trends. Each instrument have a more clear time frame to see the volume patterns.
Can use others indicators over the VPSA, only write in CAPITAL letters open, high, low, close or hl2 at inputs section.
This volume indicator gives you a unique perspective and ability to analyze volume in any market. The upper line that is always >=0 represents average up volume over a user definable period while the lower line that is always <= 0 represents the average down volume over a user definable period.
green == bullish candle but volume lower than average
Volume Zone Indicator (VZO) and Price Zone Indicator (PZO) are by Waleed Aly Khalil.
Volume Zone Indicator (VZO)
VZO is a leading volume oscillator that evaluates volume in relation to the direction of the net price change on each bar.
A value of 40 or above shows bullish accumulation. Low values (<...