---- EN ---- OBJECTIVE: The aim of this indicator is to simulate the average acquisition price during a DCA from any date, any asset, any amount. Useful for realizing that short-term volatility is not a problem when taking a long-term view, as only the fundamentals of the asset matter. USAGE: The indicator does not seek to reproduce tools to give you the size...

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Moving averages visualize the average price of a financial instrument over a specified period of time. However, there are a few different types of moving averages. They typically differ in the way that different data points are weighted or given significance. A Weighted Moving Average (WMA) is similar to the simple moving average (SMA), except the WMA adds significance to more recent data points. Each point within the period is assigned a multiplier (largest multiplier for the newest data point and then descends in order) which changes the weight or significance of that particular data point. Then, just like the SMA, once a new data point is added to the beginning, the oldest data point is thrown out.

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The Weighted Oscillator Convergence Divergence (WOCD) aims to help traders identify potential trend reversals or momentum shifts in financial markets by calculating and visualizing the difference between a smoothed oscillator (WMA) value and its exponential moving average (EMA) and simple moving average (SMA) counterparts. This indicator is particularly useful for...

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"VARGAS" is an indicator that can be used in all timeframes on charts in the stock, crypto, and commodity markets. It allows trades to be opened according to the intersections of moving averages in different time periods. It is an indicator using weighted moving averages. Using a weighted moving average has the following benefits for traders: 1) Precision and...

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I've developed a cool indicator. The indicator calculates a Fibonacci-weighted moving average (FWMA) based on a specific length. What sets it apart is that it assists me in identifying potential trend reversals. When the indicator's color changes - from red to light red or from green to light green - it's an indication that the trend might be shifting. What...

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Screener version of Tillson T3 Moving Average: The T3 Moving Average generally produces entry signals similar to other moving averages and, thus, is mainly traded in the same manner. Here are several assumptions: Suppose the price action is above the T3 Moving Average, and the indicator is upward. In that case, we have a bullish trend and should only enter long...

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Screener version of MavilimW Moving Average : Short-Term Examples (by decreasing 3 and 5 default values to have trading signals from color changes) BUY when MavilimW turns blue from red. SELL when MavW turns red from blue. Long-Term Examples (with Default values 3 and 5) BUY when the price crosses over the MavilimW line SELL when the price crosses below...

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This Pine Script code is a trading strategy that uses several indicators such as Fisher Transform (FTR), On-Balance Volume (OBV), Relative Strength Index (RSI), and a Weighted Moving Average (WMA). The strategy generates buy and sell signals based on the conditions of these indicators. The Fisher Transform function is a technical indicator that uses past prices...

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The idea of this indicator is very similar to my previous published script called BBAS (Bollinger Bands Alert System). Just with little additions. In this case, we're using a Weighted Moving Average (ta.wma) instead of Simple Moving Average to calculate the basis line. A breakout in trading refers to a situation where the price of a security or asset moves...

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Volatility Weighted Moving Average (VAWMA) : The Volatility Weighted Moving Average is a short and long term trend filter that weightes asset price buy "volatility significance" (percentages of total volatility over specified period) unlike that of the WMA which formulates an average based on the product of asset price and a deceding period significance . The...

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Plots the first time the close price is above or below the colored portion of the chosen MA. The MA's formula is from TradeStation's indicator: "Colored Moving Averages Can Help You Spot Trends" . I modified that indicator with customizations that include: Buy and Sell signals. Each time the current bar closes above the MA, while it's red (bearish), there's a...

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A simple form of recursive filtering using an adjustable gain and a memory length. The filter predicts the next sample based on the previous values and the calculated error.

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This simple script creates a moving average system weighted by volatility. The moving averages are less sensitive to price action than the typical moving averages we use, and their crossovers can be used to identify extended trends. I've colored the background depending on trend. Ideally in the future, I'll draw long or short signals on-chart depending on the...

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This Pine Script code defines an indicator called "CWTEMA" that plots a custom weighted triple exponential moving average (TEMA) on a chart. The indicator takes two inputs: a source series (usually the close price of a security) and a length parameter that specifies the number of periods over which the moving average is calculated. The code first defines a tema()...

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This is a Pine Script for the "Cumulative Weighted Exponential Moving Average" (CWEMA) indicator. The script defines the CWEMA indicator using the ema() and wma() functions, which respectively calculate the exponential moving average and weighted moving average of a given data series. The cwema() function computes the weights for each value in the moving average...

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This is a pine script that defines and implements a custom weighted moving average (WMA) indicator. The script first defines a function called wma that calculates the weighted moving average of a given data source (src) with a specified set of weights (weights) over a specified length (len). The wma function first computes the weighted sum of the source data by...

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This indicator simply provides a moving average (SMA, EMA, etc. can be selected) which hides itself when touched by the price. Two potential uses: Set the growth rate to be slow, to highlight only very rapid moves on a chart. Use the default settings and change the averaging period until the MA line remains bright. This MA can then act as a good trailing...

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A configurable fast and slow moving average combined to help visualize the current trend and potential changes in trend. Allows for specifying a fixed set of minutes or days instead of just bars so that the visualization is similar when changing time-frames.

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It's a pretty simple script. Idea is to compute MAs with the length of Fibonacci numbers and then compute an average of them all. In the script, you can choose the type of MAs and how many Fibonacci numbers to use for it. You can also adjust the length of these MAs manually and choose the color of every one of them. Thanks to @MUQWISHI for helping me code...

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