This indicator is an implementation of the Bollinger Band and Awesome Oscillator Scalping system.
This technique is for those who want the most simple method that is very effective. It is BEST traded during the busiest trading hours, 3am to 12am EST NY time. This method doesn't work in sideways markets, only in volatile trending markets.
Time Frames: 1, 5, 10,...
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This is a quick script that combines two standard indicators, the Awesome Oscillator and MACD histogram, to highlight the beginnings of periods of fast price movement (divergence between the two). Since MACD's EMA responds more quickly than AO's SMA, look for periods of green over gold as a bullish signal, and red under blue as a bearish signal.
Of course both...
This is an indicator I stole from Lemrin. I added the plots for the MACD line and the Signal line and also changed the AO and MACD histo to an area plot. MACD = red and green. AO = blue and yellow. Green over top of Blue = possible reversal. Green overlaid over blue = uptrend. Yellow over top of Red = downside reversal possible. Yellow overlaid over Red =...
Here is the well-known Awesome Oscillator (AO), which I use to present the real purpose of this post: a function that provides step correction for simple moving averages (SMAs).
We all know that any indicator based on moving averages lags real-time movement. Normally this is fine, but just after large ("step") changes in level, the pre-step values that are...
The Accelerator Oscillator has been developed by Bill Williams
as the development of the Awesome Oscillator. It represents the
difference between the Awesome Oscillator and the 5-period moving
average, and as such it shows the speed of change of the Awesome
Oscillator, which can be useful to find trend reversals before the
Awesome Oscillator does.
This is a customized version of the default TradingView Awesome Oscillator indicator. I've followed what Bill Williams describes in his YouTube lecture (1) and book Trading Chaos (2).
The histogram is a 5 bar SMA subtracted by a 34 bar SMA and the line is the 5 bar SMA of the histogram.
Please comment to report bugs or to suggest improvements.
I am not certain if something similar is already available out there. However, here's my own implementation of my simple idea of using the length of the candle-body or wicks (high-low) to derive a Volatility Index/Oscillator.
I intent to later use this to filter out signals in my Buy/Sell suggestion/strategy scripts during periods of low volatility.
If you do...
This indicator plots the oscillator as a histogram where blue denotes
periods suited for buying and red . for selling. If the current value
of AO (Awesome Oscillator) is above previous, the period is considered
suited for buying and the period is marked blue. If the AO value is not
above previous, the period is considered suited for selling...
Indicates possible major local tops/bottoms + intermediate local support levels; using my tweaked and modified conjugated golden ratio multiplier, inspired by what was proposed by Philip Swift.
Seem to be useful with the BTCUSD 4 hour chart as well as 1 day chart -- different range applies, need to just look at historical trends.
Not financial advice. Use at own...