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Many traders look at volume as a pre-signal that a move may happen.
In trading, some say that "the volume precedes the movement".
This simply means that often volume will increase before a significant...
5 minute candles only.
The code compares the cumulative volume of the current day to the 20 day cumulative average up to that same point in time.
This is commonly referenced as the Zanger Ratio.
The colors are based on the that version.
Below 60 = drying up (grey)
Above 60 = below average (orange)
Above 80 = average...
This script allows to calculate the cumulative volume during the intraday session. Let's just define the start and the end time of the day you want the cumulated volume to be calculated within and you'll be good to go! You can also define two thresholds (min and max) where to plot it on a different color. For my strategy, I find it very useful for...
This indicator shows you cumulative weekdays' volumes across the instrument history.
What is included
An option to start calculations from specific date
It works on ANY instrument that has available volume data.
It works on all resolutions
I attached some screenshots to show you how it works with other instruments.
Snoop here with another script this one is linear regression slope analysis;
I used a base skeleton script of /u/ucsgears before adding some other cumulative log filtering and average customization functions I like :)
If you have success with this script feel free to buy me a coffee through my bitcoin address :)
Appreciate the love I get from the...
Been a while since I posted anything that didnt require approval to use -- so here is one that I really like
I call it 420_osc
essentially it is a volume weighted moving average cross that also take into account some log() filtering and some other cumulative summing
This also has a BBand shrinkage indicator (blue crosses at bottom) to see when the b...
Here is a light piece of code, The Indicator Integrator. It sums up a function (like an integral for you calculus folks). Unlike the 'cum' function that does a million bars of look back you can change the look back period, like limits of integration.
Built in is a difference of the close from an SMA. And there is an ROC. By changing what is summed up in the loop...