Smart money index (SMI) or smart money flow index is a technical analysis indicator demonstrating investors sentiment.
The index was invented and popularized by money manager Don Hays. The indicator is based on intra-day price patterns.
The main idea is that the majority of traders (emotional, news-driven) overreact at the beginning of the trading day
I have used this indicator to find many lucrative opportunities. This indicator takes the moving average of CCI in custom, volatility-specific conditions. CCI measures "overbought" in the red-shaded region and "Oversold" in the green-shaded region. The shaded regions do not constitute a buy/sell signal alone, the MS CCI Squeeze is best used when market...
this indicator has been designed to make your calculations easier and faster.
you can use this indicator to set tp and sl prices based on your entry price, balance,risk and leverage.
it has been designed only for cryptocurrency market and it is not recommended to use it in other markets!
1- enter your balance in the setting of the indicator.
2- enter risk...
It is simply your traditional MFI , except that your 50 line became the actual price.
Why and how could it be useful? This indicator helps to spot more easily and efficiently divergences .
You could also use it for trend reversals as you usually do with your 50 line, but I would suggest to set a higher length for the MFI, like 155 or something like that.
This indicator can apply my previous indicator, Historical and Standard Stochastic, to Money Flow (ADMF) or Absolute Strength Index (ASI) or both at the same time. It can also display those two indicators in regular mode as well as showing visual cues when the indicators make new ATH or ATL.
ASI is basically a new name I am giving to my Gain/Loss Moving Average...
It came to my attention that one very common implementation of SMI was incorrect; rather than subtracting the first hour delta and adding the last hour delta it subtracts the whole day delta and adds the last 30m delta. While this indicator might have had some use, it is not what I understand to be the actual Smart Money Index and so I post this as a correction...
The well known Chaikin Money Flow Indicator as oscillator version.
The indicator runs both above and below zero, made to denote whether an asset is in a bullish (above zero) or bearish (below zero) trend.
It can be used to confirm trends, as well as spot possible trading signals due to divergences.
A benefit of the oscillator version is that it...
an underlying asset.
It is determined by the changes in price and volume. The volume acts as a weighting coefficient at the change of price — the higher the coefficient (the volume) is the greater the contribution of the price change (for this period of time) will be in the value of the indicator. The indicator is also known as Accumulation / Distribution...