Alpha Performance of Period (PoP) produces a visualization of returns (gains and losses) over a quarterly, monthly, or annual period. It also displays the total % gain and loss over any length of days, months, and years as defined by the user.
Performance of Period (PoP) can be used to understand the performance of an asset over multiple periods using a single...
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A fresh new look into the limitations of the security() function and perhaps expand our horizons on having access to more accurate data no matter from what timeframe you are on.
As always, it is my...
Some users asked in PM about a script that highlights the start of the week. Consequently, I decided to publish it open for anyone finding it useful.
Furthermore, I will update the script soon with more useful features and customisation options.
Simple script which marks out key swing highs & lows.
One of the only indicators I have on the chart most days
- perfect for naked charting
- quickly helps you to visually identify key areas of interest
An extension of Bill Williams fractals
- aka short term swing points
Allows you to filter for only the most prominent swing points
- you can even overlay...
This is little code snippet can be copied and pasted into your own strategies and indicators to easily calculate some interesting percentage change levels within a given lookback period.
The function will return:
The price change from the start to the end of the period
The price change from the start of the period to the highest point within the period
The Self Referencing Stochastic Oscillator
The stochastic oscillator bring values in range of (0,100). This process is called Feature scaling or Unity-Based Normalization
When a function use recursion you can highlights cycles or create smoother results depending on various factors, this is the goal of a recursive stochastic.
For example : k =...
This indicator combines two separate Simple RSI indicators so you can show different periods together, as well as an ADX indicator with DI+ and DI-. I prefer to use one indicator to show the whole thing, instead of stacking the individual indicators.
If you rescale a sine wave to the price you will need to correlate it with it in order to show good results, today i present a different method that does not involve correlation to "morph" a sine wave to the price in order to provide forecast's and highlight market periodic patterns.
length control the period of the sine wave, ...
This is my first public release of detector code entitled "Enhanced Instantaneous Cycle Period" for PSv4.0 I built many months ago. Be forewarned, this is not an indicator, this is a detector to be used by ADVANCED developers to build futuristic indicators in Pine. The origins of this script come from a document by Dr. John Ehlers entitled "SIGNAL ANALYSIS...
Simple script highlighting a vertical line on the last bar of the Day/ Week/ Month/ Hour/ H4/ minute etc.
Helps maintain visibility of higher timeframes when on lower timeframes.
Quickly identify end of period levels.
This indicator provides a continuous measurement of a securities' dominant cycle period, based on Ehlers ever-impressive reports and analysis tools.
This method uses in-phase and quadrature analysis, making use of the imaginary domain. This method is prone to favor longer periods and can
allow noise to greatly affect the end result.
>What does that even...
Lines "Total Up Impulses" and "Total Down Impulses" are the sum of impulses in the last n periods (Length).
line 1 => "Total Up Impulses": the sum of up impulses.
line 2 => "Total Down Impulses": the sum of down impulses.
When line 1 crosses up line 2, it indicates an uptrend is comming out.
When line 1 crosses down line 2, it indicates a downtrend is comming out.
Hi, this script comes from the idea that Ricardo Santos' Minkovski Distance Function is transferred to the period as a factor.
Minkowski distance is used as a percentage factor with the help of Relative Strength Index function.
Minkowski Distance Function Script :
And thus an...