This strategy goes long when highs are broken and uses a trailing stop that follows swing lows. User can configure a back test date range and choose whether or not to only take trades above a selected moving average.
The desire for me to make this script was to try to capture those extreme breakouts that can occur after a consolidation/equilibrium pattern. This...
This strategy takes the ADX Indicator I wrote and applies it to a strategy for back testing purposes.
I've also applied a date filter so you can back test specific date ranges and a moving average filter so you can choose whether to filter your longs/shorts based on a moving average.
This script determines, plots and alerts on probable trend initiation and continuation points, using tenkan-sen(conversion line of ichimoku), kijun-sen(baseline of ichimoku) and stochastic RSI, for 1 H SPX.
New long/short trend initiates when prices cross above/below kijun sen. The trend continues when prices cross...
This script fires off a buy alert when the ADX is rising and above a user-defined value (default 25). It fires off a sell signal when ADX starts sloping downward. The lookback period to determine if it is sloping up/down (in bars) is also configurable by the user. The plot highlights green when there is a "go" signal. Thanks to @9e52f12edd034d28bdd5544e7ff92e for the idea.
The Market State Indicator was created by John Ehlers (Stocks & Commodities V. 38:06 (8–15)) and this is technically part of three indicators in one so I'm splitting each one to a separate script. This particular indicator was designed for the market state which acts as a trend direction and tells you whether the trend is strong in either direction. Keep in mind...
The Jsa Moving Average was created by George R. Arrington, Ph .D. (Stocks & Commodities V. 11:10 (427-431)) and it is an extremely simple formula but has very many great uses. For one thing it acts as support and resistance levels and it also acts like a trailing stop. It gives a wide enough berth during extended up or down trends to let you ride the wave up or...
Another original idea is here with you. Actualy I can say that it's a breakout strategy that uses multiple Pivot Point's averages.
How it works?
- it finds the Pivot Points, you can set the length as you want
- it gets averages of Pivot Highs and Pivot Lows, you can set the number of Pivot Points to be included
- it compares the current closing...
The Trend Analysis Indicator was created by Adam White (Stocks & Commodities V. 10:8 (358-360)) and this is not to be confused with the Trend Analysis Index which was also created by Adam White. The stock is trending when it is above the signal and loses steam when it falls below the signal. Generally you should buy when it is above it's signal and sell when it...
StochClose is a trend indicator that can be used on its own to measure trend strength, in a scan to rank a group of securities according to trend strength or as part of a trend following strategy. Moreover, it acts as a volatility-adjusted trend indicator that puts securities on an equal footing.
StochClose measures the location of the current close relative to...
This is my own version of the famous Trend Direction Force Index and I modified the original to make my version react quickly to any trend. I have color coded the indicator to make it extremely easy to read so if it is green then buy and red then sell.
This was a custom request so if you would like more then just send me a message!
The Trend Exhaustion Indicator is a custom indicator of mine that is loosely based on the Trend Exhaustion Index created by Clifford L. Creel Ph.D. (Stocks & Commodities V. 9:1 (9-11))
This indicator will let you know the trend reversal points and when it falls below the signal line then the trend is ending vice versa. Buy when the indicator crosses above the...
This is my first custom indicator that I created as a medium to long term trend indicator. Buy if it is above 0 and sell if it is below 0.
Since this is my first unique indicator, I would love to hear your feedback! Please let me know if you would like to see any other scripts!
The Demand Oscillator was created by James Sibbet (Stocks & Commodities June, 1986) and I changed his formula quite a bit to what you see on here. If it rises above the signal then buy or if not then sell. This is my custom version of his formula so let me know what you think.
Let me know if you would like to see me write any other scripts!
Display up to 5 simple moving average on your chart. If you want to display less than 5, you can hide as much as you want in the indicator settings.
If you prefer to use exponential moving average , you can find the same indicator with EMA on my profile page.
Scalpy is made up of a 2 main parts.
- The cloud comprising of a 10 period SMA and a 30 period SMA.
- When the cloud is green you should be looking for long entries.
- When the cloud is red you should be looking for short entries.
- Price is most bullish above a green cloud and most bearish below a red cloud.
- Being within the cloud indicates...
This is a variation of an exponential moving average which follows the price pretty smoothly. Feel free to change the factor to adjust how closely it follows the price. I set the default to 0.2
Let me know if you want me to write code for any other indicators!