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%R Trend Exhaustion [upslidedown]

I love Williams %R! This indicator mixes two %R periods... a standard %R with a longer period %R. The longer period of 112 has interesting results for trend following strategies in the crypto market through backtesting.

Alone these are fairly ordinary but together they provide a very interesting trend exhaustion/reversal system while filtering out some noise. I have highlighted key areas of interest with filled boxes. An "area of interest" is when there is confluence between the short and long period %R values along with being overbought or oversold. Once there is a break in the overbought or oversold trend, an arrow will print.

This is one of my odder ideas that appears to have some merit and detects interesting tops or bottoms (or confirms a trend reversal) so I'm publicly publishing for the community to find. If you find this useful please reach out and let me know how you use it as it's fairly unique... and thus different than anything I've ever seen or used.
Notas de Lançamento: Based on positive reaction within community I made a few improvements to the script. This includes an experimental bull/bear cross, better documenting of the plot values and settings, adjustment of the z-index values, and an experimental difference plot (dig into the settings).

  • Adjusted default smoothing value of 3 for the slow signal to reduce noise (previously no smoothing was default)
  • Crossover dot plotting (bullish and bearish experimental)
  • Adjustable triangle plot locations so indicator can be used as overlay on wavetrend or other indicator
  • Fixed z-index for elements
  • Difference plotting (default is turned off)

Hooray! ❄️ Happy Holidays ❄️
Notas de Lançamento: A couple quick settings/display changes in v1.3 suggested by a friend so elements can be more easily disabled and then used as overlay on wavetrend or other tool of your choice. This indicator is still one of my favorite reversal confirmation signals.
Script de código aberto

Dentro do verdadeiro espírito TradingView, o autor deste script publicou ele como um script de código aberto, para que os traders possam compreender e checar ele. Um viva ao autor! Você pode usá-lo gratuitamente, mas a reutilização deste código em uma publicação é regida pelas Regras da Casa. Você pode favoritá-lo para usá-lo em um gráfico.

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