The average of sellers supplies is subtracted from buyers demand, the result is graded because a statement like “The faith in this period was ## percent” has no meaning. We can conclude to more faith and less faith but not represent it in some exact number.
This indicator assigns the following grades:
Very high faith graduated as 8
High faith as 6
Good faith as 4
Some Faith as 2
Little Faith as 1
Neither Faith nor Distrust as zero
Self Protection Distrust graduated as -8
Fear Distrust as -6
Anxiety Distrust as -4
Suspicion Distrust as -2
Doubt Distrust as -1
It is presented as a histogram with blue staves pointing up (meaning faith) and red staves pointing down (meaning distrust)
The background is colored using the Hull Agreement Indicator (Hullag), which I published before. Hullag graduates price movements in five grades to which it assigns a background color. These are as follows:
grade 2: blue, clear upward movement
grade 1: green, some upward movement
grade 0: silver , neither upward nor downward movement
grade -1: maroon, some downward movement
grad -2: red, clear downward movement.
Use of the Faith Indicator:
The indicator shows price action/momentum as a background color and action analyzed as a grade of faith in the form of a histogram. Usually faith comes together with rising prices (blue/green background) and distrust with lowering prices (red/maroon background), however contrarian situations occur, e.g. lowering prices while the market has good faith. These can be explained by minority sellers who act contrary to the feelings in the market. You can then decide that this might be an unsustainable move of the quotes.
If the faith indicator confirms the price movement, you might assume that the move is meaningful and will go further. Also if you see faith diminishing you might assume that the move is coming to an end and the tide is going to turn.
No verdadeiro espírito TradingView, o autor deste script o publicou com código aberto, para que os traders possam compreendê-lo e verificá-lo. Um brinde 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 utilizá-lo em um gráfico.