A simple mash-up of the On Balance Volume (OBV) indicator with the Fisher Transform indicator (blue) with the classic Fisher Transform signal trigger (silver color), plus a linear regression as a second signal line (red).
I recommend to use a period for the linear regression which has the same speed or is slower than the period of the Fisher Transform to avoid...
McClellan Summation Index is a breadth indicator derived from McClellan Oscillator ().
The Summation Index is simply a running total of the McClellan Oscillator values. Even though it is called a Summation Index, the indicator is really an oscillator that fluctuates above/below zero. As such, signals can be derived from...
This is a derivation of the On Balance Volume Indicator.
The idea behind it is that volume consists of two parts. The driving theory is the basic law of supply and demand.
Part 1: Volume consists of shares traded at an equilibrium price. An equal number of buyers and sellers are present during this volume. This area is displayed as the upper and lower shadows...
This indicator improves upon the normal OBV indicator by including Moving Averages of OBV. Additionally clouds have been created between the MAs if desired as well as a selection of MAs and the choice of MA lengths for personal preference. Lastly it can also plot the lowest and highest values of OBV for x bars back so one can clearly see the movement of volume...
Cumulative Force Indicator. Can also be seen as an OBV indicator that takes the price differences into account. In a regular OBV, a high volume bar can make a huge difference, even if the price went up only 0.01, and it it goes down 0.01 instead, that volume makes the OBV go down big time, even though in both cases hardly anything really happened. cForce is a...
Based on the description in Murphy, Tech. Analysis of Financial Markets. Wikipeadia also has a good description:
Without warranty - please trade based on your own analysis and let me know if you find any errors in the script.
The Advance-Decline Indicator is a market breadth indicator
based on the smoothed difference between advancing and declining issues.
The indicator shows when the stock market is overbought (and a correction
is due) and when it is oversold (and a rally is due).
The Advance-Decline Indicator is a 10-period exponential moving average of
The McClellan Oscillator is a breadth indicator derived from Net Advances, the number of advancing issues less the number of declining issues. The McClellan Oscillator is similar to a MACD for the Advance/Decline Line for the NYSE. Signals can be generated with breadth thrusts, centerline crossovers, overall levels and divergences.
This is the second part of TFS trading strategy. The concept of this
indicator is similar to that of On-Balance Volume indicator (OBV). It
is calculated according to these rules:
If Close > Open, Volume is positive
If Close < Open, Volume is negative
If Close = Open, Volume is neutral
Then you take the 7-day MA of the results.
OBV is colored green if CCI > threshold, red if CCI < threshold.
Both "threshold" and "CCI Length" can be customized using the options page.
Indicator also displays a 13EMA (length can be changed) over OBV.