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OBV Oscillator in %
This indicator computes the regular OBV using the standard formula and then creates an oscillator out of it.
Differences with other OBV oscillators:
- Computed value is relative to 100; it’s a percentage (no more huge numbers on the right scale),
- Adds a reference line at 0,
- Oscillators are computed by comparing the current situation (short...
I decided to make this formerly invite only script public (you can find the invite only version here
If you are part of the invite only you don't need to change scripts. I will push improvements first on the invite only script but in time it will come to this version as well.
I would love to know your ideas...
The indicator is in the top left of the screen! That's all there is, by design.
This is a super simple indicator that allows you to see what the real price of a candle was when using Heikin Ashi charts, while not cluttering up your screen.
HA charts are a great way to help those who can be spooked by the chaos of the markets (I'm one!), but they have a big...
This is a simple yet powerful indicator that can replace volume, Money Flow, Chaikin Money Flow, Price Volume Trend (PVT), Accumulation/Distribution Line (ADL), On Balance Volume (OBV).
When "Baseline Chart" option is disabled, it looks similar to regular volume. The volume bars has two shades of green and red. The dark shade shows amount of accumulation and the...
Este es uno de los indicadores del genial Blai5, modificado y adaptado para TradingView.
De forma muy resumida, este indicador muestra la velocidad con la que cambia el volumen de negociación de la mano fuerte y la mano débil.
En palabras del autor, " el objetivo de todo este esfuerzo era conseguir, con un golpe de vista y en un sólo gráfico, "CONCORDAR" el...
This script shows the Advance Decline Line of the NYSE (dark blue)in comparison to the SPX (light blue). There is also a difference line of the two series (red).
Both are indexed to current values to allow a better overview. Series can be smoothed via the length of the Moving Average.
I consider it more of a work in progress. I work on a more inuitive kind of presentation.
The McClellan Oscillator is a market breadth indicator developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan.
It is calculated from Net Advances, which is the number of advancing issues minus the number of declining issues. Subtracting the 39-day exponential moving average of Net Advances from the 19-day exponential moving average of Net Advances forms the oscillator.