The Choppiness Index was created by E.W. Dreiss out of chaos theory, and attempts to gauge the current market's trendiness.
I've seen a few versions of this floating around, but this was built off the true version as described in the original 1993 release, you can read more about it here: www.edwards-magee.com
!!! If you want to use this tool for free you have to to following steps:
1) say thanks to LEGION who coded the first version.
2) say thanks to LAZYBEAR cause we ripped some code snippets from him.
3) say thanks to Ni6HTH4wK who coded the latest version.
4) say thanks to xSilas who gave the idea.
5) I know i said its a FREE Tool and you dont...
DepthHouse Volume Extension uses average calculations to determine the dynamic range which the volume travels through. Any spike above the line represents an over extension in average volume.
The colored bars are then calculated in a similar way, which measures a combination of both price and volume action to determine bull & bear exhaustion levels, and possible...
FREE CRYPTO WAVE
Advantages: Large timeframe charts will give trend direction, wave is set to monthly trend.
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I don't trade much with trend lines, but I was bored so made this hopefully someone will make use of it or program a strategy with it or something like that. It finds the highs and lows, works out the distance in time and price, then uses that to calculate the angle of the trend which can be used to pain the trend line. If you have any questions on how to...
This is a combination of 2 of the most used indicators. RSI and stochastic/RSI
Ive coded them both to work together to save space on your chart and work as only ONE indicator.
I specifically only use the D line with my rsi , but you have the option to use the K and D line if you so choose.
RSI is good for momentum
Stochastic is good for short term momentum....
This shows a green indicator on this study (17Jun & 15Aug on TRN) when a bullish candle opens and closes above the prior day's bearish candle, ignoring gap ups. This will only show in the DAILY chart, not intraday.
When doing i.e the 3 minute timeframe turn on the closest timeframe available for you or the candles and wicks will be fucked up.
So if you're doing the 5 hour timeframe candles turn on the 4hr chart on your main chart.
To View the candles in full screen double click the windows with the candlesticks
If you don't have TradingView premium and want to look at...