This is the MACD of a stochastic OBV movement indicator, Squeeze Momentum Indicator, and addition coloring for Market Direction Indicator . It is good (right) to work with both price and volume.
In this version we've moved the divergence highlighting to symbols at the ends of the histograms. Same coloring scheme as previous, yellow is divergence of either OBV or...
This trend following indicator is made up of 3 parts.
A normalized (OBV) On Balance Volume (the gray line) which ranges between -100 and 100 and has a 55 period SMA overlayed (the orange line) to give an indication of the overall trend as far as volume goes.
- If the volume decreases without a drop in price, it might indicate a move down.
- If volume increases...
This study calculates the On-Balance Volume (OBV) and displays it in terms of its Z-Score.
OBV is a great momentum indicator . As the name suggests, OBV predicts changes in price based on the security's volume flow.
if (Current Price > Previous Price)
then Current OBV = Previous OBV + Current Volume
if (Current Price < Previous Price)
OBV takes difference between old close and new close and multiplies by volume without considering high and low.
This assigns the entire volume into a single direction even tho movement could've been in both.
Accum/dist takes difference between close and high and low without considering previous close or open. This causes huge deviation from OBV when you have...
This is a straightforward modification of LazyBear's CCI-coded OBV indicator with the following changes:
1) uses log-hl2 as source, which seems to be a more stable indicator of price change than close
2) adds optional price smoothing
First, look at the chart, then read.
Use OBV/Price to see a price adjusted by 'On Balance Volume' - (OBV), a momentum indicator that measures positive and negative volume flow, was developed by Joseph Granville and introduced in 1963.
The indicator, together with trend lines, provides good entry/ exit points.
In the chart note the exit point before the...
mod of lazy bear's OBV coded CCI , which indicates CCI state by changing the color of the OBV. now it shows you when CCI is overbought or oversold, not just one or the other
when CCI > 100, that's an oversold signal and OBV line turns green
when CCO -0.54% < -100, that's an undersold signal and OBV line turns red
CCI threshold can be changed (ex. 200...
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...
The well known Chaikin Money Flow Indicator as oscillator version.
The indicator runs both above and below zero, made to denote whether an asset is in a bullish (above zero) or bearish (below zero) trend.
It can be used to confirm trends, as well as spot possible trading signals due to divergences.
A benefit of the oscillator version is that it...
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...
SHIT35 is an index of 35 Binance alt/BTC pairs. It provides traders with a more reliable read of BTC pairs price movement than the often uncorrelated USD market cap standard.
Because it must read data coming from 35 markets, SHIT35 is painfully slow and should be kept hidden most of the time. Its features will hopefully seduce traders in using it nonetheless for...
Updated for TV-Pine V4
This is the MACD of a stochastic OBV movement indicator and now the MACD of the Squeeze Momentum Indicator. It is good (right) to work with both price and volume...it is also good to utilize the most popular indicator ever in TV (Lazybear).
I've included highlighting based on price divergence, yellow is divergence of either OBV or SQZ, red...
OBV plotted with Bollinger Bands to show whether the volume is breaking out from its normal deviation (both up or down). The OBV changes color depending on the macro trend which is set using a 100 EMA.