This indicator compares four different values :
-Fast Simple Moving Average(SMA)
-Fast Volume Weighted Moving Average(VWMA)
Comparing SMA's and VWMA's of the same length is a common trading tactic. Since volume is not taken into consideration when calculating Simple Moving Averages, we can gain valuable insights from the difference...
Here is an open source (no request needed!) version of the Self-Adjusting RSI by David Sepiashvili.
Published in Stocks & Commodities V. 24:2 (February, 2006): The Self-Adjusting RSI
David Sepiashvili's article, "The Self-Adjusting RSI," presents a technique to adjust the traditional RSI overbought and oversold thresholds so as to ensure that 70-80% of RSI...
This is a simple tool that gives traders a simple visual representation of Volume-Weighted Moving Average ( VWMA ) crossovers that is pretty similar to the MACD . We don't typically trade solely based on the VWMA , but it is definitely one of our go-to tools when combining multiple indicators.
When trading with VWMA's, it is common to enter a position when the...
// saxonlucius 07/08/2019
// EMA/SMA Major Support/Resistance levels
The script contains major support/resistance EMA's and SMA's.
Possibly useful to users that do not have a paid subscription. (multiple indicators in one script)
Exponential and simple moving average options with an option for a time frame other than current chart time frame combined with multiples of the average true range plotted as a chart overlay.
The moving averages used by trade analyst and YouTube star Alession Rastani. By using this script you get access to the following moving averages: 21, 55, 100 Exponential Moving Averages, and the 100 and—for good measure—the 200 Simple Moving Average.
Source: Here's Exactly WHEN I am Buying Bitcoin. Alessio Rastani. Published on 8 Jun 2019.
This strategy is based on my script "AVERAGE MULTI_SMA"
The strategy is based on the created media, giving BUY signal when the price closes above the average and the average is rising. For the SELL signal the price closes below the average with the average falling.
For those who are interested in how the "AVERAGE MULTI_SMA" script works, I ask you to analyze...