This is a spreadsheet analysis companion tool based on the Arps Normalized Pitch (Radar 4) indicator. This spreadsheet analysis tool breaks down and displays the normalized slope of each of the averages as well as the resulting MACD of the two moving averages. It goes on to calculate the slope of the MACD as well. Includes gradient color plots as well as signal color highlights when significant changes occur in the underlying data. Please click here for more information about this indicator.
This indicator is a very versatile and informative tool which identifies the strength of the trend as measured by the combined slope of two moving averages. Its color-coded output includes overbought,oversold, underbought,undersold, as well as trend strengthening and weakening indications. Please click here for more information on this tool.
Custom Time/Price projection tool for Cody Richardson. Uses Average time and price per swing as calculated by the Arps UST to project lines or rectangles into the future. Projections can be based from either the confirmation bar or the pivot bar.
This toolset includes both the charting and scanning versions of the Arps Accumulation/Distribution signal. The charting tool is a signal-dot which identifies price and candlestick patterns that typify institutional accumulation and distribution of inventory. The Scanning tool is designed for scanners and spreadsheet analysis to identify these signals from a user defined universe of symbols. Please click here for PDF documentation with more detail on these tools.
This is a ‘signal-dot’ which identifies price and candle patterns that typically represent institutional accumulation and distribution of inventory. Please click here for PDF documentation with more detail on these tools.
This charting indicator calculates a synthetic Volume Weighted Average Price from a user-defined number of lookback bars or a user-defined start time. It then draws standard deviation bands around the synthetic VWAP creating channel analysis. Please click here for PDF documentation about this tool.
The Arps Accumulation/Distribution signal dot identifies bars on your chart which display patterns that are commonly identified with institutional accumulation or distribution activity. This is especially helpful when these signals occur at areas of support and resistance on the chart.
Designed to help identify qualified pullbacks to a set of moving averages. Includes a signal-dot indicator for charting applications and a scanning indicator for spreadsheet analysis (TS RadarScreen, eSignal Watchlist, MultiCharts Scanner) and for scanning operations. Spreadsheet analysis includes how many bars since the qualified pullback ( zero is the most recent completed bar), percent change since the signal, and indications whether the pullback was to a fast or slow moving average.
The TTB AUTODIV 2.2 tool is designed as a companion piece to the TT4 AUTODIV 2.2 charting tool. It integrates the powerful indications of price/oscillator divergence analysis into the scanning process, providing an indication of recent pivot and trend divergence occurrences on your list of stocks, futures, indexes, or currencies . It is very robust in that it not only works on any time-frame or trading instrument, but you can use it with any oscillator, public or proprietary, that you have in your library.
Designed specifically for traders who follow a large list of stocks, futures, or forex symbols, the Arps Scan Sentry™ Toolkit combines some of Jan Arps’ best proprietary technical analysis indicators with powerful spreadsheet analysis to help identify relative trend strength, trend exhaustion, and high probability trade set-ups.