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.
Arps Moving Average Pullback Charting and Scanning Set
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
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.
The Hull Moving Average solves the age old dilemma of making a moving average more responsive to current price activity whilst maintaining curve smoothness. In fact the HMA almost eliminates lag altogether and manages to improve smoothing at the same time.
Volatility-based adaptive moving average based on concepts described by Perry Kaufman.This study is based on concepts described by Perry Kaufman in his book, “Smarter Trading”. It has 4 inputs:
PRICE(CLOSE), LENGTH(10), FASTEMA(2), and SLOWEMA(30).
A versatile volume analysis indicator which eliminates distortion from extreme volume spikes and identifies different degrees of volume intensity by displaying standard deviations of an average volume. Includes color-coded volume divergence analysis as well. Please click here for PDF documentation on this tool.