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
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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.
The Arps TrenderTM PaintBar study paints price bars blue when price is above the TrenderTM and red when price is below the TrenderTM. There are many methods for utilizing the Arps TrenderTM to generate trade entries and exits. For example, you could set the Trender PaintBar to a very sensitive value while setting the Arps TrenderTM Indicator to display a line of a less sensitive value and take a trade only when the PaintBar color is consistent with the TrenderTM color.
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 tool works on volume and tick based charts to show how rapidly traders are engaging in the market. This speedometer includes a ‘limiter’ which works like a compressor to help smooth out the average speed when extreme spikes occur which would otherwise skew the indicator. Please click here for more information on this tool.