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Choppiness Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Choppiness index is an indicator used to measure the degree in trendiness and in choppiness in a market.

It uses a 0-100 scale and includes an upper and a lower bands respectively corresponding to Fibonacci 61.80 and 38.20 numbers. While CI values below 31.80 mean a trending market, those above 61.80...

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Buy Sell Simulation Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The Buy Sell Simulation Indicator is a technical analysis tool that allows you to transform any buy and sell rules into a measure of the performance of a trading strategy that buys a stock given the buy rules you have specified and sells it given your sell rules.

The buy sell...

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TSI - True Strength Index
by saratur, uploaded several months ago

The True Strength Index (TSI) is a momentum indicator developed by William
Blau, published in "Momentum, Direction and Divergence" (Wiley 1995). It is designed to determine both the trend and overbought-oversold conditions. The TSI is applicable to intraday time frames as well as longer-term horizons.

The TSI uses a one...

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Percentile - Percent Rank of a Trading Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The Percentile or Percent Rank function calculates the percentage of observations or values, within a lookback period, that are below the current value of a given function. It is the percentage of values in the provided time series frequency distribution that are lower than the value of any given bar.

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Buy Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The buy indicator tells you whether to buy the current security or not based on an indicator previous performance.

For each bar, this indicator will calculate the performance of another indicator for the past bars. It will simulate a buy and sell after n-bars when the provided indicator gives a signal.

Example:...

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KST indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The KST indicator or the Know Sure Thing indicator is a technical analysis tool developed in the early 1990's by Martin Pring. It weights several smoothed rate of change time-series with different periods.

The KST indicator was developed in order to signal and to detect market trends while removing shorter-term movements.
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Covariance
by Stefan Kroscen, uploaded several months ago

Calculates the covariance of two numeric arrays. Similar to the covariance function in excel. The following description is taken from ehow:

Covariance is a measurement of how related the variances between two variables are. If the two variables both tend to increase together, it is a positive covariance,...

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