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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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TTF - The Trend Trigger Factor Indicator
by clonex, uploaded several months ago

The Trend Trigger Factor Indicator is similar to the RSI Indicator. This indicator was originally used to trade and and analyze price movements in the stock exchange and commodities market.The TTF is used as a trend identification indicator. It uses an n number of price periods to calculate the direction...
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Support & Resistance Breakout Indicator
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

Here is how this technical analysis indicator works:
- Calculates support and resistance for each trading bar (support and resistance are calculated based on the period you provide and using the "AutoSR" function of QuantShare)
- Detects whether a security breaks its support or resistance
- Returns the percentage of increase (one bar)...

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Coppock - VLT Momentum Indicator
by Mark Peterson, uploaded one month ago

A.K.A. Very Long Term (VLT) Momentum indicator (using monthly timeframes)

Named for Edwin Sedgewick Coppock - this indicator was developed as a way to find the upturns from major stock market bottoms.

He based his settings on how long it takes a person to grieve, and to get over the...

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Chandelier Exits
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Alexander Elder's Chandelier Exits trend-following system was first introduced in his book 'Come Into My Trading Room' in 2002. The system intends to provide better stop loss mechanisms by generating exit signals in a trending market. It includes two indicators, one used for up-trends and the other for down-trends.

Indeed, one...

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TFS Volume Oscillator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The TFS volume oscillator is the second component of Bryan Strain's Trending Following System. This indicator is used, together with the TFS Tether line and the TFS MBO, to generate buy signals.

TFS VO uses the open, close and volume time-series, as well as a time frame. Generally, a period of...

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DeMark Range Expansion Index
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

Tom Demark, in his book 'Day Trading Options', has developed a market-timing indicator (oscillator), called TD Range Expansion Index (REI), which identifies areas that are risky for buying and selling. A weakness in the security or market price could occur if the value of the TD Range Expansion Index is...
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