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Sharpe Ratio of Two Assets
by QuantShare, uploaded few days ago

To Sharpe ratio was created by William Sharpe in 1966. It is a very popular measures used to calculate the risk/return of an investment.

You can calculate the Sharpe ratio of any security in QuantShare using the "Sharpe" function. However, calculating the Sharpe ratio of a portfolio consisting of two assets...

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Ehler Cyber Cycle
by Praveen Baratam, uploaded few weeks ago

The Cyber Cycle function originated from John Ehler's book "Cybernetic Analysis for Stocks and Futures". It is basically a high pass filter....
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Drawdown and Rate of Return On Your Chart
by The trader, uploaded few weeks ago

The following indicator doesn't create a time-series but instead displays some statistics on your chart.

The data will be displayed on the left-bottom corner and will contain the following values:

Drawdown: Maximum drawdown corresponding to the selected bar
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Economic Surprise Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

The following indicator calculates the percentage change between the actual and forecasted economic event.

As an example, let us say you want to calculate the percentage change of the actual vs estimate numbers for the USD consumer Credit and then see its impact on the underlying currency pair.
You can do so...

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BarsSince with Support for Nth Prior or Future Occurrence
by Kyra Packens, uploaded few weeks ago

This is a small but IMHO helpful modification to the built in BarsSince indicator. The enhancement is the addition of a parameter, N, which allows you to choose which prior occurrence of a nonzero value in the Series that you are interested in. You may also provide a...
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Profile Count Per Month
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

This function is an example that shows you how to use the "plotprofile" function of QuantShare.

Each month, it splits the stock's high/low range into ten buckets then counts the number of times the analyzed stock has closed within that bucket. The higher the bucket value, the more the stock closed...

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Gann Trend Indicator
by MikeMM, uploaded few weeks ago

The Gann trend indicator tries to address the need for investors and traders to define mechanically the trend of a financial instrument.

The Gann trend indicator is implemented by tracking trend changes as defined by two up or two down closes. The indicator returns 1 when it detects an uptrend and...

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Large Block Ratio Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

The Large Block Ratio is a market sentiment indicator that shows the relationship between large block trades (or trades of more than 10,000 shares) and the total traded volume on the New York Stock Exchange.

This indicator will tell you how active the large institutional traders in the market.

Because the ratio...

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Zero-Lag Exponential Moving Average
by Tom Huggens, uploaded few weeks ago

The ZLEMA indicator or zero lag exponential moving average is a technical analysis indicator originally created by Ric Way and John Ehlers.

The goal of the indicator is to try to eliminate the inherent lag of all trend following indicators which average prices over time such as the simple or exponential...

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Watchlists on Your Chart
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

Say you have several watchlists and you would like to display on your chart the different watchlists that contain the currently shown security.

The current function allows you to do so. All you need is to add the function formula and specify the different watchlists you want to track.

Here is...

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