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HV - Historical Volatility
by Mark Peterson, uploaded one week ago

This has been suggested and provided on the Quantshare forum but not uploaded as an indicator/ function (that I can find) Credit: Allan Nathan.

Default is for month (21) and annualized value.

Historical Volatility reflects the past price movements of the underlying. Historical volatility is also referred to as the asset's actual...

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Coppock - VLT Momentum Indicator
by Mark Peterson, uploaded one week 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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Annual Return of a Security
by bug man, uploaded one week ago

The Annual Return function calculates the trailing annual return of a security. This means that for each bar, the function returns the annual return based on its previous data.
The calculation starts after the first 50 bars. This is because for first bars, annual return time-series would be very volatile.

To...

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Set Global Variable
by QuantShare, uploaded one month ago

This function allows you to store a variable value globally so that it can be referenced later by any QuantShare tool.

Since variables between a trading system and money management script cannot be shared (The former uses QS language and the latter uses CSharp/C#), you can for example store a trading...

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Indicator Switch
by swalk10, uploaded one month ago

Switch- indicators by using C# switchcase function
set in form of 1 = buy, 0 = sell or not buy

Can be customized to incorporate and # of indicators or sub-systems, and then called by a strategy & optimized.
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Translation into Binary Buy/Sell
by swalk10, uploaded one month ago

Demonstrates basic function of translating into binary buy/sell
parameter 1 - Threshold for buy signal
parameter 2 - # of Days lookback

Michael + Scott Walker ...

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RandomValsMT
by Dave Walton, uploaded one month ago

This is a replacement for the RandomValues() function.

This function uses the MersenneTwister random number generator in lieu of the .NET system pseudo random number generator to generate random numbers that change every bar. There are many well documented problems with the native .NET implementation but the biggests is too many...

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Next Split Ex-Date In Days
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

The "LastSplitInDays" function returns the number of days that remains for the next split ex-date for the analyzed stock.
It uses data downloaded using the following item: 1498

The function returns:
A positive value: If the next stock split is in the future. In that case it returns the number of days to...

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TSI indicator by Frank Hassler
by Piotr, uploaded several months ago

Trend Strength Indicator by Frank Hassler ot engineering-returns.com

I found the TrendStrengthIndicatior trading object on this site. However, I compared it to the results produced by original AmiBroker code published by Frank Hassler and found, that results are quite different. So I rewritten the AmiBroker code to C#. This one generates...

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StocRSI
by Steven Sommer, uploaded several months ago

The StocRSI indicator is a hybrid indicator that employs a 21 day fast stochastic indicator , 14 day RSI, adds half the value of each and takes a 13 day EMA of the summed value to arrive at the final calculation. It was developed and employed by Don Beasley who...
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