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Cultler RSI Indicator
by Tom Huggens, uploaded one month ago

Cutlers' RSI is a variation of the original relative strength index developed by Welles Wilder.
This variation uses a simple moving average instead of an exponential average (in the original formula).

As with the classic RSI, the Cutler RSI is a momentum oscillator that is mainly used to indentify overbought and oversold...

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Minimum Number of Days Between Two Events
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "MinDaysEvents" calculates the number of minimum days between two events/data entries in a custom database.

Example:
Say you have a custom database that stores fundamental data. The field "EPS" stores the earnings per share field.
If for any reason you want to know the minimum number of days between two EPS entries...

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System Quality Number Indicator
by Marcus Schöppl, uploaded several months ago

Dr. Van Tharp developed this Formula for Trading Systems. Later he found out that the SQN Indicator is a very powerful to measure the trendiness.

He applied the SQN formula to the daily percent price change of a stock or an index, it proved to be an excellent measure of the...

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Trendiness Measure
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

This indicator measures the tendency of a security to trend. It does so by calculating a moving average then counting the number of times that moving average crosses the close price in the previous N-bars. The fewer crossovers the more evidence that the stock or security is trending. A high...
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New Darvas Box - Darly Guppy
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The Darvas Box upper and lower boundaries will then form if this high is not touched or penetrated for the next 3 consecutive trading days followed by a retracement low that's not touched or penetrated for a further 3 days in a row, as shown in the picture above. Darvas...
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Upside-Downside and Custom Standard Deviation
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This function can be used to calculate Upside/Downside standard deviation or any other custom standard deviation.

As an example, let us say you want to calculate standard deviation of returns but just returns that occurred while a particular stock was trading below its long-term or 250-bar moving average. That particular standard...

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Choppiness Index
by pilow, uploaded several months ago

The Choppiness Index is an oscillator designed to determine if the market is choppy (trading sideways) or not choppy (trading within a trend in either direction). The Choppiness Index is not directionnal. Higher values equal more choppiness, while lower values indicate directional trending.

- the Choppiness Index measures the linearity...

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Hull Moving Average - HMA
by Mark Peterson, uploaded several months ago

The Hull Moving Average (HMA/HullMovingAvg) is a Moving Average/Study created by Allan Hull and described in his book Active Investing.

When adding the indicator to a chart, buy and sell signals are generated (represented by line color changes and buy/sell arrows) base upon a change in line slope (Positive Slope...

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Next Earnings Release In Days
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

The "LastEarningsInDays" function returns, for the analyzed stock, the number of days that remains before the next release date.

This function is capable of returning the number of days starting from the last stock's date or starting from today.

Examples: ...

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Congestion Index
by luftbus320, uploaded several months ago

This is an Implementation of the Congestion Index Indicator presented in the book "Intermarket Trading Strategies" by Markos Katsanos.

It can be used to identify trading ranges and the direction and normalized strength of an trend. Values above 30 indicate an uptrend and values below -30 can be considered as downtrend.
Markos...

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