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Number of bars up to the end of the month
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Here is another date function named 'BarsToMonthEnd'. It returns the number of trading bars from the current bar up to the last trading bar of the actual month in the calendar. For example, for 30th December 2009, BarsToMonthEnd could return 1, and for 1st December 2009, it could return 22.
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Number of bars since the beginning of the month
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Correspondence between bars of trading days and their actual dates is sometimes needed in trading. In fact, trading days do not include neither weekends nor some holidays. Besides, the trading period does not correspond to a particular interval of the calendar; it starts and ends dependently on the trader's...
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Number of successive increases in the volume
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

The 'BarsUpVolume' function calculates the number of successive increases in the volume (bars).

For example, if the bar n: 100, has a value of 2, this means that the volume were increasing for the last 2 bars. Volume of yesterday is higher than the Volume of the day before yesterday, and...

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Volume * Price Momentum Oscillator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Volume * Price Momentum oscillator is an indicator used to determine the trend tendency using both price and volume. In fact, it acts upon the principle that the trend tendency, which is characterized here by the price variation, is stronger when the exchanged volume is higher. The indicator is based...
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Center Of Gravity - COG
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Center of Gravity function originated from a John Ehler's article published in May 2002 in the Stock and Commodities magazine. It was derivated from the Finite Impulse Response Filter formula, which constituted one of Ehler's researches undoubtedly inspired from digital signal processing.

The main goal for COG is not to...

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Support and resistance lines based on N-Minutes high/low of a trading session
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

Based on the first N-minutes of a trading session, this technical indicator creates a support and resistance lines for each trading session.
The first line corresponds to the high of the first N-Minutes and it is plotted for the rest of the day. The second line corresponds to the resistance and...

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PercentRank HLC Function
by clonex, uploaded several months ago

PERCENTRANK of High, Low and Close values translated from Amibroker.

Amibroker Code:
function PercentRankHLC(Data1, Data2, Data3, Periods)
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