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Wilder Volatility Index - Average True Range
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Welles Wilder Jr introduced in his book 'New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems' several trading indicators including the Relative Strength Index (RSI), parabolic stops and the Average Directional Index (ADX).
He also introduced an indicator, based on the True Range (TR), which estimates the volatility of an asset or market volatility....

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Predict financial and stock markets with textual analysis
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Textual analysis in financial markets consists of analyzing text data (news, tweets...) in order to determine the general sentiment of the market and predict its direction. The easiest technique to detect the sentiment of a news release or a tweet is by counting the number of positive words and subtracting...
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TD Sequential Indicator
by Vangelis M., uploaded several months ago

This function implements Thomas DeMark's TD Sequential Indicator. There are many different versions of this indicator with different rules and many nuances. Not all are implemented here. For more detail you should add to the code.

This function accepts two arguments, a number and a string.

TDSequential(0,"") - Returns the count...

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Thicken Candlesticks
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This function allows you to thicken candlestick bars based on a specific rule.

Let us say for example, you want to thicken candlesticks when the price is above the 30-bar moving average. For this, you just have to type the following line in your chart formula:
a = Thicken(close > sma(30),...

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Awesome Oscillator Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Awesome Oscillator is an indicator that measures the momentum of the market. It consists of calculating the midpoint (high minus low divided by two) and creating two moving averages based on this series. The first moving average uses a 534-bar period and it is subtracted to the second one,...
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Williams AD - Accumulation Distribution Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The Williams' Accumulation/Distribution or Williams AD is a technical analysis indicator developed by Larry Richard Williams, who also developed several other trading indicators including the famous Williams %R and the Ultimate Oscillator.

The Williams' Accumulation/Distribution trading indicator was implemented in order to define whether a market is controlled by buyers (known...

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Highest and Lowest value over a dynamic period
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "HhvLlv" function returns the highest or the lowest value of a time series over a preceding period. Unlike the built-in "hhv" and "llv" functions, this function accepts dynamic lookback periods. This means that you can get, for example, the highest high of a stock over a non-constant period.

Here...

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