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Buy Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The buy indicator tells you whether to buy the current security or not based on an indicator previous performance.

For each bar, this indicator will calculate the performance of another indicator for the past bars. It will simulate a buy and sell after n-bars when the provided indicator gives a signal.

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Swing Trading Indicator (STI)
by SystemTrade, uploaded several months ago

The Swing Trading Indicator (STI) is designed to calculate the last swing point that occurred on or before each bar.

A swingpoint is defined as a local high or low for a certain minimum number of bars. You can define this minimum number through parameter, standard is set to 5 bars.

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Covariance
by Stefan Kroscen, uploaded several months ago

Calculates the covariance of two numeric arrays. Similar to the covariance function in excel. The following description is taken from ehow:

Covariance is a measurement of how related the variances between two variables are. If the two variables both tend to increase together, it is a positive covariance,...

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Swing Point Function (SP)
by SystemTrade, uploaded several months ago

If - while swing-trading - you want to buy e.g. when a higher swing high occurs after a higher swing low then you could set up your trading system as follows:
buy = sp(10, -1) > 0 && sp(10, 0) > sp(10, 2) && sp(10,1) > sp(10,3);

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Estimation of the Hurst Exponent - Trading Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Based on the Chaos Theory, the Fractal Market Hypothesis is an alternative to the Efficient Market Hypothesis. It assumes that each trader may interpret trading information in different ways and at different times (The Efficient Market Hypothesis assumes that all information is reflected in prices), that investors are not rational...
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Analyst Rating
by Stefan Kroscen, uploaded several months ago

This function utilizes the historical analyst buy/sell recommendations, downloadable from yahoo by 641, to provide the current numeric rating for a stock. Ratings provided by various firms to a standard numeric score between 5 and 1, where 5 is a strong buy and 1 is a strong sell. ...
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Support & Resistance Breakout Indicator
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

Here is how this technical analysis indicator works:
- Calculates support and resistance for each trading bar (support and resistance are calculated based on the period you provide and using the "AutoSR" function of QuantShare)
- Detects whether a security breaks its support or resistance
- Returns the percentage of increase (one bar)...

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