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Put/Call Ratio for Individual Stocks
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Using put and call volume from all market participants (Customers, Firms and Market makers), this trading indicator calculates the put/call ratio of each individual U.S. Stock.

357 downloader gets U.S. options put and call volume from the Options Clearing Corporation website. You should install and execute this downloader before using the...

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Trend Strength Index
by swalk10, uploaded several months ago

Frank Hassler introduced this measurement. It was discussed on Frank's Blog Engineering Returns http://engineering-returns.com/2010/06/28/aapl-ts/, and it was highlighted and researched by David Varadi of CSS Analytics in his blog http://cssanalytics.wordpress.com/2010/06/28/trend-strength-index-tsi/, and subsequent posts.

David uses the following summary of TSI: "The TSI is an intermediate-term absolute (versus relative ) measure...

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Camarilla Pivot Points - Supports and Resistances
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Using yesterday's open, high, low and close price, the camarilla pivot points, also known as camarilla equation, creates 9 levels; one pivot level, 4 resistance levels and 4 support levels.
The camarilla equation was discovered in 1989 by Nick Stott, a bond trader. The support and resistance levels can be used...

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Fibonacci Trading with the Retracement Levels/Ratios
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The Fibonacci retracement indicator returns a value indicating whether there is a support or resistance near the current stock price. Five different retracement levels or numbers are used: 0%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8% and 100%.

When calculating the Fibonacci retracement levels, if the highest stock value occurs before the lowest value, then...

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Self-Adjusting RSI Indicator
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

The Self-Adjusting RSI indicator was developed by David Sepiashvili. It describes two techniques to adjust the oversold and overbought levels of the relative strength index indicator. It will create dynamic overbought/oversold zones that aim to improve your strategies performance by reducing false signals that may be generated when using the...
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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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Swing Point Function (SP)
by SystemTra.de, 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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