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Z-Score (Standard Score)
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

If you want to compare a certain value of a time-series for a particular security to the value of other securities for the same date, then you should use the z-score. You will need to standardize data in order to use the z-score or the standard score.

The standard score, which...

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Swiss Army Knife Indicator - SWAK
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Swiss Army Knife Indicator - SWAK
Example:
swak((high + low) / 2, "BS", 14, 0.01);...

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Mahesh Moving Average
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Mahesh Moving Average, MMA, is a technical analysis indicator that unlike the other types of moving averages (Example: Simple moving average and Weighted moving average) uses the historical price and volume data in its calculation. Traditional moving averages calculate a bar's value using the close, volume and other time-series data...
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Supertrend Indicator
by Juliettpapa, uploaded several months ago

The supertrend indicator as known from different publications.

Variables: Period and Factor...

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Sentiment Measure Using ETF Sector Correlations
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

By measuring and averaging intercorrelation between different assets, you can create a market sentiment indicator and add it in your trading arsenal.

The sentiment indicator you are about to download calculates the average intercorrelation between two or more securities. In mathematical terms, it takes a security, calculates the 10-bar correlation with...

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Adaptive Strategy Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Do you want to know how an asset performed in the past following a specific pattern or event?

Now, you can with the new trading indicator (PatternPerf) I am presenting here. It is the perfect indicator for creating adaptive strategy. Why? Because on each trading bar, this indicator tells you how...

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Chande's & Kroll's R2 Indicator
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

The R-Squared or R2 is a statistical measure that shows the percentage of movements of one time-series that can be explained by movements of another time-series. The R-squared values range from 0 to 1 or 0 to 100 if expressed in percentage. A value of 100 indicates that all movements...
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