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System Quality Number (SQN)
by Dave W., uploaded several months ago

Dr. Van Tharp's System Quality Number (SQN) metric.

SQN measures the relationship between the mean (expectancy) and the standard deviation of the R-multiple distribution generated by a trading system. It also makes an adjustment for the number of trades involved. Dr. Tharp has determined that the better the SQN, the easier...

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Average Output Per Year
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

I have just uploaded a rules analyzer metric script, which can be found here: 284. This script produces several metrics, one for each trading year.
The current script creates only one metric, which is the average 'output per bar' for all years. The metric is not the same as the default...

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Per Trade SQN100
by Dave Walton, uploaded several months ago

Calculates the SQN100 (see work of Dr. Van Tharp) as if the per position "Output" is the trade result. This is different from the other rules analyszer metric named SQN in that the sample standard deviation calculation is used vs. the built-in Standard deviation. The result of...
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Number of Stocks Making a new 52-Week Low - Market Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The 52-week low indicator calculates the total number of stocks making new 52-week lows (Stocks at their lowest level in one-year period) per day. The market indicator that measures the number of stocks making 52-week highs is available here: 939.

The 52-week high and 52-week low indicators can be used together...

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Stop Mgmt v 1.1
by SystemTra.de, uploaded several months ago

This script has the following main functions:

a) use of exact levels in stop setting

b) automatically adjust stop loss to the low/high of the previous x periods ...

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Ascending, Descending and Symmetrical Triangle Chart Patterns
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

A triangle is a chart pattern formed when two trendlines are converging. When the resistance line is increasing and the support line is horizontal, we call this chart pattern an ascending triangle. When the support line is decreasing and the resistance line is horizontal, we call it a descending triangle....
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Falling Wedge and Rising Wedge Patterns
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The wedge pattern is a technical analysis pattern that can be found in the price charts of a financial asset (Stocks, futures, ETFs and bonds).

There are two types of wedge pattern: Rising wedge and Falling wedge. The former is a bearish pattern that is characterized by a contracting range and...

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