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Last Gap Up/Gap Down Price Size
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

Using the "GapUp" and "GapDown" functions, it is easy to spot up and down gaps and tells on which bars these gaps have occurred. It is also very interesting to know the size of the gap.

First and for those who don't know what a Gap is; it is the price...

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Rate of Change Volume
by srishail, uploaded several months ago

Formula Name:VROC
Formula Full Name:Rate of Change (Volume)
Formula Description:
Rate of Change Volume (ROCV) is an oscillator applied to volume rather than price and is calculated in the same manner as the Rate of Change (Price) indicator.
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VWAP - Volume-Weighted Average Price
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The VWAP or volume-weighted average price measures the average traded price of a stock over a trading period. It is the ratio of the asset price to total volume traded over a particular period.
This VWAP indicator should be applied to intraday data. It sums the product of the price and...

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Simple Moving Median Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The SMM trading indicator is very similar to the SMA (Simple Moving Average) function, except that instead of returning the average (or mean) price it returns the median price.

A median is conceptually similar to a average except that an average is affected by outliers while a median is not. It...

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Historical High-Low Volatility: Parkinson
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

A common and well-known way to estimate historical volatility of a financial instrument is by calculating the standard deviation of each period in the sample. Although the standard deviation is a popular measure of the volatility of an instrument, it is not the sole one. Several different calculation methods exist...
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Price Display Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The price display indicator shows the price level of the selected bar or the last bar if no bar is selected.
This indicator displays also the one-bar return of the active security. The price and return are displayed in green when the price increases and in red when the price decreases.

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Hull Moving Average - HMA
by Mark Peterson, uploaded several months ago

The Hull Moving Average (HMA/HullMovingAvg) is a Moving Average/Study created by Allan Hull and described in his book Active Investing.

When adding the indicator to a chart, buy and sell signals are generated (represented by line color changes and buy/sell arrows) base upon a change in line slope (Positive Slope...

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