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AggZ Indicator
by clonex, uploaded several months ago

Here is a super simple indicator with dozens of applications. Similar to AggM, the AggZ is a composite trend and mean-reversion indicator rolled into one. The concept of both is to anchor a long term trending measure to a short-term mean-reverting measure so that you can have an indicator that...
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Williams' VIX Fix - WVF
by Vangelis M., uploaded several months ago

The Williams' VIX Fix (WVF) is an indicator meant to roughly approximate the VIX. It can be useful in situations where there is no implied volatility index for the instrument we want to trade. The WVF is simply a measure of the distance between today's close and the 22-day highest...
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Ehler's Supersmooter Filter
by Ivan, uploaded several months ago

Ehler's supersmooter filter - another moving average - but very good.

Example: plot (SupSmoot(50), "Ehler's SuperSmooter",colorpink);...

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Large Block Ratio Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The Large Block Ratio is a market sentiment indicator that shows the relationship between large block trades (or trades of more than 10,000 shares) and the total traded volume on the New York Stock Exchange.

This indicator will tell you how active the large institutional traders in the market.

Because the ratio...

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Random Walk Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The random walk index in a trading indicator described by E. Michael Poulos in the technical analysis of stocks & commodities magazine.
The author defines the random walk index as the ratio of the real security move to the expected random walk. A ratio higher than one indicates that the security's...

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System Quality Number Indicator
by Marcus Schöppl, uploaded several months ago

Dr. Van Tharp developed this Formula for Trading Systems. Later he found out that the SQN Indicator is a very powerful to measure the trendiness.

He applied the SQN formula to the daily percent price change of a stock or an index, it proved to be an excellent measure of the...

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Trendiness Measure
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

This indicator measures the tendency of a security to trend. It does so by calculating a moving average then counting the number of times that moving average crosses the close price in the previous N-bars. The fewer crossovers the more evidence that the stock or security is trending. A high...
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