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Industry Equity
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "IndustryEquity" indicator returns the industry price series of the active stock. It does so by building the ticker symbol of the stock's industry using the "IndustryIndex" function. More info on this function can be found here: 1215.

After that, it requests industry close series and return that price series.

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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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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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Stocks at All Time Highs/Lows
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This trading indicator detects whether a stock is trading at an all-time high or low. In this case, it returns 1, otherwise it returns 0. The function can also be used to detect all-time highs/lows of other time-series, technical analysis or fundamental indicator.

Screen for stock making new all-time highs:

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Floor Traders Pivots
by Jim Harrison, uploaded several months ago


Pivot System price levels act as potential support and resistance zones throughout the day. They serve as focal points for floor professionals as they adjust their bids and offers, especially when trading activity is slow. The use of these values, along with tape reading skills and candlestick pattern recognition can...

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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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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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