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Short Indicator
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

This function uses short selling data to create a short indicator that determines whether short traders are stronger or weaker. This is done by calculating for each trading bar, the difference between short sell volume that occurred above and below a specific stock price.

Here is how the calculation process occurs....

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High Short Selling Activity
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

This indicator uses short selling data downloaded by the 323 object. The indicator calculates, for a defined lookback period, the percentage of bars where the short selling ratio was higher than 50%. (More short selling volume than long volume).

This indicator can be interpreted as follows; a high value means that...

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Measure the value of the stock market using the Q-Ratio valuation method
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Q-Ratio, developed by the economist James Tobin, is a market valuation method used to estimate the fair value of the stock market. It is calculated by taking the total price of the market and dividing it by the replacement cost of all companies in that market.

The data used to...

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Percentile - Percent Rank of a Trading Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The Percentile or Percent Rank function calculates the percentage of observations or values, within a lookback period, that are below the current value of a given function. It is the percentage of values in the provided time series frequency distribution that are lower than the value of any given bar.

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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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Buy Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The buy indicator tells you whether to buy the current security or not based on an indicator previous performance.

For each bar, this indicator will calculate the performance of another indicator for the past bars. It will simulate a buy and sell after n-bars when the provided indicator gives a signal.

Example:...

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Fibonacci retracement: Golden ratio
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

This function calculates the Fibonacci retracement 61.8% level, also referred to as 'the golden mean' or 'the golden ratio'. It uses simple vector-based functions to do this. The function accepts one parameter which is the lookback period to use to define the highest and lowest close prices.
Fibonacci retracement is a...

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