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NORMDIST - Normal Probability Density Function
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The NORMDIST function is similar to the one available in Excel. Given a set of parameters, this statistical function calculates the normal probability density function or the cumulative normal distribution function.

Here are the different parameters of the NORMDIST function:
X: The function will return the probability of the value "x" occurring.
Mean:...

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Inertia Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

Donald Dorsey is known for developing technical analysis indicators such as the 231 and the 415. He has also created and introduced the Inertia trading indicator in the Stocks & Commodities magazine issue of September 1995.

In Physics, Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist to acceleration. Dorsey has...

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Demand Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Demand Index is a technical indicator that tries to lead price changes using price and volume data. The indicator was developed by Hames Sibbet.

The demand index formula requires several parameters:
Price: A time series that is usually set to the close price, midpoint or high plus low divided by two.
Constant:...

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Forecast Oscillator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Forecast Oscillator is a technical indicator that compares a security close price to its time series forecast. The time series forecast function name is "tsf" (already implemented in QuantShare) and it calculates the projection of the price trend for the next bar.

The Forecast Oscillator and therefore the time series...

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Inverse Fisher Transform
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Inverse Fisher Transform was first introduced by John Ehlers in an article published in May 2004 issue of the Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities magazine.

It is the inverse of the fisher transform which can be downloaded here 528. It is well suited to transform oscillator indicators because it is...

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Relative Momentum Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Relative momentum index is an oscillator introduced by Roger Altman in a February 1993 'Stocks & Commodities' magazine article. Inspired from the relative strength index, it attempts to improve it by eliminating the oscillations between defined overbought and oversold levels through the introduction of a momentum. The relative momentum index...
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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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