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Chande's & Kroll's R2 Indicator
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

The R-Squared or R2 is a statistical measure that shows the percentage of movements of one time-series that can be explained by movements of another time-series. The R-squared values range from 0 to 1 or 0 to 100 if expressed in percentage. A value of 100 indicates that all movements...
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Better Volume Indicator
by Savio Rodrigues, uploaded several months ago



The Better Volume indicator uses a combination of bid/ask volume and range to identify
Volume Climax, High Volume Churn and Low Volume bars.
? Market tops are characterized by Volume Climax Up bars, High Volume Churn and Low ...

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Information Ratio - Appraisal ratio
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Information ratio also called Appraisal ratio is a ratio of a portfolio (or asset) returns above the returns of an index (or benchmark) to the volatility of the returns.

The IR (Information Ratio) is similar to the Sharpe ratio since it is used to measure risk-adjusted returns. The difference is...

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NORMINV - Inverse of the Normal Cumulative Distribution
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

NORMINV function is the inverse of the normal cumulative distribution for a specified standard deviation and mean. The normal probability density and the cumulative normal distribution can be calculated using the following function: 1041.

This function finds the z value given the probability that a value or variable is within a...

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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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Disparity Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The disparity index is generally considered as introduced by Steve Nison on his book 'Beyond Candlesticks'.

This indicator is used to measure the percentage change between a security price and its moving average. A DI positive or negative value at a given point indicates that the price is respectively rapidly increasing...

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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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