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 Excess Kurtosis of a Distribution by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

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 Skewness of a Distribution by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

A basic task in statistical analysis of a probability distribution consists of measuring its peakedness and asymmetry. Kurtosis measures peakedness of a distribution, while Skew measures asymmetry.

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 Number of Consecutive Trading Bars Condition was True by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

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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.

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 Variance Ratio - Trading Indicator by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Created by Dr. Rene Koch, the variance ratio indicator measures the degree of mean reversion or trendiness in a time series. It is an easy and fast way to detect whether a security or price series is trending, mean reverting or following a random walk.

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This function calculates the average volume during a period of time in the previous days. Given a start and end time, it counts the number of bars and the cumulative volume that occurred within this period and then divide the cumulative volume by the number of bars. Another parameter allows...
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