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VIDYA - Variable Index Dynamic Average
by GS, uploaded several months ago

Variable Index Dynamic Average (VIDYA) is a special moving average which was developed by Tushar Chande. The complete details about this technical indicator can be found in %u201CThe New Technical Trader by Tushar Chande and Stanley Kroll%u201D.

VIDYA is essentially a dynamic exponential moving average wherein the market volatility is...

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Volatility Quality Index
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The idea behind the volatility quality index is to discern bad and good volatility in order to create a better volatility indicator that can identify better trade opportunities.

This trading indicator is based on the true range and it is calculated using the latter indicator plus the open, close, high and...

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Bleu Stochastic
by mdmd, uploaded several months ago

Description:
Stochastic Index (normalized smoothed q-period Stochastic) by William Blau, described in the book Momentum, Direction, and Divergence: Applying the Latest Momentum Indicators for Technical Analysis.

The values of q-period smoothed Stochastic is normalized and mapped into the [0,+100] interval. It allows to determine the overbought/oversold of the market.
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Strategy Optimization on Random in-sample and out-of-sample Periods
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "RandomMonths" function picks months depending on a percentage value passed to this function. If you specify 100% then the function returns TRUE for all months, if you specify 50% then the function returns TRUE for half of the months and if you specify 0% then the function returns FALSE...
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Chaikin Volatility Indicator
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

To determine the volatility of a financial time-series, such as stock close prices, the Chaikin Volatility trading indicator measures the range between high and low values. Unlike the ATR or Average True Range, this indicator does not consider gaps. Gaps are accounted by ATR because its formula calculates volatility based...
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Moving Average States Indicator
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

Based on the position of the security close price compared to its moving average (MA), this technical analysis indicator returns a value comprised between one and three.
A value of one indicates that the current close price is trading 5% lower than its simple moving average.
A value of three indicates that...

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PIPS conversion formula in Forex trading
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

In Forex trading, a PIP is the smallest price increment that can be made by a currency. PIP refers to "percentage in point" and it is very important in Forex as it is the basis for calculating profit and loss and measuring spreads (bid/ask differences).

Usually the value of a PIP...

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