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TD Sequential Indicator
by Vangelis M., uploaded several months ago

This function implements Thomas DeMark's TD Sequential Indicator. There are many different versions of this indicator with different rules and many nuances. Not all are implemented here. For more detail you should add to the code.

This function accepts two arguments, a number and a string.

TDSequential(0,"") - Returns the count...

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Center of Gravity
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This indicator uses the polynomial nonparametric regression mathematical formula to calculate the center of gravity of a moving stock (blue line) and other standard deviations. The amplitudes of these deviations are proportions of the golden number 1.618.

The center of gravity indicator was created by Mostafa Belkhayate....

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DV Bounded - DV2/DVB
by clonex, uploaded several months ago

DV Bounded (DVB) - The DV Bounded is also known otherwise as the "DV2" and was created by David Varadi to capture the normalized relative close. The "DV2" version of the DV Bounded represents the 2-period average of the relative close to the high-to-low range. The "bounded" portion represents the...
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DV Intermediate Oscillator (DVI)
by clonex, uploaded several months ago

This is the smoothed intermediate oscillator framework designed to complement the DVO. It was also designed to be flexible for use in adaptive systems. The current DVI is a combination of two different indicators: 1) DVIM- DVI Magnitude which measures the distance price has travelled over multiple intermediate time frames...
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Swing Trading Indicator (STI)
by SystemTra.de, uploaded several months ago

The Swing Trading Indicator (STI) is designed to calculate the last swing point that occurred on or before each bar.

A swingpoint is defined as a local high or low for a certain minimum number of bars. You can define this minimum number through parameter, standard is set to 5 bars.

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Cumulative Sum of a Technical Indicator
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

Cumulative sum or running total of a technical indicator refers to the algebraic sum of all previous values of this technical indicator.

The Cumulative sum formula is as follows:

A = B + C * previous value of A ...

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Swing Point Function (SP)
by SystemTra.de, uploaded several months ago

If - while swing-trading - you want to buy e.g. when a higher swing high occurs after a higher swing low then you could set up your trading system as follows:
buy = sp(10, -1) > 0 && sp(10, 0) > sp(10, 2) && sp(10,1) > sp(10,3);

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