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Big Up Gap
by Peter Gum, uploaded several months ago

Detect 'excessive' recent up gap. A 'true' indication is returned when the close is above the previous high by a specified amount over the specifed recent number of bars.

The detection gap and the lookback period are parameters. In addition, the code can be treated as a 'stepping-off point' for making...

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Relative Performance/Return Chart - Compare Several Assets/Stocks
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Relative Performance indicator compares the rate of price change (return) of two or several assets and plots the performance of each asset on the chart.

Relative Performance/Strength chart displays percentage changes and compares the return or price changes of different assets or securities. You can use it, for example, to quickly...

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McNicholl Sentiment
by mdmd, uploaded several months ago

Sentiment indicator from Dennis McNicholl's 2002 Book "Taming Complexity in Trading; Beating the Dow 3 to 1"

It uses statistical techniques to make the stock series stationary and then works on looking at the confidence intervals of the moving standard deviation of the smoothed transformed series.

It is best as a very...

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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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Trending Up/Down using Ten Moving Averages
by MikeMM, uploaded several months ago

This indicator tells you whether a security is trending up or down based on ten moving averages (instead of just one). This is accomplished by calculating ten moving averages with different periods (20, 40, 60 ..., and 200) and then comparing them with the close price. For each trading bar,...
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Keltner Channel
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Keltner Channel, KC, was developed by Chester W. Keltner and is a technical indicator that looks like the Simple Moving Average Envelopes or Bollinger Bands. It is constituted of two lines that adapt to changes in the security's volatility by using the ATR or average true range indicator.

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Keltner/Bollinger Bands Squeeze
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Bollinger bands squeeze is a volatility indicator that tries to determine periods of low or high volatility in a price series. This technical indicator signals only the timing, not the direction of the trade, and for this reason, it must be used in conjunction with other technical or fundamental...
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