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Convert Seconds to Trading Bars
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This simple indicator converts a number of seconds (Intraday) to the equivalent number of bars given the analyzed data.

For example, let us say you want to calculate the return of a stock in the last hour.
If you are working on a one-minute chart, you can type:

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Support & Resistance Breakout Indicator
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

Here is how this technical analysis indicator works:
- Calculates support and resistance for each trading bar (support and resistance are calculated based on the period you provide and using the "AutoSR" function of QuantShare)
- Detects whether a security breaks its support or resistance
- Returns the percentage of increase (one bar)...

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Sum of a Custom Database's Field
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The built-in "GetData" function allows you to retrieve data from a custom database (fundamental, news, sentiment, put/call ratio...). It gets data for the last field's value that occurred during each trading bar.

Imagine you have a volume field (daily data) and you want to display the volume's sum in a...

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PercentRank HLC Function
by clonex, uploaded several months ago

PERCENTRANK of High, Low and Close values translated from Amibroker.

Amibroker Code:
function PercentRankHLC(Data1, Data2, Data3, Periods)
{ ...

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Ichimoku Kinko Hyo - Trading Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, which means "one glance equilibrium chart", is a charting technique developed in late 1930s by Japanese journalist, Goichi Hosoda. The Ichimoku technical analysis technique was made available to the general public in 1960.

Ichimoku is used to detect trends by creating five lines calculated using the midpoint of...

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Current Drawdown of any Price Series or Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

Current drawdown refers to the percentage of decline (long positions) or increase (short positions) from the highest value (long positions) or lowest value (short positions) of the price series since the position was taken.
The current drawdown technical indicator can be applied to any time-series; it is not limited to the...

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Bollinger Bands and Fibonacci Ratios
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Another technical analysis tool that is based on the standard Bollinger Bands indicator is the Fibonacci Bollinger Bands. It is almost the same as the standard Bollinger Bands with the difference that instead of using the standard deviation to calculate the volatility of the asset, the Fibonacci Bollinger Bands uses...
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