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Consecutive Up and Down Bars - Works With Any Trading Indicator
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

Consecutive Up or Down Bars is a technical analysis indicator that detects up or down vector values and calculates the number of consecutive bars a specific vector closed above its previous value and the number of consecutive bars this vector closed below its previous value. The number of consecutive up...
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Excess Kurtosis of a Distribution
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

In statistics, kurtosis measures the relative peakedness of a probability distribution compared with the normal distribution. This is why we also call it "excess kurtosis".

The higher the kurtosis value is, the sharper the distribution peak and the longer & fatter the tails are.
The lower the kurtosis value is, the rounder...

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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/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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Set the First Trading Bar Values to Not a Number
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "SetNaN" function updates the first N-values of a time-series and replaces them with "NaN" (Not a number).
A "NaN" value is not drawn on a chart and it always return false when used in a trading rule.
For example, let us create a "NaN" array:
a = ref(close, 10000000000);
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Inverse Fisher Transform
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Inverse Fisher Transform was first introduced by John Ehlers in an article published in May 2004 issue of the Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities magazine.

It is the inverse of the fisher transform which can be downloaded here 528. It is well suited to transform oscillator indicators because it is...

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Self-Adjusting RSI Indicator
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

The Self-Adjusting RSI indicator was developed by David Sepiashvili. It describes two techniques to adjust the oversold and overbought levels of the relative strength index indicator. It will create dynamic overbought/oversold zones that aim to improve your strategies performance by reducing false signals that may be generated when using the...
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