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Total Power Indicator
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

Total Power Indicator is a technical analysis tool based on the bull power and bear power indicators, which can be downloaded here: 1243.

The indicator measures the number of bullish and bearish trend bars for a specific lookback period. It then calculates the proportion of bears and bulls within this period....

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Ulcer Index
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

Unlike the majority of stock market risk and volatility measures (such as the Standard deviation), the Ulcer Index was designed, by Peter Martin in 1987, to calculate the volatility in the downward direction only. This technical analysis indicator (Ulcer Index) was first introduced in a 1989's book called "The Investors...
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Forecast Oscillator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Forecast Oscillator is a technical indicator that compares a security close price to its time series forecast. The time series forecast function name is "tsf" (already implemented in QuantShare) and it calculates the projection of the price trend for the next bar.

The Forecast Oscillator and therefore the time series...

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Demand Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Demand Index is a technical indicator that tries to lead price changes using price and volume data. The indicator was developed by Hames Sibbet.

The demand index formula requires several parameters:
Price: A time series that is usually set to the close price, midpoint or high plus low divided by two.
Constant:...

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Inertia Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

Donald Dorsey is known for developing technical analysis indicators such as the 231 and the 415. He has also created and introduced the Inertia trading indicator in the Stocks & Commodities magazine issue of September 1995.

In Physics, Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist to acceleration. Dorsey has...

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Qualitative Quantitative Estimation Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Qualitative Quantitative Estimation indicator is calculated based on a combination of the smoothed relative strength index (Moving average of RSI) and the average true range (ATR is used as a volatility based trailing stop) indicators. The QQE or Qualitative Quantitative Estimation indicator is particularly useful for volatile assets (stocks,...
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Number of successive increases in the volume
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

The 'BarsUpVolume' function calculates the number of successive increases in the volume (bars).

For example, if the bar n: 100, has a value of 2, this means that the volume were increasing for the last 2 bars. Volume of yesterday is higher than the Volume of the day before yesterday, and...

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