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Moving Average Convergence Divergence – MACD

The MACD is an extremely popular indicator used in technical analysis. It can be used to identify aspects of a security's overall trend. Most notably these aspects are momentum, as well as trend direction and duration. What makes the MACD so informative is that it is actually the combination of two different types of indicators. First, the MACD employs two Moving Averages of varying lengths (which are lagging indicators) to identify trend direction and duration. Then, it takes the difference in values between those two Moving Averages (MACD Line) and an EMA of those Moving Averages (Signal Line) and plots that difference between the two lines as a histogram which oscillates above and below a center Zero Line. The histogram is used as a good indication of a security's momentum.

Added Color Plots to Settings Pane.
Switched MTF Logic to turn ON/OFF automatically w/ TradingView's Built in Feature.
Added Ability to Turn ON/OFF Show MacD & Signal Line.
Added Ability to Turn ON/OFF Show Histogram.
Added Ability to Change MACD Line Colors Based on Trend.
Added Ability to Highlight Price Bars Based on Trend.
Added Alerts to Settings Pane.
Customized Alerts to Show Symbol, TimeFrame, Closing Price, MACD Crosses Up & MACD Crosses Down Signals in Alert.
Alerts are Pre-Set to only Alert on Bar Close.
Added ability to show Dots when MACD Crosses.
Added Ability to Change Plot Widths in Settings Pane.
Added in Alert Feature where Cross Up if above 0 or cross down if below 0 (OFF By Default).

Squeeze Pro
Traditionally, John Carter's version uses 20 period SMAs as the basis lines on both the BB and the KC.
In this version, I've given the freedom to change this and try out different types of moving averages.

The original squeeze indicator had only one Squeeze setting, though this new one has three.
The gray dot Squeeze, call it a "low squeeze" or an "early squeeze" - this is the easiest Squeeze to form based on its settings.
The orange dot Squeeze is the original from the first Squeeze indicator.
And finally, the yellow dot squeeze, call it a "high squeeze" or "power squeeze" - is the most difficult to form and suggests price is under extreme levels of compression.

Colored Directional Movement Index (CDMI), a custom interpretation of J. Welles Wilder’s Directional Movement Index (DMI), where :
DMI is a collection of three separate indicators ( ADX , +DI , -DI ) combined into one and measures the trend’s strength as well as its direction
CDMI is a custom interpretation of DMI which presents ( ADX , +DI , -DI ) with a color scale - representing the trend’s strength, color density - representing momentum/slope of the trend’s strength, and triangle up/down shapes - representing the trend’s direction. CDMI provides all the information in a single line with colored triangle shapes plotted on the bottom. DMI can provide quality information and even trading signals but it is not an easy indicator to master, whereus CDMI simplifies its usage. The CDMI adds additional insight of verifying/confirming the trend as well as its strength

Label :
Displaying the trend strength and direction
Displaying adx and di+/di- values
Displaying adx's momentum (growing or falling)
Where tooltip label describes "howto read colored dmi line"
Ability to display historical values of DMI readings displayed in the label.

Added "Expert Trend Locator - XTL"
The XTL was developed by Tom Joseph (in his book Applying Technical Analysis ) to identify major trends, similar to Elliott Wave 3 type swings.
Blue bars are bullish and indicate a potential upwards impulse.
Red bars are bearish and indicate a potential downwards impulse.
White bars indicate no trend is detected at the moment.

Added "Williams Vix Fix" signal. The Vix is one of the most reliable indicators in history for finding market bottoms. The Williams Vix Fix is simply a code from Larry Williams creating almost identical results for creating the same ability the Vix has to all assets.

The VIX has always been much better at signaling bottoms than tops. Simple reason is when market falls retail traders panic and increase volatility , and professionals come in and capitalize on the situation. At market tops there is no one panicking... just liquidity drying up.

The FE green triangles are "Filtered Entries"
The AE green triangles are "Aggressive Filtered Entries"
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Improvement in DMI code

Added as source:
  • On Balance Volume (OBV)
    Accumulation Distribution (AccDist)
    Price Volume Trend (PVT)
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Migrated to v5.

Added Background and Bar Colors to MACD.

Added Alerts to Williams Vix Fix (Aggressive Entry and Filtered Entry). Alerts are Pre-Set to only Alert on Bar Close.

Added Alerts to DMI (Bearish or Bullish Trend). Alerts are Pre-Set to only Alert on Bar Close.
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Added "HLCC4" source.

Now it shows the different divergences.

Added alternate moving average types:
- Median
- Coefficient of Variation Weighted Moving Average.
- Fractal Adaptive Moving Average.
- ADX Weighted Moving Average.
- EMA RSI Adaptive.
Notas de prensa:
Added Alerts to XTL (Bearish or Bullish Trend). Alerts are Pre-Set to only Alert on Bar Close.
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User can select to use either Histogram or MACD Line for Divergence detection (Histogram by default).
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Improved the DMI label.

The MACD histogram was enlarged for a better visualization.

Small change in the color of the bars and the background, and also in the divergences.

Added two types of moving averages:
- VAMA (Volume Adjusted Moving Average of @allanster)
- New WMA

If you choose MEDIAN for the type of moving averages, you should follow the advice of the user @maksumit:

The recommended settings for the Daily Time Frame: 5 day period for the fast line, a 20 day period for the slow line, and a 10 day period for the signal line. (5 days represent a trading week, 10 days is two weeks, and 20 days is 4 weeks or a month)

For the weekly charts, use 4 week period for the fast line, 13 week period for the slow line, and 8 week period for the signal line. (4 weeks represent a month, 8 weeks is two months, and 13 weeks is 3 months or quarterly)

And for monthly charts, use 3 month period for the fast line, 12 month period for the slow line, and 6 month period for the signal line. (3 months is quarterly, 6 months is bi-yearly, and 12 month is yearly)

It'll be challenging to measure for intraday since there are many different timeframes within intraday. The settings mentioned above should also be customized as per the requirements of the trading strategy.
Script de código abierto

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