OskarGallard

EWO Breaking Bands & XTL

Elliott Wave Principle, developed by Ralph Nelson Elliott , proposes that the seemingly chaotic behaviour of the different financial markets isn’t actually chaotic. In fact the markets moves in predictable, repetitive cycles or waves and can be measured and forecast using Fibonacci numbers. These waves are a result of influence on investors from outside sources primarily the current psychology of the masses at that given time. Elliott wave predicts that the prices of the a traded currency pair will evolve in waves: five impulsive waves and three corrective waves. Impulsive waves give the main direction of the market expansion and the corrective waves are in the opposite direction (corrective wave occurrences and combination corrective wave occurrences are much higher comparing to impulsive waves)

The Elliott Wave Oscillator ( EWO ) helps identifying where you are in the 5 / 3 Elliott Waves , mainly the highest/lowest values of the oscillator might indicate a potential bullish / bearish Wave 3. Mathematically expressed, EWO is the difference between a 5 period and 35 period moving average. In this study instead 35-period, Fibonacci number 34 is implemented for the slow moving average and formula becomes ewo = sma ( HL2 , 5) - sma ( HL2 , 34)

The Elliott Wave Oscillator enables traders to track Elliott Wave counts and divergences. It allows traders to observe when an existing wave ends and when a new one begins. Included with the EWO are the breakout bands that help identify strong impulses.

The Expert Trend Locator ( 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 "TSI Arrows". The arrows is intended to help the viewer identify potential turning points. The presence of arrows indicates that the TSI indicator is either "curling" up under the signal line, or "curling" down over the signal line. This can help to anticipate reversals, or moves in favor of trend direction.
Notas de prensa: Added to JMA (Jurik Moving Average) of @everget

Now you can change the source type for the EWO and the TSI.

The XTL can be customized since the type of source and the type of moving average can be modified, by default the CCI is calculated by ALMA (HLC3, 35) instead of the SMA(Close, 35). Added to this version an option to use Traditional CCI calculations according to user @JustUncleL

Remember to try different settings to find the right one for each instrument.
Notas de prensa: Added Double Weighted Moving Average (DWMA)

Added Double Volume-Weighted Moving Average (DVWMA)

In TSI, the default CLOSE source was replaced by AVERAGE( vwap (H, L) )
Script de código abierto

Siguiendo el verdadero espíritu de TradingView, el autor de este script lo ha publicado en código abierto, para que los traders puedan entenderlo y verificarlo. ¡Un hurra por el autor! Puede utilizarlo de forma gratuita, aunque si vuelve a utilizar este código en una publicación, debe cumplir con las Normas internas. Puede marcarlo como favorito para usarlo en un gráfico.

¿Quiere utilizar este script en un gráfico?

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Great work. Thank you!
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Muy bueno.. estaria genial que se agregue una zona de tolerancia para detectar la onda 4.. del ocsilador de elliot.. y los retrocesos y los niveles de la primera vela del xtl.. nose como se llama pero creo que es para detectar la onda 3.. lo vi en la pagina de esignal..
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