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by Fron
free  11 Jul 2022
Relative Strength Index (Bar Color Base)    Relative Strength Index (Bar Color Based)  Is A Visual Chart  Interface Rather Than RSI Being a Segregated oscillator indicator Which Would normally be displayed Below the chart.  Relative Strength Index (Bar Color Base) Indicator Overlays the OverBought and the Oversold Levels(Parameters that you can Manipulate, as well OHLC).  This Indicator Works best  with others Indicators. OverBought and the Oversold Levels Are changed with Bar Color Distinction. Example Purposes ONLY . 
free  12 Mar 2022
Art is in simplicity! This is a very simple and handy tool that can be a strong, fast, and loyal companion when you want to enter a position and looking for a trigger. The tool consists of RSI, one-step smoothing, and SMA and can be used for exploring Divergence, FakeOut, Support, and Resistance. Thanks to my friend that shared this idea whit me, Ali Akbari. (his telegram channel: @TFLedu)   More info or contact:      Or    
free  07 Feb 2022 This oscillator is based of a mathematical model creted by Cristian PÄ‚UNA and Ion LUNGU for the cyclicality of the price evolution. For more detail refer to the following paper:
free  11 Jan 2022
The QQE indicator is a momentum based indicator to determine trend and sideways. This is slightly modified version of  
Projection Bandwidth
free  20 Dec 2021
Projection Bands, a new method using trading bands, projects market data forward along the data trend with the maximum and minimum of the projections defining the band. The method provides another means of signaling potential changes for market direction relative to the trend. This shows the % width of the projection bands. A trend reversal is signaled by a high value. Low value may indicate the start of a new trend. This is also a trend strength indicator.   Github: GitHub - Doustzadeh/cTrader-Indicator  
Projection Oscillator
free  20 Dec 2021
The Projection Oscillator is based on the Projection Bands indicator. The Oscillator calculates where the close lies within the band as a percentage. Therefore, an Oscillator value of 50 would mean that the close is in the middle of the band. A value of 100 would mean that the close is equal to the top band, and zero means that it is equal to the low band. The calculation is similar to a Stochastic which uses the raw highest high and lowest low value, whereas the Projection Oscillator adds the regression line component, making it more sensitive. The Projection Oscillator can be interpreted several ways. Look for divergence with price to indicate a trend reversal. Extreme values (over 80 or under 20) indicate overbought/oversold levels. A moving average of the oscillator can be used as a trigger line. A buy/sell signal is generated when the Projection Oscillator to cross above/below the trigger line. The signal is stronger if it happens above 70 or below 30. See also Projection Bands and Projection Bandwidth. Projection Bands were developed by Mel Widner, Ph.D and were originally introduced in his article in the July, 1995 issue of Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine.   Github: GitHub - Doustzadeh/cTrader-Indicator  
by jani
free  17 Dec 2021
Original indicator posted at ========================================================================= I changed Bull & Bear line to include calculations according to CCI (Mode 3). Mode 4 calculates the average of all 1, 2 & 3 and automatically normalises the results. Mode 5 calculated average for 1 & 2. I personally recommend mode 4 which I find better than the rest.  
Advance CCI Indicator
free  16 Dec 2021
CCI Indicator in Histogram form with color coded once the there is enough MOMENTUM on the previous move, a very good trade entry confirmation.
free  16 Dec 2021
The Kairi Relative Index is an old Japanese metric with unknown origins and waning popularity in the modern day due to more popular indicators such as Welles Wilder's Relative Strength Index (RSI). Traders since the late 1970s have grown accustomed to newer, more modern indicators. Because Kairi has an unknown derivation and is used much less even in certain Japanese indicator loyalty zones of Russia and Asia, its continued use is curious. Add the fact that literally no early writings can be found regarding Kairi. The word itself translates to separate or dissociation. We don't want deviation in our indicators or price separation; we want perfect market timing indicators that follow market trends and turns. The difference between the two indicators is slight and yet varied, the only way to understand the Kairi Index is to compare it with the RSI. To begin with, both are considered oscillators. Oscillator indicators move with a chart line up or down as markets fluctuate. Calculations vary among each oscillator, so each oscillator serves a different market function. RSI and Kairi serve as momentum oscillators and are considered leading indicators. Momentum oscillators measure market prices' rate of change. As prices rise, momentum increases, and a decrease measures a decrease in momentum. Momentum is reflected both in the manner that RSI and Kairi operate and in their calculations.   Github: GitHub - Doustzadeh/cTrader-Indicator  
free  08 Dec 2021
Developed by Etienne Botes and Douglas Siepman, the Vortex Indicator consists of two oscillators that capture positive and negative trend movement. In creating this indicator, Botes and Seipman drew on the work of Welles Wilder and Viktor Schauberger, who is considered the father of implosion technology. Despite a rather involved formula, the indicator is quite easy to interpret. A bullish signal triggers when the positive trend indicator crosses above the negative trend indicator or a key level. A bearish signal triggers when the negative trend indicator crosses above the positive trend indicator or a key level. The Vortex Indicator is either above or below these levels, which means it always has a clear bullish or bearish bias.   Github: GitHub - Doustzadeh/cTrader-Indicator  
free  07 Dec 2021
Developed by William Blau and introduced in Stocks & Commodities Magazine, the True Strength Index (TSI) is a momentum oscillator based on a double smoothing of price changes. Even though several steps are needed for calculation, the indicator is actually pretty straightforward. By smoothing price changes, TSI captures the ebbs and flows of price action with a steadier line that filters out the noise. As with most momentum oscillators, chartists can derive signals from overbought/oversold readings, centerline crossovers, bullish/bearish divergences and signal line crossovers. The True Strength Index (TSI) is an oscillator that fluctuates between positive and negative territory. As with many momentum oscillators, the centerline defines the overall bias. The bulls have the momentum edge when TSI is positive and the bears have the edge when it's negative. As with MACD, a signal line can be applied to identify upturns and downturns. Signal line crossovers are, however, quite frequent and require further filtering with other techniques. Chartists can also look for bullish and bearish divergences to anticipate trend reversals; however, keep in mind that divergences can be misleading in a strong trend. TSI is somewhat unique because it tracks the underlying price quite well. In other words, the oscillator can capture a sustained move in one direction or the other. The peaks and troughs in the oscillator often match the peaks and troughs in price. In this regard, chartists can draw trend lines and mark support/resistance levels using TSI. Line breaks can then be used to generate signals.   Github: GitHub - Doustzadeh/cTrader-Indicator  
free  07 Dec 2021
Developed by Tushar Chande and Stanley Kroll, StochRSI is an oscillator that measures the level of RSI relative to its high-low range over a set time period. StochRSI applies the Stochastics formula to RSI values, rather than price values, making it an indicator of an indicator. The result is an oscillator that fluctuates between 0 and 1. In their 1994 book, The New Technical Trader, Chande and Kroll explain that RSI can oscillate between 80 and 20 for extended periods without reaching extreme levels. Notice that 80 and 20 are used for overbought and oversold instead of the more traditional 70 and 30. Traders looking to enter a stock based on an overbought or oversold reading in RSI might find themselves continuously on the sidelines. Chande and Kroll developed StochRSI to increase sensitivity and generate more overbought/oversold signals. StochRSI measures the value of RSI relative to its high/low range over a set number of periods. The number of periods used to calculate StochRSI is transferred to RSI in the formula. For example, 14-day StochRSI would use the current value of 14-day RSI and the 14-day high-low range for 14-day RSI. 14-day StochRSI equals 0 when RSI is at its lowest point for 14 days. 14-day StochRSI equals 1 when RSI is at its highest point for 14 days. 14-day StochRSI equals 0.5 when RSI is in the middle of its 14-day high-low range. 14-day StochRSI equals 0.2 when RSI is near the low of its 14-day high-low range. 14-day StochRSI equals 0.80 when RSI is near the high of its 14-day high-low range.   Github: GitHub - Doustzadeh/cTrader-Indicator