Indicators

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Damping Index
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by mfejza
free  08 Jun 2023
The Damping Index Oscillator (DI) is designed to identify the damping of directed market movements. Any value below 1.0 (by default) definitively indicates a slowing of price movement, regardless of its previous direction. In other words, when the indicator value is below the damping level, that period of time represents a time of sentiment accumulation and the best opportunity to open a position before the market triggers mark-up or mark-down.
by mfejza
free  08 Jun 2023
The Percent Difference Oscillator (PDO) oscillator shows the difference between the smoothed price average and the current price, expressing the difference as a percentage of the moving average (above or below the smoothed price average). It is used across different periods to consider the confluence factor. For example, periods of 10, 50, 100, and 200 are commonly used.
free  08 Jun 2023
UpDate MA's are now selectable ... Sorry my bad.. RSI Stochastic MACD and 3 MA's with crossover Audio tones. Ok this is some thing I have been thinking about for some time And with some help from ( meeting.chegini ) I have made this example This has 3 clouds like my other's and 3 moving avarages ON Chart all in one It plays .wav tones from within windows (or your own files) for MACD crossover and when the fast and medium MA's crossover AccessRights = AccessRights.None
by mfejza
free  07 Jun 2023
The Ehlers Filter uses a linear distance calculation algorithm. This indicator enables tracking the common trend and trading in its direction. Unlike the non-linear Ehlers Filter, it has a longer delay and allows for more lagged detection of entry and exit points for your positions. The indicator allows for tracking the common trend and trading in its direction. You can find the Ehlers Non-Linear Filter indicator here: ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/3461.
by mfejza
free  07 Jun 2023
The Ehlers Filter uses a non-linear distance calculation algorithm. This indicator enables tracking the common trend and trading in its direction. Unlike the linear Ehlers Filter, it has a shorter delay and allows for more accurate detection of entry and exit points for your positions. The indicator allows for tracking the common trend and trading in its direction. You can find the Ehlers Linear Filter indicator here: ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/3462
Midpoint Oscillator
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by mfejza
free  06 Jun 2023
The MPO (Midpoint Oscillator) indicator displays price movement without the trend component around its centerpoint. It is represented by two lines: the price movement line and the signal line. The centerline (midpoint) represents the zero level of the oscillator. This indicator is used to trigger events for every cross where the main component (black) is above the signal component (red). If the cross happens above zero, the bullish trigger occurs. Similarly, for every cross where the main component (black) is below the signal component (red), if the cross happens below zero, the bearish trigger occurs. Similar indicator: ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/3458
by mfejza
free  06 Jun 2023
The DMSX indicator (Bipolar Directional Movement System) is calculated using the standard DMS indicator. However, compared to that, it displays data as an oscillator with a signal line and has a shorter delay. This indicator is used to trigger events for every cross where the main component is above the signal component. If the cross happens above zero, the bullish trigger occurs. Similarly, for every cross where the main component is below the signal component, if the cross happens below zero, the bearish trigger occurs. Similar indicator: ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/3459 /
by mfejza
free  06 Jun 2023
The indicator CA (Corrected Average), also known as the Optimal Moving Average, offers the benefit of ensuring that the current value of the time series exceeds the current threshold, which is based on volatility. This ensures that the indicator line accurately tracks the price and helps to avoid false signals in the trend. Additionally, it helps in identifying trade sentiment zones.
by mfejza
free  06 Jun 2023
This indicator shows the average value of the FATL and SATL indicators, which are averaged within the fast and slow zones of the ATL. Additionally, the shadow represents the zone between the values of the FATL and SATL indicator values. You can find the FALT indicator here: ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/3453 You can find the SALT indicator here: ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/3454
by mfejza
free  05 Jun 2023
The Slow Adaptive Trend Line (SATL) is formed using the digital filter of the low-frequency FLF-2. The FLF-2 filter is designed to suppress noise and market cycles with longer periods of oscillation. Both the low-frequency filters, FLF-1 and FLF-2, provide attenuation in the stop band of no less than 40 dB and do not distort the amplitude and phase of the entry discontinuous price series in the pass band (bandwidth). These properties of the digital filters significantly improve noise suppression compared to a simple moving average, which, in turn, sharply reduces the probability of false signals for buying and selling. There are no analogues to SATL among widely known technical instruments. It is not a moving average, but rather an adaptive line estimate of a long-term trend.
by mfejza
free  05 Jun 2023
The Fast Adaptive Trend Line (FATL) is calculated using a low-frequency digital filter (FLF-1).  The FLF-1 filter is necessary for suppressing high-frequency noises and reducing market cycles with very short volatility periods, which can also be considered as noise. The FLF-1 and FLF-2 filters for low frequencies provide attenuation in the stop band of no less than 40 dB and do not distort the amplitude and phase of the entry discontinuous price series in the pass band (bandwidth). These properties of the digital filters significantly improve noise suppression compared to a simple moving average, thereby sharply reducing the probability of false buy and sell signals. There are no analogues to FATL among widely known technical instruments. It is not a moving average, but rather adaptive line estimates of short-term trends. Unlike a moving average, FATL does not have any phase delay with respect to current prices.
free  05 Jun 2023
This is an update version that has been smoothed to 7 bars that gives it a SMA as the base line.