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The early identification of a trend then depends on a valid measurement of short-term cyclic activity. There are two ways to do so, either by cycle elimination or by spectrum analysis. Of the two, cycle elimination is by far the easier.The identification of the trend is that easy. One can eliminate the cyclic component when use the average over the cycle length.One could adjust the average as the cycle length varies and plot the results day-by-day. The author called the result an "instantaneous trendline".You can read more about this approach in Early Trend Identification by John F. Ehlers article published in 10/1990 Stocks&Commodities magazine.
The range of a day's trading is simply high − low. The true range extends it to yesterday's closing price if it was outside of today's range. true range = max(high, close(prev) - min(low, close(prev) The true range is the largest of the: * Most recent period's high less the most recent period's low * Absolute value of the most recent period's high less the previous close * Absolute value of the most recent period's low less the previous close.
Pivot Point is a technical indicator used in technical analysis derived by calculating the numerical average of a particular stock's (or any other financial asset like forex pair or any future contract) high, low and closing prices.
On the following day, if the market price trades above the pivot point it is usually considered as a bullish sentiment, whereas if it trades below the pivot point is seen as bearish
A pivot point and the associated support and resistance levels are often turning points for the direction of price movement in a market. In an up-trending market, the pivot point and the resistance levels may represent a ceiling level in price above which the uptrend is no longer sustainable and a reversal may occur. In a declining market, a pivot point and the support levels may represent a low price level of stability or a resistance to further decline.It is customary to calculate additional levels of support and resistance, below and above the pivot point, respectively, by subtracting or adding price differentials calculated from previous trading ranges of the market.
ADXR stands for Average Directional Movement Index Rating. ADXR is a component of the Directional Movement System developed by Welles Wilder. This system attempts to measure the strength of a price movement in positive and negative directions, as well as the overall strength of the trend. The Average Directional Movement Rating quantifies the change of momentum in the ADX (Average Directional Index). It is calculated by adding two values of ADX (the current value and a value n periods back) and then dividing by two:
ADXR = (ADX + ADX N periods ago) / 2
IFRAMA stands for Fractal Adaptive Moving Average and is another stroke of genius from John F Ehlers. It utilizes Fractal Geometry in an attempt to dynamically adjust its smoothing period to suit the changing price action over time.
Displays one of the following Moving average types according to Ma Type input
1 Simple moving average
2 Exponential moving average
3 Smoothed moving average
4 Linear weighted moving average
5 Double Exponential Moving Average
6 Triple Exponential Moving Average
7 T3 Moving Average
The Heikin-Ashi technique is extremely useful for making candlestick charts more readable--trends can be located more easily, and buying opportunities can be spotted at a glance. The charts are constructed in the same manner as a normal candlestick chart, with the exception of the modified bar formulas. When properly used, this technique can help you spot trends and trend changes from which you can profit!
How to install:
1) Double click on downloaded file and follow instructions
2) Add indicator from Custom menu:
3) Switch main chart to line mode:
4) Choose Black for Bear Outline color option:
Price Headley's Acceleration Bands serve as a trading envelope that factor in a stock\'s typical volatility over standard settings of 20 or 80 bars. They can be used across any time frame, though Headley prefers to use them most across weekly and monthly timeframes as breakout indicators outside these bands, while using the shorter time frames to define likely support and resistance levels at the lower and upper Acceleration Bands. Acceleration Bands are plotted around a simple moving average as the midpoint, and the upper and lower bands are of equal distance from this midpoint