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@KST oscillator: There you go MrTrader. I have to say, you were very polite in your request...
@KST oscillator: The blue line is just the 9 day EMA of the KST you can add it on the chart, but you can include it in the code as well. Add the following to the code: ... [Output("Ema", Color = Colors.Blue)] public IndicatorDataSeries Ema { get; set; } private ExponentialMovingAverage ema; ...   protected override void Initialize()   {    ...  ema = Indicators.ExponentialMovingAverage(Result, 9); } public override void Calculate(int index) {             Result[index] = ...             Ema[index] = ema.Result[index]; }  
@Alembex: Hi trying to understand the logic of this, all the search I do online I keep getting something in French. Can anyone share a link which describes this logic in English?
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by gorin
free  31 Oct 2013
This indicator is a combination of the MACD Crossover and the Relative Strength Index. The MACD is scaled up so that the two indicators overlap.
Draw Spread
by gorin
free  12 May 2014
Spread is the difference between the bid and the ask price of the symbol. This indicator draws Spread on the chart in pips.
Chaikin Oscillator
by gorin
free  05 Sep 2013
Based on the definition of Accumulation/Distribution Index Chaikin oscillator is formed by subtracting a 10-day exponential moving average from a 3-day exponential moving average of the accumulation/distribution index. The formula for Accumulation/Distribution Index is: Note: This implementation may not be entirely correct. Any comments are appreciated.
KST oscillator
by gorin
free  16 Sep 2013
The know sure thing (KST) oscillator is a complex, smoothed price velocity indicator developed by Martin J. Pring. A rate of change (ROC) indicator is the foundation of KST indicator. KST indicator is useful to identify major stock market cycle junctures because its formula is weighed to be more greatly influenced by the longer and more dominant time spans, in order to better reflect the primary swings of stock market cycle.[3] The concept behind the oscillator is that price trends are determined by the interaction of many different time cycles and that important trend reversals take place when a number of price trends are simultaneously changing direction. Entry rules KST Indicator When KST crosses below its 9 day exponential average, short at the next day opening price. Exit rules KST indicator When KST crosses above its 9 day exponential average, close short position at the next day opening price.[4] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KST_oscillator] Works best with W1 and M1 Timeframes.
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