The Momentum Trend Fusion (MTF) is a composite indicator that combines the Awesome Oscillator and the Relative Strength Index to provide a unique perspective on market momentum and trend strength. The MTF is calculated by first running the Relative Strength Index (RSI) on the Awesome Oscillator (AO) and then applying an Exponential Moving Average (EMA) on the...
Bill Williams's Awesome Oscillator Technical Indicator (AO) is a 34-period simple moving average, plotted through the bars midpoints (H+L)/2, which is subtracted from the 5-period simple moving average, built across the bars midpoints (H+L)/2. It shows us quite clearly what’s happening to the market driving force at the present moment.
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This is combo strategies for get a cumulative signal.
This indicator plots 2/20 exponential moving average. For the Mov
Avg X 2/20 Indicator, the EMA bar will be painted when the Alert criteria is met.
This indicator plots the oscillator as a histogram where blue denotes
periods suited for buying and red . for...
The Code Runner is a hybrid indicator that leverages other pre-configured, integrated open-source algorithms to help traders spot regular and continuation divergences.
The Code Runner specialises in integrating some of the most popular oscillators well known for their accuracy when scalping using divergence strategies.
The Code Runner...
Moonshot is an indicator that encapsulates the value delivered by the TSI, MACD, Awesome Oscillator and CCI algorithms to produce signals to enable users to enter positions in ideal market conditions. Moonshot integrates the value delivered by the above four algorithms into one script.
This indicator is particularly useful when trading...
Hi again. I have another indicator that I think is pretty neat.
I had the idea of creating an Awesome Oscillator for my Ultimate MA, just to see what kind of signals it might produce. If you're not familiar with my UMA you should go take a look at it, but essentially it is just an average of eight different length MAs, and if you're not familiar with the Awesome...