Moving Average Convergence Divergence – MACD
The most popular indicator used in technical analysis, the moving average convergence divergence (MACD), created by Gerald Appel. MACD is a trend-following momentum indicator, designed to reveal changes in the strength, direction, momentum, and duration of a trend in a financial instrument’s price
This indicator draws signals on the chart when a Bullish MACD Crossover occurs at the same time RSI is "oversold", and also when Bearish MACD Crossover occurs at the same time RSI is "overbought"
Indicators are drawn on the chart in the following scenarios:
1. Bullish signal
a. MACD bullish crossover occurs on a single bar
b. RSI was below the Oversold...
This tool is simple yet very effective. It creates new candles on the chart based on the MACD.
Candles are green when MACD is increasing and red when it is decreasing. All lengths can be adjusted in the input menu and there is an option to plot the signal line.
The rules for using it are pretty simple:
1.Buy on Green
2.Sell on red
I am reading "Investing with Volume Analysis: Identify, Follow, and Profit from Trends" by Buff Pelz Dormeier so I am going to implement all indicators that are considered there.
VW-MACD was developed by Buff Pelz Dormeier in 2000 and is based on the difference between a short-term volume-weighted moving average and a long-term volume-weighted...
The MACD is a superior derivative of moving average crossovers and was developed by Gerald Appel in 1979 as a market timing tool. MACD uses two exponential moving averages with different bar periods, which are then subtracted to form what Mr. Appel calls the Fast Line. A 9-period moving average of the fast line creates the slow...
I wondered once if a MACD was based on an EMA/EMA/SMA or SMA/SMA/EMA (or WHATEVA/WHATEVA/WHATEVA).
Seems they're so many alternatives out there.
I decided to empower my audience more by choosing the type of moving averages you want for your MACD.
More options doesn't always mean better performance - but who knows - some might find a config that...
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Please take this example as a proof of concept/feasability. This follower said "I'm tired of manually filling the fields of my...
Counts crosses of the MACD and signal lines and derives entry signals. The code for counting the crosses, for deciding what counts as "close enough", and for auto-adjusting for resolutions 1D or longer, might be useful for Pinescripters. The entries and exits themselves are not intended to be used on their own, but could be used as confluence within a trading...
This is my modified macd indicator. It uses moving averages to determine the trend of the market. It is best used on lower time frames such as 5min and 15min. I found it useful especially with Forex pairs and also traditional markets.
This indicator will help you get in at a pullback in a trending market.
RED background tells you the trend is down. A possible...
MACD Percentage Price Oscillator is a variation of the MACD indicator. Signal line crossovers are almost identical. The major difference is the MACD Percentage scale which enables comparison between stocks at different prices.
MACD Percentage Price Oscillator's trading signals...
Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) is a trend indicator that enables to show crossing between two (L and H in this script) moving averages of prices. The MACD is calculated by subtracting the 26-day for H (12 for L) exponential moving average (EMA) from the 12-day for H (5 for L) EMA with used signal value is 1 as default in this script. MACD L, H and...