Hello traders and developers!
I compared different techniques to get momentum of the series.
The 4 samples are:
1) Raw difference between price and price some bars ago
2) Built-in "change" function
3) Built-in "mom" function
4) Jedi's momentum - difference between current and previous SMA multiplied by it's period
All results are identical.
So, we have two...
This indicator allows you to quickly view the true % change per candlestick (prev close > current close), but it also has 3 other customizable values for you to set your own % change conditions (such as open > high). Feel free to edit the script to suit your own needs as well.
Measures the period's change in terms of the instrument's value (e.g. pip, dollar, etc) instead of as a percentage. I generally use it on a daily time frame with a period=1 to see how the current day's move compares with prior days' moves in order to gain a perspective into how this move ranks historically.
This is little code snippet can be copied and pasted into your own strategies and indicators to easily calculate some interesting percentage change levels within a given lookback period.
The function will return:
The price change from the start to the end of the period
The price change from the start of the period to the highest point within the period
This script is very much beta!
This is a simple script to visualize how two symbols move in relation to each other. For example if the underlying symbol is a 2x Gold ETF (meaning the ticker moves at 2x the spot price of gold---if gold goes up 3% this ticker should go up 6%) and the comparison symbol is an 2x inverse gold ETF (at gold up 3% this should move down...
This indicator creates an trend channel based on an EMA/SMA combo and a Parabolc SAR indicator.
Watch for the peaks and the size of the red/green channel for possible trend change.
Can also be used as an Entry/Exit/Stop-Loss setting tool.
This script indicates the relative movement of price x volume.
Based on 'The Relative Momentum Index' by Roger Altman : February, 1993 issue of Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine.
While RSI counts up and down days from close to close, the Relative Momentum Index counts up and down days from the close relative to a...
This script was cannibalized by another member on here (Kudos given in Script). I trimmed down the script and created this to give a visual representation of the changing slope on exponential moving averages.