Another way of finding out a rough estimate of the volume or how much bulls or bears were in control using only the range of the candlesticks in relation to the closing price. If the close is in the higher range zone then the volume is said to have been positive, if the close is in the lower range zone then the volume is said to have been negative. The close is...
This is a EMA Delta Oscillator: An attempt to show ranging markets based on the slope of the EMA.
Green = Bullish Market
Blue = Ranging Market
Red = Bearish Market
The EMA Slope is normalized to make it work like an oscillator with values between 0 and 1.
Bar colors show the oscillator colors, bar borders show the actual candle colors.
This public indicator helps you to find as many divergences with as many indicators you like, without the long hassle of knowing and coding the divergence yourself.
Just replace the "Divergence Condition" with your formula and give it a title in the second step, everything simply illustrated to someone without any coding experience!...
The Indicator is a combination of different types of measurements to the Price Action.
1. Spread: The Spread is set to measure your Symbol to another chosen Market like Dollar as Contra . But you can switch also between different markets.
2. Accumulation/Distribution with True Range of High or Low including OpenInterest. This only works with Futures...
Edit: More examples in comments, TV doesn't like to publish with split charts ;)
As a popular volume indicator, Accumulation Distribution Oscillator makes it easy and simple to interpret amplitude changes in the accumulation distribution. Either an observed peak in positive or negative amplitude can be used to snipe high/low points or a crossover from a positive...
William’s Variable Accumulation Distribution
The Williams Variable Accumulation Distribution (WVAD), developed by Larry Williams, is a volume-weighted price momentum indicator. It measures the buying and selling pressure by calculating the relationship between the number of points the market has moved from the open to close relative to the period’s entire range.