There are different and better way's to see price data, a candlestick chart is one of the best way to see the price since you have access to the open/high/low/close information, this is really efficient and can allow for naked non parametric trading strategies (candlesticks patterns) . But what about making candles out of indicators ? There are...
A piercing pattern is known in technical analysis to be a potential signal for a bullish reversal. The formation in its strictest form is rather rare, but tends to perform better the longer the downtrend in front of it. When technical studies such as RSI, Stochastic or MACD are showing a bullish divergence at the same time a piercing pattern appears, it...
The previously proposed sequential filter aimed to filter variations lower than a certain period, this allowed to remove noisy variations and retain only the closing price values that occurred after a consecutive up/down, however because of the noisy nature of the closing price large filtering was impossible, in order to tackle to this problem the same indicator...
This time I took the pattern recognizer from a previous script I worked.
It overlays the Arrows on the chart.
#Maroon colour: Strong bearish signal
#Red colour: Bearish signal
#Dark Green colour: Strong bullish signal
#Lime: Bullish signal
NOTE: Also, you can untick the patterns you don't find useful, but I kept every pattern to get a complete...
This strategy is used as a benchmark to see how it compares with other strategies posted by me recently. In all, the below collection of candlestick patterns appears to be one of the best among the ones that can be found here, imho.
uses reversal candles to determine accumulation and distribution candles
remembers the last reversal candle and draws a support or resistance line at the reversal level
does a barcolor if the price breaks support/resistance
similar to the hoffman a/d breakout indicator but there is no trend detection components
Removing irregular variations in the closing price remain a major task in technical analysis, indicators used to this end mostly include moving averages and other kind of low-pass filters. Understanding what kind of variations we want to remove is important, irregular (noisy) variations have mostly a short term period, fully removing them can be complicated if the...
//Candle Patterns Ranked by Performance THOMAS N. BULKOWSKI
//1. Bearish Three Line Strike +Up 67.38%
//2. Bullish Three Line Strike -Down 65.23%
//3. Bearish Three Black Crows -Down 59.83%
//4. Bearish Evening Star -Down 55.85%
//5. Bullish Upside Tasuki Gap +Up 54.44%
//6. Bullish Inverted Hammer -Down 51.73%
//7. Bullish Matching Low -Down 50.00%
Black Spinning Top
White Spinning Top
Bearish Abandoned Baby
Bearish Advance Block
Bearish Below The Stomach
Bearish Belt Hold
Bearish Counter Attack Lines
Bearish Dark Cloud Cover
Bearish Deliberation Blok
Bearish Descending Hawk
Bearish Doji Star
Bearish Downside Gap Three Methods
Bearish Downside Tasuki Gap
Displays "spike days" by colouring the bars (Default: yellow for a Spike High and blue for a Spike Low)
Spike Day's definition taken from Jack D Schwager's Book: A Complete Guide to the Futures Market: Technical Analysis, Trading Systems, Fundamental Analysis, Options, Spreads, and Trading Principles
A spike is:
A wide difference between the spike high and...