Vertical Horizontal Filter indicator is a tool that can be used to identify market conditions (ranging or trending). It measures if the price is going vertical (uni-directional) or horizontal (non-directional).
The Vertical Horizontal Filter is a technical analysis indicator created by Adam White in 1991. He described it in the “Issues of Futures”...
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 script shows when price is in a range or trending. When the green line rises above the threshold the price is trending. When the green line falls below the threshold it's ranging. You may try adjusting the lookback way far back to find more areas of resistance.
It shows how many instances the current price has been crossed in the past...
Original Idea by Invsto
In this indicator, I explore the core concepts of RSI and extend it with smoothening to determine volatility.
LIME/GREEN : High Volatility and BULLISH trend
RED/FUCHSIA : High Volatility and BEARISH trend
GRAY: Low volatility/Potential Chop Zone
This indicator measures the distance between the Guppy EMAs.
Fast and Slow Guppy distances are plotted based on traditional Chris Moody Guppy colors.
Green = Long Term Bullish
Red = Long Term Bearish
Gray = Neither
Similarly colors for ST Bullish and Bearish signals based on Guppy.
Thank you, CM and xkavalis!