Anchored Moving Average By Market Mindset - Zero To EndlessAnchored Moving Average?
An anchored moving average (AMA) is created when you select a point on the chart and start calculating the moving average from there. Thus the moving average’s denominator is not fixed but cumulative and dynamic.
In this indicator, I've provided three different types of Anchored Moving Averages, viz., WMA, SMA and VWAP.
WMA is relevant if big moves are there.
SMA is relevant if volume data is not to be considered or if it is not available.
VWAP is the standard anchored MA, which is most commontly used. Is consider the volume data along with the price move.
In this indicator, Auto anchor is time based anchor. A trader can opt for Pivot Type Anchor or Volume Type Anchor or some higher resolution based anchor too. The length of the pivot lookback can also be changed by the user.
It can be used for intraday, swing trading and even for technical based investment purpose.

# Wmas

Coppock Curve w/ Early Turns [QuantVue]The Coppock Curve is a momentum oscillator developed by Edwin Coppock in 1962. The curve is calculated using a combination of the rate of change (ROC) for two distinct periods, which are then subjected to a weighted moving average (WMA).
History of the Coppock Curve:
The Coppock Curve was originally designed for use on a monthly time frame to identify buying opportunities in stock market indices, primarily after significant declines or bear markets.
Historically, the monthly time frame has been the most popular for the Coppock Curve, especially for long-term trend analysis and spotting the beginnings of potential bull markets after bearish periods.
The signal wasn't initially designed for finding sell signals, however it can be used to look for tops as well.
When the indicator is above zero it indicates a hold. When the indicator drops below zero it indicates a sell, and when the indicator moves above zero it signals a buy.
While this indicator was originally designed to be used on monthly charts of the indices, many traders now use this on individual equities and etfs on all different time frames.
About this Indicator:
The Coppock Curve is plotted with colors changing based on its position relative to the zero line. When above zero, it's green, and when below, it's red. (default settings)
An absolute zero line is also plotted in black to serve as a reference.
In addition to the classic Coppock Curve, this indicator looks to identify "early turns" or potential reversals of the Coppock Curve rather than waiting for the indicator to cross above or below the zero line.
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Seer's HutThis is a strategy based on Exponential Moving Averages or Volume Weighted Moving Averages against Adaptive fib resistance / support level and profit percentage which can be definetly defined by user and targeting small profits(profits will be raised by leverages).
In this strategy, there are predefined values which are collected one by one with statistical background and backtests. This gives an advantage to see which ratios are working better for each symbol. Also this statistics are re-evaluated monthly and if there is a need they are going to be changed with the help of libraries. Also IT IS RECOMMENDED TO USE IN DAILY INTERVAL GRAPHICS!!!!
When we deep dive to strategy, it is based on profit percentages. it is similar to the MOST system. MOST only changes the way with default value of %2. But this hardcoded strategy is not working well with each Symbol.
So this is the point where DC and ADR Statistics are involved.
For Ex. while BTC is suits well with %2, it does not do wonders for RSR or RUNE which is 4-5% for each.
There is 3 options for setting the statistical usage of this indicator.
1. Auto calculated based on 1000 days of ADR and DC
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2. Using Library where statistical values are stored.
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3. User-defined values used. Yeah you read it right. Fully on-demand changes are supported. Which gives freedom to users for setup their own Adaptive FIB and Profit Percentages.
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Based on this 3 options, TP and SL points are calculated on bar closures. Strategy Orders are also shown / raised with the closures.
Ok, system calculates these values but how to read / use them. what is this strategy based on ?
This strategy is mostly looking for minimizing the LOSS in case of any stop. So because of this, in each TP, system gives order signal to close half of the remaining open position.
There are 7 type of orders
OL : Open Long (Close Short and Open Long if in position)
CL 50 : Close Long - %50 of Open Position
CL 100 : Close Long - Close all position
OS : Open Short (Close Long and Open Short if in position)
CL 50 : Close Short - %50 of Open Position
CL 100 : Close Short - Close all position
TP5 : Highest TP reached. Close all position.
Script checks cross of EMA / VWMA and adFib to decide open a position. In reversal / crosses, adFib line had been set to defined Fib. Percentage (FP) level.
For creating the TP points, Profit Percentage (PP) parameter had been used which I briefly introduce at the beginning with the options.
One important topic about this strategy, it is not stacking / pyramiding the positions. Which means, it always calculate one way position. For example we are in the long position after OL signal.
We reached TP values and take profits. Later on due to FP crossing EMA, OS order signal given. This means you have to close all long position and open short position.
But beware. These calculated points are based on given values or calculated regarding to average ADR / DC ratings. For supporting strategy, several methods also had been included in the options.
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These are:
1. MA plotting (Optional 4 EMA, 1WMA) - checking for Golden and Death Cross
2. Bollinger Bands (Length 25 and Multiplier 2.5 set as default. Used in correlation with TEMA)
3. Kama 2 / Kama 5 - Crossing speaks of Trend way
4. TEMA (TEMA 50, VWMA 25 calculations and plotting. Used for TEMA 50 / VWMA 25 / SMA 25 cross checks for weakening or strengthening trend analysis)
5. ATR plotting
6. Chandelier Exit plotting (Widely used for calculating Stop levels in market)
7. PSAR (Widely used for indicating trend reversal)
Also for the ease of use, if the users does not want to plot any values on the graph and just want to see the values there is couple of tables also included.
1. EMA info
2. KAMA info
3. Order info
4. TP/SL info
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Some important notes:
1. To minimize the stop just after the order opening candle in volatile grounds, system prevents to raise new order signals if there is a signal already raised in last 4 candle.
2. if system reach and give close order in one of the TP points (For Ex TP1.), then index goes down and goes up again same TP (above TP1 in scenario) after 4 candle, system gives a close order signal again in the same TP.
3. There is a Profit Factor value had been shown at Order Info table. This information shows how profitable is the setup regarding to given FP and PP values.
In general market conditions, A Profit Factor above 1.50 is considered good enough and above 2.0 it is considered ideal. A strategy with profit factor less than 1.20 suggests too bigger a risk taken for making money.
In some cases automatic ADR and DC calculations are not good enough. so if you want to find a good Profit Factor value, you can change the system automatic calculation to manual value entering and you can see the results directly with in this field.

Colorful Moving Averageswhat is Colorful Moving Averages?
This indicator allows you to use your favorite moving averages in their advanced form.
what it does?
It gives you easy access to the following information with a single indicator: the direction and momentum of the price,
rate of change of momentum (acceleration),
time-dependent change in momentum,
and all the other information a moving average provides.
it paints the selected moving average type according to the momentum it has, and also shows the momentum and acceleration values in a table. colors are interpreted as follows: the color of the moving average is red, the momentum is negative; A green color means the momentum is positive, and a yellow color means the momentum is 0. As the momentum changes, the moving average takes on different shades of these 3 colors. how it actually works can be easily understood at a glance.
"Δ" sign indicates momentum compressed between 100 and -100.
"Γ" sign indicates the momentum of the momentum, that is the acceleration. its values are compressed between 100 and -100.
how it does it?
it uses this formulas:
how to use it?
First, select the moving average type you want to use. then set the length and source. Now, with a single indicator, you can observe both the distance of the price from the mean, its instantaneous momentum relative to the last candle by looking at the symbol "Δ", the current change of momentum by looking at the symbol "Γ", and the time-dependent change in its momentum by looking at the colors. you can also see the maximum and minimum points where the momentum is equal to 0.

TwV Market SignalsSignals Indicator
Summary
This indicator allows traders to have in handy short and long signals and estimate the trend of the market.
The indicator draws Long and Short signals depending on the trend analysis. The indicators also use meaningful colors for traders to be able to visually understand the graphs, such us fillings on EMAs, so the possible trend is represented.
The colors used are light green for bullish, red for bearish, dark green for possible bearish to bullish change and purple for possible bullish to bearish change. These colors are applicable to all fillings and summary box.
How to use this indicator
The use of EMAs 10,20 and 50 draw the medium to long term trends, therefore avoiding signals against the trend. Furthermore the EMAs will advise possible change in trends, specially considering the 10 and 20 cross, considering that crossing the 10,20 and 50, might confirm the change in med to long term trend change of the price. This is completely visual in the chart as it tints green for positive trend and yellow to red for negative trend.
The 200 SMA is included as it also gives better confirmation to the trend, the basics tell that when the EMAs mentioned above are below the 200 SMA then the likelihood for entries in long positions are not the best and vice versa for short.
Therefore, the trader shall filter Long and Short Signals accordingly as this EMAs are not used to send Long and Short signals considering that they confirm the trend in a slow pace and not reactively to the price volatility.
There are two strategies built-in within the indicator:
Strategy 1 – Longer time trades and high volatility handling
The Long and Short Signals are based on 14 and EMAs (by default). This two Mas are used to send signals based on their crossovers as they are way more reactive to the price movement.
Trader shall consider that EMAs are used for higher timeframes, therefore the indicator has the possibility to adjust the EMAs and use SMAs or WMAs instead for one or the two parameters (14 and 21).
WMAs react faster to the price volatility so the trader shall adjust this according to the timeframe being used. (Lower timeframes suggested).
This strategy is used for trades that might keep running for longer periods of times.
For reference on what the SMAs, EMAs and WMAs are, please see below sections in the description.
Strategy 2 - Shorter time trades and unhandled high volatility
The Long and Short Signals are bases on HMA. HMAs (Hull Moving Averages) track the price movement and volatility way faster that SMAs, EMAs and WMAs, therefore as the HMA follow the price quicker, it is intended for short time trades even in higher timeframes.
Scalping is not suggested using this strategy as HMA do not handle high volatility even on higher timeframes.
One of the biggest differences from the first strategy is that there is no more than a single HMA length to work with, which is 24 as default.
HMAs calculation is different to other MAs, therefore combining various HMAs lengths looking for crossovers become trend identification a lot less precise. HMAs are not intended to be used with different length crossovers.
Exit points = The use of Stochastic and VRVP
Stochastic RSI
It is well known that when Stochastic RSI resets when overbought or oversold therefore traders have within a summary box the possibility to check whether the K & D lines in the Stochastic RSI hace crossed over bullish or bearish.
Although the crossover is not mandatory for a change trend, the crossover might be used by the trader to exit a position considering that the price might move on the opposite direction.
Traders shall look at the summary box, where bullish and bearish crossovers are shown, so they evaluate their position exit.
Visible Range Volume Profile
The use of the VRVP is to find support and resistance on the price movements. Although high and lows are used as possible supports and resistances, VRVP shows an area of confluence on the order book, where volume of positions are accumulated and that might act as support or resistance depending on the price direction.
Traders can visually activate the VRVP to see the Point of Control (POC) directly on the chart as a line (similar as how a support or resistance would be drawn). Moreover, traders have the ability to see within the summary box, whether to see if the price is above or below the POC, so they clearly know if it is acting as support or resistance.
Price Direction
Trade the market trend is well know to be used to identify possible price direction. It is important not to confuse the longer time trend drawn by the EMAs with the TTM Trend bar color. The TTM trend colors bars according to the price direction, helping traders not to confuse when a red bar appears on an up trend or green bars on a down trend.
This coloring helps traders not to exit trades based on bar coloring, which might psychologically affect when scalping or short-term trading specially.
Originally, the TTM trend is used considering the ADX in and indicator called TTM Squeeze, where the strength of the movement is measured, therefore although candle colors help with the price direction, ADX provides the trader the ability to see whether the direction is losing momentum and then catch the best possible exit before the direction change.
How to use Summary
1. Receive the Long or Short Signals using strategy 1 or 2, depending on the selected in the main menu of the indicator.
2. Evaluate the trend based on the 10,20, 50 and 200 MAs. Filter the Long and Short signals accordingly.
3. Monitor constantly the TTM Trend and the ADX for the direction and strength of the position entered and review if the momentum is being lost, considering step 4 or other possible reasons that might lead to exiting the position.
4. Once entered to a position evaluate constantly the Stochastic RSI bearish or bullish crossover or POC value on screen or summary box to exit the position.
Terminology basics
Trend indicators
Exponential Moving Average (EMAs): The base indicator is composed of moving averages of 10, 20 and 55 exponential periods, to determine a possible bullish or bearish trend (EMA Crossing)
Simple Moving Average (SMA): The base indicator is composed of a moving average of 200 simple periods, which in conjunction with the EMAs can lead to estimate potential upward or downwards moves, as well as possible resistances. (SMA Positioning)
Weighted moving average (WMA): It is a technical indicator that traders use to generate trade direction and make a long or short position. It assigns greater weighting to recent data points and less weighting on past data points. (WMA Crossing)
Strength and S/R indicators
VPVR (Volume Profile Visible Range): It allows to determine the Point of Control (POC) which is the node with the highest volume profile. This can be used as an important retest point or to calculate potential support and resistance. The POC level is represented with a red dotted line in the graph.
The VPVR is a simplified version of the “TwV Multi-timeframe Dynamic VRVP” that you can find for free use in my profile. This version calculates the main’s timeframe POC and also has the possibility to be fixed range if the trader enables it from the menu. (Dynamic range by default).
ADX (Average Directional Index): The ADX helps the indicator to estimate the strength of the movement, always considering the DI+ and DI- to not go against the trend strength. This is represented as summary text in a table.
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Exit indicator
Stochastic RSI: It is an indicator used in technical analysis that ranges between zero and a hundred and is created by applying the Stochastic oscillator formula to a set of relative strength index (RSI) values rather than to standard price data. Using RSI values within the Stochastic formula gives traders an idea of whether the current RSI value is overbought or oversold (Exit zones)
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Summary Panel
This panel allows the trader to have a summary of the current status (bearish or bullish) of some of the most determinant indicators within the strategy. It has the following characteristics:
It is placed on the right bottom side of the chart by the default. Traders can change its position or hidden it through the main menu of the indicator.
Its colors change according to the indicator’s values and constant change for easier detection.
The summary box shows the projection for each of the indicators (Trend, Stochastic, EMA, VPVR and ADX).
The summary box is multi-language (English and Spanish), which can be changes in the main menu of the indicator
Alerts
Within the indicator’s menu, you can set up alerts for all long, short, close long and close short signals, which might come in handy when the trader would like to have notifications on the Trading View website, desktop app or phone apps. Furthermore, there are also signals for possible exit points, which can also be activated from the indicator’s menu.

Trend SuggestionsThis brings together a number of variables to produce trend predictions that could be utilized as decision-making tools.
Uses the aforementioned price and volume derivatives
- A moving average and three weighted moving averages (WMA1, WMA2, WMA3)
- Super Trend Line (ST)
- Opening Range Breakout on Five Minutes, Resistance Bands Pocket pivots, support, and price volume
he Direction is determined by the High and Low Bands of WMAs and the Supertrend Line, which are used to determine the Upper and Lower Lines around the Price. When the price passes below the lower boundary of the band, a downtrend is said to have begun.
Similarly, for an uptrend, this continues until the price passes over the upper edge of the band. Teal for an uptrend and fuchsia for a downturn area shared by the band to identify the trend.
The first five minutes of the breakout lines have a tiny buffer augmentation of 11% applied to them.
Based on what has been observed, support and resistance zones have been somewhat changed from the figures that are often utilized (might work other markets as well)
The markings that may be seen are as follows:
- Blue Triangle indicates a pocket pivot with an upward bias;
- Maroon Triangle indicates a pocket pivot with a downward bias;
- Teal colored Diamonds indicate price upthrusts and potential trend confirmation locations, depending on success or failure.
- Similar backdrop color changes that look as vertical shading are also used to identify them.
- Fuchsia-colored diamonds indicate price declines and a potential trend, depending on whether it persists or fails.
- Dark green and maroon square boxes indicate potential price reversals in the support and resistance bands, respectively.
It goes without saying that this work is derived from numerous other open-source community initiatives.
Feel free to adjust anything you'd like, and we appreciate any feedback.

TT Multibands MTFThis Multi Moving Average Indicator is for a long list of Moving Averages:
- Simple Moving Average (SMA)
- Exponential Moving Average (EMA)
- Weighted Moving Average (WMA)
- Hull Moving Average (HMA)
- Double Exponential Moving Average (DEMA)
- Triple Exponential Moving Average (TEMA)
- Volume Weighted Moving Average (VWMA)
- Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA)
- Relative Moving Average (RMA)
- Arnaud Legoux’s Moving Average (ALMA)
Advantages:
- Auto Plotting the Lable: < TIMEFRAME + BAND TYPE + LENGTH >
- Multi TimeFrame (MTF)
- Usable with Custom Time Frames: You can choose any Time Frame out of your Custom Time Frame List
- "No Repainting"
- "No Gaps" on lower Chart Time Frames (HD, no "Stairs")
"No Repainting" and "No Gaps" TRUE
"No Gaps" FALSE

Multiple Moving Avg MTF TableThis script replaces the other script that was just the SMAs that where in a Multi Time Frame Table as this was a redo of that one and this one is SO MUCH MORE!!!!
Not only does this one do the Simple Moving Avg 5, 10, 20, 50, 120, 200 into a table that shows Current/Hourly/Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Quarterly ( 3M )/ Yearly. It now does Exponential Moving Avg , Weighted Moving Avg , and Volume Weight Moving Avg along with Simple Moving Avg.
I still use this script so that you can quickly capture the values so that short-term, and long-term resistance and support can be determined during market hours. Even better now you can select between SMA / EMA / WMA /or VWMA .
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The table will change to the values based on the Choice of the type of Moving Avg and if you change the default values.
Now it will take a little bit for the table to show up, so please be patient. I have tested it with stocks, forex, and crypto.

Hull Weighted Exponential Moving AverageBINANCE:BTCUSDT
Open source version of the Hull Weighted Exponential Moving Average as described by Vincent Charles in [ Hull-WEMA: A Novel Zero-Lag Approach in the Moving Average Family ]
█ OVERVIEW
The study takes into considerations two variants of MA.
Namely:
Weighted Exponential Moving Average (WEMA)
Hull Moving Average (HMA)
WEMA, which was introduced in 2013, has been widely used in different scenarios but still suffers from lags.
To address this shortcoming, a novel zero-lag Hull-WEMA method is proposed that combines HMA and WEMA.
Results show that the new approach achieves a better accuracy level than both HMA and WEMA.
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The indicator generates:
a LONG signal when switching color from RED to GREEN
a SHORT signal when switching color from GREEN to RED
Additionally is available an option to color the candles on your chart to confirm the signals and filter ranges.

pickle financialversion 1.0
A multi-use indicator
FEATURES:
1) Robust VWAP with up to 3 deviations that can be adjusted for Session, Week, Month, Quarter, Year, Decade, Century, Earnings , Dividend, & Split intervals
2) 20 customizable Moving Averages that can be changed to EMAs, SMAs , WMAs, SMMAs, and VWMAs; can also be adjusted to Candle Closes, Highs, Lows, Opens, HLC3, HL2 , OHLC4, & HLCC4
-Praise be lady VWAP

[MACLEN] TRUE RANGEThis is a true range (TR) based strategy with weighted moving average (WMA) smoothing to remove noise.
In addition, it includes a risk management strategy using 4 "safes" in the same operation to always seek to make a profit.
This is for evaluation only, and it is not recommended to use with real money.
It is a work in progress. I read your comments.