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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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.

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.

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.
█ SIGNALS
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