I'll start by reminding you who David Weis is. He is a follower of theories developed by Mr. Richard Wyckoff as early as in the beginning of the 20th century. David Weis is one of the most well-known Wyckoff experts in the world, with extensive practical experience.
Richard built a chart manually, splitting the market moves into a sequence of up and down waves....
Renko with Volume and Time in the box was developed by David Weis (Authority on Wyckoff method) and his student.
I like this style (I don't know what it is officially called) because it brings out the potential of Wyckoff method and Renko, and looks beautiful.
I can't find this style Indicator anywhere, so I made something like it, then I named "Numbers Renko"...
This indicator can be used to help you tell the difference between Wyckoff Accumulation and Distribution.
The idea is to add up all the Buy Volume and all the Sell Volume separately from the beginning of the Trading Range (TR) for each candle. You can define the Start and End dates in the settings of the indicator.
The indicator will show you 3 numbers of...
This indicator is based on the Weis Wave described by David H. Weis in his book Trades About to Happen: A Modern Adaptation of the Wyckoff Method, more info how to use this indicator can also be found in this video . The Weis Wave is an adaptation of Richard D. Wyckoff’s method Wave Charts. It works in all time periods and can be applied to all asset types. For...
"The Wyckoff Wave is a weighted index consisting of 12 stocks that are leaders in their perspective industries. It was introduced by the Stock Market Institute in 1931.
Made up of leaders in the important stock groups, the Wyckoff Wave represents the core of the American industrial complex.
The Wyckoff Wave has been a market indicator for Wyckoff students for...
Google translation from Russian:
This is VSA bar-by-bar analysis.
Spread, volume and progress are analyzed.
Spread is the difference between the current closing price and the previous one.
Progress is determined by dividing price by volume.
For each parameter (spread, volume, progress), a score is assigned according to the following assessment system:
This indicator is based on the Weis Wave described by David H. Weis in his book Trades About to Happen: A Modern Adaptation of the Wyckoff Method, more info how to use this indicator can be found in this video . The Weis Wave is an adaptation of Richard D. Wyckoff’s method Wave Charts. It works in all time periods and can be applied to all asset types.
// The Stock Market Institute (SMI) describes an propriety indicator the "SMI Wyckoff Wave" for US Stocks. This code is an attempt to make a Wyckoff Wave for the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).
// The JSE Wyckoff Wave is in a separate code. This is the code for the volume of the wave. Please see code for the JSE Wyckoff Wave which goes with this indicator.
(Google translation from Russian.)
This indicator is based on the efficiency of bulls and bears for VSA and has the same parameters.
Its only difference is that all the values of the efficiency of bulls and bears for VSA indicator are sequentially added here.
I want to note that the Period spread - Bars from close to close argument was made for experimental...
( Google translation from Russian.)
1. There is a bar with an increased volume
2. The next bar after the bar with increased volume closes in the other direction
Comparison period - the period during which the volumes are compared with each other to calculate the bars with the increased volume.
sensitivity of increased volumes...
(Google translation from Russian.)
This indicator shows the effectiveness of selling or buying.
It is calculated as follows: using percentrank, the volume and the value of the spread are estimated (momentum = 1)
the resulting estimate of the volume value is divided by the estimate of the spread (momentum = 1) and thus we obtain the value. The larger it is, the...
This indicator is similar to the Weis Wave Volume indicator in that it shows cumulative volume for each up and down price wave. However it is calculated differently, using the Jurik moving average to determine turning points. Use this in conjunction with the R100 Wave indicator to determine the best fit Jurik length and power settings.
A great indicator to help...
This is a Wave (or Zig Zag) indicator I made to use in conjunction with the Wave Volume indicator I use.
It uses the Jurik moving average to determine turning points, and will plot the tops and bottoms of the wave based on the most recent high- so you can also use to quickly find pivot highs and lows. If you are using with the R100 Wave Volume indicator, first...
This script shows when buyers are in a rush to buy and when sellers are in a rush to sell
Prophet Mohamed Peace be upon Him once said something similar to this "It is not advisable to trade if you do not know the
In his book "The Day Trader's Bible -...
This is a script to draw a square wave on the chart, with an indicator for current price.
Markets undergoing Dow Jones or Wyckoff Accumulation/Distribution cycles tend to move in such waves, and if the period of the cycles are detected, a signal for accumulation/distribution phases can be created as an early warning.
- Average True Range as the...