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Awesome System 0

Posted on 3, March 2014

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Description for Awesome SID 970 This system uses the Awesome Oscillator developed by Bill Williams. The histogram type oscillator was used to compare trading momentum between a short period against a long period. The aim was to provide a wider range of data to assist in entry decisions. Notes for this Trading Account: This system uses the Awesome Oscillator developed by Bill Williams. The histogram type oscillator was used to compare trading momentum between a short period against a long period. The aim was to provide a wider range of data to assist in entry decisions. When using the AO,

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Accelerator System 0

Posted on 3, March 2014

in Category SID

Description for Accelerator SID 184 The Accelerator Decelerator oscillator was introduced by Bill Williams. It’s main objective is identify the direction of the market from a short period of price action data. To use the indicator one would look for patterns such as the saucer or pikes. Gen Notes for this Trading Account: The Accelerator Decelerator oscillator was introduced by Bill Williams. It’s main objective is identify the direction of the market from a short period of price action data. To use the indicator one would look for patterns such as the saucer or pikes. Generally one wouldn’t trade a

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Awesome Oscillator 0

Posted on 3, March 2014

in Category SID

Description for AO SID 218 Awesome Oscillator developed by Bill Williams. The logic for this technical analysis indicator: #Awesome Oscillator developed by Bill Williams. my ($short_period,$long_period)=@_; $short_period = 5 unless $short_period; $long_period = 34 unless $long_period; my $median = (High+Low)/2; my $ao = SMA($median,$short_period)-SMA($median,$long_period); return ($ao)

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Accelerator Decelerator Oscillator 0

Posted on 3, March 2014

in Category SID

Description for AC SID 465 Accelerator/Decelerator Oscillator created by Bill Williams. The logic for this technical analysis indicator: #Accelerator/Decelerator Oscillator created by Bill Williams. #Dependencies: Awesome Oscillator. my ($period)=@_; $period = uc($period); $period = 5 unless $period; my $Awesome = AO(); my $iAC = $Awesome – SMA($Awesome,$period); return $i

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Gator Oscillator 0

Posted on 3, March 2014

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Description for GatorOscillator SID 168 The Gator Oscillator was developed by Larry Williams to determine the start and end of a trend based on the Alligator. The logic for this technical analysis indicator: #The Gator Oscillator was developed by Larry Williams to determine the start and end of a trend based on the Alligator. my ($jaw,$teeth,$lips) = Alligator(13,8,8,5,5,3); my $topBars = abs($jaw-$teeth); my $bottomBars = (abs($teeth-$lips))*-1; SetColumnName($topBars, “Top Bars.”); SetColumnName($bottomBars, “Bottom Bars.”); return ($topBars,$bottomBars)

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Elder Ray 0

Posted on 18, February 2014

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Description for ElderRay SID 933 The Elder Ray strategy is based on 2 oscillators; Bull Power and Bear Power. Both of which was developed by Dr Alexander Elder. The aim of the oscillators was to show buying and selling power within the market. Notes for this Trading Account: The Elder Ray strategy is based on 2 oscillators; Bull Power and Bear Power. Both of which was developed by Dr Alexander Elder. The aim of the oscillators was to show buying and selling power within the market. This system is an interpretation of this and the following principles are applied: –

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Awesome Oscillator Chart 0

Posted on 23, January 2014

in Category SID

Description for AO SID 944 The Awesome Oscillator created by Bill Williams, is used for analysing market momentum using 2 different periods. One short period and one long period. The logic for this technical analysis chart: #Awesome Oscillator Chart. my $median = (High+Low)/2; my $ao = SMA($median,5)-SMA($median,34); PlotColumn($ao,Red,Vline); PlotFixedLine(0,Yellow)

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Awesome Oscillator 0

Posted on 23, January 2014

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Description for AO SID 495 The Awesome Oscillator created by Bill Williams, is used for analysing market momentum using 2 different periods. One short period and one long period. The logic for this technical analysis indicator: #The Awesome Oscillator created by Bill Williams, is used for analysing market momentum using 2 different periods. One short period and one long period. #The short period is defaulted to 5. #The long period is defaulted to 34. my $median = (High+Low)/2; my $ao = SMA($median,5)-SMA($median,34); return ($ao)

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Welles Wilder’s Relative Strength Index (RSI) 0

Posted on 6, September 2013

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Description for RSId SID 825 Welles Wilder’s Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a popular oscillator that ranges between zero and 100. Reading’s above 70 indicate the instrument is overbought, while readings below 30 indicate the instrument is oversold. Popular values for the RSI inclu The logic for this technical analysis indicator:   #In this version of the RSI, a data column can be passed to the indicator rather than using the #default (close values). #It’s interpretation is the exactly the same as the standard RSI. #Example: RSIdata(Open,14); my ($data,$period)=@_; ValidatePeriods($period); my $yes=Ref($data,-1); my $up=If($data>$yes,$data-$yes,0); my $down=If($data<$yes,$yes-$data,0); my $smoothup = WWS($up,$period,1);

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Percentage Volume Oscillator (PVO) – A MACD like technical analysis ap 0

Posted on 17, June 2013

in Category SID

Description for PVO SID 206 Percentage Volume Oscillator (PVO) – A MACD like technical analysis applied to Volume. The logic for this technical analysis indicator: #Percentage Volume Oscillator (PVO) – A MACD like technical analysis applied to Volume. my ($period1,$period2,$smooth)=@_; #Validate the periods ValidatePeriods($period1,$period2,$smooth); #create the columns… my $macdline = EMA(Volume,$period1)-EMA(Volume,$period2); my $macds = EMA($macdline,$smooth); my $macdhist = $macdline-$macds; #rename the columns my $name=”PVO($period1,$period2,$smooth)”; SetColumnName($macdline , “$name:line”); SetColumnName($macds , “$name:signal”); SetColumnName($macdhist , “$name:hist”); #create the indicator with the columns return ($macdline,$macds,$macdhist)

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