Guppy Multiple Moving Average Indicator For MT4

In this article we present a custom indicator for Metatrader 4 that displays the Guppy Multiple Moving Averages (GMMA) indicator on any price chart. The indicator can be modified to calculate moving averages with different types of prices (such as closing price, opening price or maximum price) and to use different moving averages instead of EMA, such as SMA and … Read more

VIDYA Moving Average Indicator for MT4

In this article we are going to present a custom indicator for Metatrader 4 that is designed to display a VIDYA adaptive moving average overlaid on the price action on the price charts. This indicator can be modified to calculate the moving average with different price types (closing price, opening price, maximum price, minimum price, median price, typical price and … Read more

Moving Average Envelopes Indicator

Envelopes, a trend following indicator Channels moving averages or Envelopes (Moving Average Envelopes) are channels whose lines, upper and lower are calculated as a deviation percentage of a simple moving average or exponential moving average. Each line is at the same percentage above and below the central moving average. This creates two parallel strips that follow the price action. This … Read more

KAMA Adaptive Moving Average Indicator for Metatrader 4

KAMA moving average

In this article we present a modified indicator for Metatrader 4 designed to plot the KAMA Adaptive Moving Average on any price chart of this platform. It can be modified to show the moving average with different types of prices, such as the closing price, the opening price or the maximum price of each period. Before talking about this modified indicator, we are going to explain what the KAMA moving average is.

What is the KAMA moving average?

KAMA is short for Kaufman’s Adaptive Moving Average. This moving average is designed to automatically adapt to changing trend conditions, thanks to its calculation formula, which is similar to the one used to calculate the exponential moving average (EMA). The difference between the two moving averages is the smoothing factor K, which in the KAMA is determined by a much more complex formula than in the EMA.

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Fractal Adaptive Moving Average (FRAMA)

The Fractal Adaptive Moving Average (FRAMA) is an adaptive and intelligent moving average developed by John Ehlers. It takes into account and gives higher priority precisely to price changes and closely follows the price when it shows significant movements, while in range markets it remains flat without presenting major changes. It uses the fractal dimension of market prices to dynamically adjust its smoothing period

FRAMA takes advantage of the fact that markets are fractals and dynamically adjusts the look-back period based on this fractal geometry. The actual calculation of this moving average is very elaborate and complicated. FRAMA is often used in combination with other signals and analysis techniques.

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Intraday Trading System Using Moving Averages and Stochastic

15 minutes intraday trading system

This  is quite simple intraday trading system for 15 minutes candlestick charts which is based on exponential moving averages (EMA) and the stochastic oscillator. The rules of this strategy are very simple as we shall see below: This trading system is specifically designed for intraday trading. For this reason all open positions using this technique should be closed at the … Read more

Trading Strategy Based on Momentum Changes in Different Time Frames

SPY price chart - H2 time frame

Certainly the approaches to trade in the financial markets are numerous and varied. Many traders base their strategies on the fundamentals of supply and demand while others use more technical tools such as moving averagesprice oscillators and other. In this article we study an interesting approach based on market momentum interpreted through the RSI indicator.

First of all we will  indicate that the markets are indeed driven by changes in supply and demand. However, these changes are not always due to the publication of news and relevant market indicators or related events. Sometimes the markets move in one direction or another due to different factors that can not be predicted by fundamentals, such as a correction when a trend starts to run out. This is where certain indicators such as the RSI can be useful.

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Hull Moving Average – Ultimate Guide

Description of Hull moving average (HMA), a little-known type of moving average that almost eliminates lag in relation to price action compared to traditional moving averages.

A moving average over the price of a financial asset, such as a stock or currency pair, is a high-value trend indicator. It is possibly the most famous and widely used trading indicator of all.

Typically, the three most commonly used classic moving averages are as follows: simple, exponential, and weighted.

But today we are going to explain a little-known moving average, which is considered by many to be one of the best that exists.

It is the Hull moving average.

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Perry Kaufman Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA)

Hello to all our followers, today we bring you an article where we explain in detail a moving average indicator called KAMA.

This indicator was developed by Perry Kaufman, and is an adaptive moving average designed to take into account the volatility or “market noise”. The KAMA moving average approaches prices when price fluctuations are relatively small and noise is low. In addition, the KAMA will move away when price swings widen and follow prices from a greater distance. This trend following indicator can be used to identify the general trend, market inflection points, and to filter price movements.

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Vegas Trading Strategy With Moving Averages Tunnels

A type of trading strategy that has been used for some years to trade successfully in the Forex market and with other financial instruments is based on moving averages tunnels such as the Vegas systems. In summary, these are discretionary systems for swing trading which are based on moving averages envelopes. To better understand how works this type of strategy we will explain in detail a system known as Vegas Wealth Builder.
The author of this strategy has defined the following steps for implementation:

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