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Trend Intensity Index

The Trend Intensity Index (TTI) indicator can help determine the strength of the current market trend. The TII range is between 0 and 100, where typically a value above 50 is a bullish trend, and a value below 50 is a bearish trend.

Advanced Trend Pressure

The Advance Trend Pressure indicator shows the trend direction and strength line. It can additionally show the bullish and bearish components of the trend. Trend is determined using Close-Open, High-Close and Open-Close price (for a bearish candlestick) and Open-Close, High-Open and Close-Low prices (for a bearish candlestick) - i.e. the indicator uses the size and direction of candlestick bodies and the size of their shadows. It has three parameters: Period - indicator calculation period; Show lines Up and Down - showing the lines of the bullish and bearish components. Alert - used to display alerts when bullish and bearish lines crosses

Larry Williams Blast Off!

Indicator designed by Larry Williams, who in 2002 called this indicator Blast Off, which translated means to jump out. The indicator aims to identify price explosions, both positive and negative. To obtain this result the OPEN and CLOSE values are compared with HIGH and LOW and if the difference between the OPEN and the CLOSE of the day is less than 20% of the range (HIGH-LOW), the explosion is likely to occur of price, or if the absolute value of (OPEN-CLOSE) / HIGH-LOW is less than 20% a Blast Off is expected This indicator doesn't work on renko bars, or bars where high-low equals open-close.

Geometric Mean Moving Average

The Geometric moving average calculates the geometric mean of the previous N bars of a time series. The simple moving average uses the arithmetic mean, which means that it is calculated by adding the time series' value of the N previous bars and then dividing the result with the lookback period. The geometric mean on the other hand is calculated by multiplying the time series' N previous values (multiplication is used instead of the addition) and then taking the N'th root product of the last result.