Multiple Series Indicators

The multiple series indicators have in common that they are built from from two moving averages or from a single moving average and a volatility measure. For both the moving averages and the volatility measures you may choose from different options. Altogether there are over 30 moving averages and 8 different volatility measures that can be selected.

The concept of the Fibonacci Bands indicator was described by Suri Dudella in his book “Trade Chart Patterns Like the Pr [...]
The Multiple Bollinger Bands indicator is similar to the Multiple Deviation Bands. Both indicators offers a selection of [...]
The Multiple Deviation Bands are a generalized version of the Bollinger Bands. While the Bollinger Bands are built from [...]
The Multiple Keltner Channels indicator is a generalized version of the Keltner Channels, replacing the SMA with any of [...]
The Moving Average Cross is an indicator that plots a fast and a slow moving average. For both averages you may select f [...]
A standard MACD applies two exponential moving averages. The Multiple MACD offers a selection of 30 different moving ave [...]
The MA Wave, or Multiple Moving Average Wave indicator, includes the EMA(34) Wave as introduced by Raghee Horner in her [...]
The Multiple Rainbow indicator displays 100 moving averages with ascending lookback periods. The default lookback period [...]
This is an indicator which is based on the True Strength Index (TSI) developed by Willam Blau and published in his book [...]
As the name implies, the Rainbow Oscillator indicator displays 100 oscillator values with ascending lookback periods, as [...]
The Residual Deviation Bands are comparable to Bollinger Bands and our Multi Deviation Bands. However, the deviation is [...]
The SuperTrend U11 is a trailing stop indicator which is built from a baseline and a volatility offset from that baselin [...]