Category Archives: NinjaTrader Indicators

The NinjaTrader platform is a great choice for active traders with a technical approach. With our  Library, the platform allows for customizable technical indicators and real-time analysis. Our NinjaTrader 8 Indicators Library cover a wide range of techniques for technical analysis including Trend, Support & Resistance, Momentum, Price Action and Volume Analysis. NinjaTrader furthermore offers a brokerage service with access to futures and forex markets. In addition, NinjaTrader supports various supporting brokerages, including TD Ameritrade and Interactive Brokers for access to other markets, such as options, CFDs and equities.

Coral Trend Slope vs. Volatility Channel

The Coral Filter is a linear combination of moving averages, all obtained by a triple or higher order of exponential smoothing. To learn more about the Coral Filter, a.k.a. Coral Trend indicator, watch the video or continue reading below: As the name implies, it is a tool to determine trend bias, filtering out setups that…

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TDI Indicator REVISITED – with Bloodhound Tutorial

TDI setups and signals

In this Indicator Spotlight, we’re looking at the Traders Dynamic Index (TDI), an indicator that combines the RSI in three (3) timeframes…

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The ADXVMA Indicator and Adaptive Moving Averages

The ADXVMA indicator is an adaptive moving average and automatically responds to price volatility. Specifically, it follows price closely during trending markets whereas it is less sensitive during sideways action. To learn more about the ADXVMA indicator and adaptive moving averages, watch the video or continue reading below: Moving Averages vs. Adaptive Moving Averages Originally,…

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SuperTrend: A Versatile Stop Loss

SuperTrend M11

The SuperTrend indicator is an enhancement of the Maximum Adverse Excursion (MAE) concept, as introduced by John Sweeney in the mid-nineties. It is most commonly applied as a trailing stop indicator, adjusting to both prices and volatility. When volatility is high, the trailing stop is further away from prices. Conversely, when volatility is low, the…

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The Quantitative Qualitative Estimation Indicator

The Quantitative Qualitative Estimation ( QQE ) indicator is an offspring from Wilder’s famous Relative Strength Index ( RSI ). The base plot is an RSI smoothed over 5 periods supplemented by a signal line. The signal line is composed of a moving Average True Range (ATR). By smoothing the QQE and signal lines, the…

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The Arnaud Legoux Moving Average: Information Value vs. Information Confidence

In this Spotlight we’re looking at the Arnaud Legoux Moving Average (ALMA) which was developed as an alternative to conventional moving averages. Specifically, Legoux sought to create a smooth moving average without compromising responsiveness. To learn more, check out the video or continue reading below. The ALMA indicator is a linear filter whose coefficients are…

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Improving Fast Stochastic Setups

FastStoch for NT8

The Fast Stochastic is a momentum indicator developed by George Lane. On momentum, Lane is quoted as saying: “If you visualize a rocket going up in the air – before it can turn down, it must slow down. Momentum always changes direction before price.“ Therefore, stochastic setups are used in situations where a momentum fall-off may…

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Trigger Lines : Cross vs. Thrust

In this Indicator Spotlight, we’re looking at the Trigger Lines indicator which can be used as a trend filter. The Fast Trigger is a LinReg Indicator, similar to the standard NinjaTrader version. The signal line is calculated by applying an EMA to the linear regression indicator. Therefore, an identical plot can be achieved by simply…

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Chande Kroll Stop vs Chandelier Exit

Volatility Stop Chande Kroll for NT8

The Chande Kroll Stop was presented by Tushar Chande and Stanely Kroll in “The New Technical Trader”. It is a volatility based trailing stop and as most indicators in this category, it will help manage your profits by keeping positions open as long as they move in your favor. In this post we’ll compare the…

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Awesome Oscillator Strategy with Z-Score values

awesome oscillator strategy

In this Indicator Spotlight, we’re looking at the Z-score and how you can use it to normalize oscillator values. Specifically, we’ll show the Z-score can be used to condition entry and exit conditions for an Awesome Oscillator strategy. To learn more about the general idea behind the Z-score and how to apply it to the…

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