What are some open source cycle indicators available for use on TradingView?
There are several open source cycle indicators available for use on TradingView, including the Detrended Rhythm Oscillator (DRO), Cyclic Smoothed RSI Indicator, and Cycle Swing Indicator. These indicators are part of the Public & Open Source Cycle Indicators package and do not require any input or parameter as they automatically adjust the calculation according to the main market cycle. You can find more information about these indicators on page 1 and page 7 of this document.
Can you explain how to use the Cyclic Smoothed RSI Indicator?
Certainly! The Cyclic Smoothed RSI (csRSI) indicator is an enhancement of the classic Relative Strength Index (RSI) and is designed to help avoid the noisy signal of the RSI with static oversold/overbought areas, which can lead to many false trade signals. The csRSI provides a much cleaner, zero-lag signal line with adaptive bands to help identify better trade signals.
To use the csRSI indicator on TradingView, you can add it to your chart by selecting «Indicators» from the top menu and searching for «Cyclic Smoothed RSI» in the search bar. Once added, you can adjust the input parameters according to your preferences. The indicator will then display on your chart as a line with adaptive bands.
The csRSI indicator can be used in various ways, such as identifying overbought/oversold conditions, spotting divergences between price and momentum, and generating buy/sell signals based on crossovers of the signal line and adaptive bands. However, it is important to note that no indicator is foolproof and should always be used in conjunction with other technical analysis tools and risk management strategies.
How can I integrate the Cycles app with TradingView charts?
To integrate the Cycles app with TradingView charts, you can use the Cycles App Integration feature. This provides a back-to-back integration between your TradingView charts and the cycle analysis toolset, allowing you to keep your TradingView chart data synced in real-time with the cycle analysis API and cycle application. This allows you to monitor active cycles in your TradingView chart for any symbol and time-frame.
The first step is to set up a separate alert-condition via a new pine script and attach it to your chart that you want to use for cycle analysis. You can find more information on how to do this on page 17 of this document.
Once you have set up the alert-condition, you can link your TradingView charts with the Cycles app via webhooks alerts. This will enable live data updates and transfer composite cycle models back to the TradingView chart. You can find more information on how to do this on page 16 of this document.
It is important to note that using the Cycles app integration feature requires some technical knowledge and may not be suitable for all users.
What is the purpose of the Detrended Rhythm Oscillator (DRO)?
The main purpose of the Detrended Rhythm Oscillator (DRO) is to analyze historical data in order to observe cycles in a market’s movement. The DRO can give the technical analyst a better sense of a cycle’s typical high/low range as well as its duration. The DRO is an improvement over the standard DPO (Detrended Price Oscillator) because it automatically detects and highlights cycle lengths, making it easier for traders to identify potential trade opportunities.
The DRO is part of the Public & Open Source Cycle Indicators package and is available for use on TradingView. You can find more information about the DRO on page 3 of this document, including a direct link to the TradingView indicator.
Is there a difference between public and advanced cycle indicators?
Yes, there is a difference between public and advanced cycle indicators. Public cycle indicators are freely available for use on TradingView and other charting platforms, and do not require any input or parameter as they automatically adjust the calculation according to the main market cycle. These indicators are designed to be user-friendly and accessible to traders of all levels.
On the other hand, advanced cycle indicators are typically more complex and may require a deeper understanding of technical analysis concepts. These indicators may be proprietary or available for purchase from third-party vendors, and may offer more advanced features such as custom inputs, multiple time-frame analysis, and predictive modeling.
While both public and advanced cycle indicators can be useful tools for analyzing market cycles, it is important to choose an indicator that aligns with your trading style, risk tolerance, and level of experience. It is also important to remember that no indicator is foolproof and should always be used in conjunction with other technical analysis tools and risk management strategies.
An example of an advanced cycle indicator.
One example of an advanced cycle indicator is the Composite Cycle Vector Plot (CCVP), which is part of the Advanced & Invite-Only Cycle Indicators package.
The CCVP is a proprietary indicator that uses a complex algorithm to identify and plot multiple cycles on a chart, allowing traders to visualize the interaction between different cycles and potential turning points.
The CCVP can be used in various ways, such as identifying dominant cycles, detecting cycle phase shifts, and predicting future price movements based on cycle analysis.
However, it is important to note that the CCVP is a more advanced indicator that may require a deeper understanding of technical analysis concepts and may not be suitable for all traders.
If you are interested in learning more about the CCVP or other advanced cycle indicators, you can find more information on page 2 of this document.
How does the csRSI MTF highlighter condition alert work?
The csRSI MTF highlighter condition alert is designed to help traders identify potential trade opportunities by highlighting specific conditions on a trading chart. The indicator uses the cyclic smoothed RSI MTF indicator as a basis, and adds additional features such as adaptive upper and lower bands, trend/cycle adaptation, and higher time-frame csRSI oversold/overbought conditions.
When the csRSI MTF highlighter condition alert detects a specific condition on the chart, such as an oversold or overbought condition, it will automatically highlight the corresponding time window with green or red backgrounds on the indicator panel. This can help traders quickly identify potential trade opportunities and take action accordingly.
It is important to note that the csRSI MTF highlighter condition alert is just one tool in a trader’s arsenal and should be used in conjunction with other technical analysis tools and risk management strategies. You can find more information about this indicator on page 15 of this document.
What is the Cycles App Integration feature?
The Cycles App Integration feature is designed to allow traders to link the Cycles application with live data updates and transfer composite cycle models back to the TradingView chart. This integration can help traders more accurately analyze market cycles and make more informed trading decisions.
The Cycles application is a standalone software that uses advanced algorithms to identify and analyze market cycles. By integrating this application with TradingView, traders can access real-time data updates and transfer composite cycle models directly to their charts. This can help traders visualize potential turning points, identify trend changes, and make more accurate predictions about future price movements.
It is important to note that the Cycles App Integration feature may require some technical expertise to set up and use effectively. You can find more information about this feature on page 16 of this document.