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Price With Regression and Trend for Amibroker (AFL)

3 / 5 (Votes 7)
trendline, amibroker

Shows Trendlines of Prices as well as the linear regression of the price.

When Trend is up, trendline is green.
When Trend is down, trendline is red.

Just modify the period of the regression line to what you would like to use.


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Indicator / Formula

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_SECTION_BEGIN("Trend Lines");
p1 = Param("TL 1 Periods", 20, 5, 50, 1);
p2 = Param("TL 2 Periods", 5, 3, 25, 1);
TL1 = LinearReg(C, p1);
TL2 = EMA(TL1, p2);
Col1 = IIf(TL1 > TL2, ParamColor("TL Up Colour", colorGreen), ParamColor("TL Dn Colour", colorRed));
Plot(TL1, "TriggerLine 1", Col1, styleLine|styleThick|styleNoLabel);
Plot(TL2, "TriggerLine 2", Col1, styleLine|styleThick|styleNoLabel);

_SECTION_BEGIN("Linear Regression Channel");
//CyberMan's Linear Regression Channel.

//Linear Regression Line with 2 Standard Deviation Channels Plotted Above and Below 
//The original was written by Patrick Hargus, with critical hints from Marcin Gorzynski, Technical Support 
//Wysiwyg coded the angle in degrees part
//I modified the original Linear Regression code so that the line will change color based on the degree of the Linear Regression slope.
//I combine this with my trading system.
//When my system gives an entry signal I look at the Linear Regression Line and I will only take long positions if the Linear Regression line is green and the entry price is below the LR line.
//When my system gives an entry signal I look at the Linear Regression Line and I will only take short positions if the Linear Regression line is red and the entry price is above the LR line.
//It is usefull for filtering out lower probability trades.

//================================================Start Chart Configuration============================================================================

_N(Title = StrFormat("{{NAME}} - {{INTERVAL}} {{DATE}} Open %g, Hi %g, Lo %g, Close %g (%.1f%%) Vol " +WriteVal( V, 1.0 ) +" {{VALUES}}", O, H, L, C, SelectedValue( ROC( C, 1 )) ));
SetChartBkGradientFill(ParamColor("Top", colorTeal), ParamColor("Bottom", colorLightGrey), ParamColor("Title", colorTeal));

Plot( C, "Close", colorWhite, styleCandle, Zorder = 1);
SetChartOptions(0,chartShowArrows | chartShowDates);

//================================================End Chart Configuration===============================================================================

//====================================Start of Linear Regression Code==================================================================================

P = ParamField("Price field",-1);

Length = 150;

Daysback = Param("Period for Liner Regression Line",Length,1,240,1);
shift = Param("Look back period",0,0,240,1);

//=============================== Math Formula ========================================================================================================

x = Cum(1);
lastx = LastValue( x ) - shift;
aa = LastValue( Ref(LinRegIntercept( p, Daysback), -shift) );
bb = LastValue( Ref(LinRegSlope( p, Daysback ), -shift) );
y = Aa + bb * ( x - (Lastx - DaysBack +1 ) );

//==================Plot the Linear Regression Line ====================================================================================================

LRColor = ParamColor("LR Color", colorCycle ); 
LRStyle = ParamStyle("LR Style");

LRLine =  IIf( x > (lastx - Daysback) AND BarIndex() < Lastx, y, Null );

LRStyle = ParamStyle("LR Style");
Angle = Param("Angle", 0.05, 0, 1.5, 0.01);// A slope higher than 0.05 radians will turn green, less than -0.05 will turn red and anything in between will be white.

LRLine = IIf( x > (lastx - Daysback) AND BarIndex() < Lastx, y, Null );

Pi = 3.14159265 * atan(1); // Pi
SlopeAngle = atan(bb)*(180/Pi);

LineUp = SlopeAngle > Angle;
LineDn = SlopeAngle < - Angle;

Plot(LRLine, "Lin. Reg. Line Up", IIf(LineUp, colorBrightGreen, colorWhite), LRStyle);
Plot(LRLine, "Lin. Reg. Line Down", IIf(LineDn, colorDarkRed, colorWhite), LRStyle);

//==========================  Plot 1st SD Channel ======================================================================================================

SDP = Param("Standard Deviation", 1.5, 0, 6, 0.1);
SD = SDP/2;

width = LastValue( Ref(SD*StDev(p, Daysback),-shift) ); //Set width of inside chanels here.
SDU = IIf( x > (lastx - Daysback) AND BarIndex() < Lastx, y+width , Null ) ;
SDL = IIf( x > (lastx - Daysback) AND BarIndex() < Lastx, y-width , Null ) ;

SDColor = ParamColor("SD Color", colorCycle );
SDStyle = ParamStyle("SD Style");

Plot( SDU , "Upper Lin Reg", colorWhite,SDStyle ); //Inside Regression Lines
Plot( SDL , "Lower Lin Reg", colorWhite,SDStyle ); //Inside Regression Lines

//==========================  Plot 2d SD Channel ========================================================================================================

SDP2 = Param("2d Standard Deviation", 2.0, 0, 6, 0.1);
SD2 = SDP2/2;

width2 = LastValue( Ref(SD2*StDev(p, Daysback),-shift) ); //Set width of outside chanels here. 
SDU2 = IIf( x > (lastx - Daysback) AND BarIndex() < Lastx, y+width2 , Null ) ;
SDL2 = IIf( x > (lastx - Daysback) AND BarIndex() < Lastx, y-width2 , Null ) ;

SDColor2 = ParamColor("2 SD Color", colorCycle );
SDStyle2 = ParamStyle("2 SD Style");

Plot( SDU2 , "Upper Lin Reg", colorWhite,SDStyle2 ); //OutSide Regression Lines
Plot( SDL2 , "Lower Lin Reg", colorWhite,SDStyle2 ); //OutSide Regression Lines

Trend = IIf(LRLine > Ref(LRLine,-1),colorGreen,colorRed);//Changes LR line to green if sloping up and red if sloping down.

Plot( LRLine , "LinReg", Trend, LRSTYLE );

//============================ End Indicator Code ========================================================================================================


1. waikimlwk

Not bad

2. faruq11

good one. Helps to cut out the losing trades.

3. rob hoot

Dear Boknoy9999: Nice code! But how do you combine this code with your existing trading system? Don’t you have problems with the fact that this code looks into the future?

4. manoj230674

how to generate buy and sell signal

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