27 thoughts on “Standard deviation & OBV are now avalaible”

    1. The standard deviation indicator helps you predict future price volatility. Standard deviation is an indicator that measures the size of recent price moves of an asset, to predict how volatile the price may be in future. It can help you decide whether the volatility of the price is likely to increase or decrease.

      On-balance volume (OBV) is a technical trading momentum indicator that uses volume flow to predict changes in stock price. Joseph Granville first developed the OBV metric in the 1963 book Granville’s New Key to Stock Market Profits.

    1. You may select the same from the drop down menu in our scans.

      The standard deviation indicator helps you predict future price volatility. Standard deviation is an indicator that measures the size of recent price moves of an asset, to predict how volatile the price may be in future. It can help you decide whether the volatility of the price is likely to increase or decrease.

      On-balance volume (OBV) is a technical trading momentum indicator that uses volume flow to predict changes in stock price. Joseph Granville first developed the OBV metric in the 1963 book Granville’s New Key to Stock Market Profits.

    1. Hope this helps on back-testing:
      https://chartink.com/articles/?s=back

      It will show the previous days/ minutes results for your scan without the need for you to modify the scan. Back-testing will not give alerts. It is only to analyze/ view stocks previously triggered by your scans.  If you click on any of the bars on the graph, it will show the list of stocks that triggered as per the scan previously. 

      Back-test data will show data for the lowest candle time frame in your scan. If lowest time frame is 1 minute, it will show results for last 1 minutes. If its on daily candle it will show data for past 6 months. We show results for the past 150 bars  in our backtest section, these 150 candles could be of any timeframe, depending on the lowest timeframe in your scan, so for 5 minutes for example, you would get 2 days, for 1 minute, half a day and so on. 
       
      If you have the alert frequency of 5 minutes on a 1 hour candle scan, the alert results will update every 5 minutes and so will the backtest results(if you open the site and view the graph every 5 minutes), the difference is that the alert keeps a history of all your stocks triggered every 5 minutes i.e at 9:20am, 9:25am and so on via the alert history page,, whereas the backtest graph doesn’t keep any history as such, it will show the results only as of the candle completion time i.e 10:15am. so its not necessary that the backtest will show all the stocks that were triggered every 5 minutes as your alert show’s.

      Alerts is a premium feature that would allow you to do this, it keeps a track of all your stocks that met the condition every 5 minutes so that you don’t need to keep a track of them manually in the scanner page or the backtesting graph. The backtest is a dynamic graph that would update/change as your 1 hour candle is changing.

    1. Please provide some details on this, any link to the scan would be appreciated. We get VWAP data directly from NSE, so it should match with VWAP figures on nseindia.com

    1. You may select the same from the drop down menu in our scans.

      The standard deviation indicator helps you predict future price volatility. Standard deviation is an indicator that measures the size of recent price moves of an asset, to predict how volatile the price may be in future. It can help you decide whether the volatility of the price is likely to increase or decrease.

      On-balance volume (OBV) is a technical trading momentum indicator that uses volume flow to predict changes in stock price. Joseph Granville first developed the OBV metric in the 1963 book Granville’s New Key to Stock Market Profits.

      1. No this is not sir. See in tradingview website we can draw a trendline and also keep an alert for the same. Kindly check that once and add

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