The Trend Interruption Average (TIA) is a powerful VertexFX clientside indicator based on Moving Average useful in identifying price swings and strength of a trend.
In an uptrending market we see consecutive positive closes. Likewise, in a downtrending market we see consecutive negative closes. The TIA indicator uses the positive / negative consecutive closes to calculate the strength of the trend and potential reversal. The TIA comprises of three components, namely the TIAUp (GREEN) line, the TIADown (RED) line, and the TIADifference (BLUE) line.
In the first step, we calculate the cumulative sum of positive closes. If the current close is above previous close, it is assigned a value of 1. If next candle closes above current close, the cumulative count is increment by 1, otherwise it is reset to 0. For example, if there were three consecutive positive closes, the value of cumulative count will be 1, 2 and 3 for the recent three candles. Similarly, the opposite logic is employed for negative closes  we calculate the cumulative sum of the negative closes separately.
In the next step, we calculate the moving average of the cumulative positive closes and negative closes using the MA_PERIOD. The moving average of the cumulative positive closes is the TIAUp (GREEN) line, and that of the cumulative negative closes is the TIADown (RED) line. The TIADifference (BLUE) line is the difference between the TIAUp and TIADown.
When the TIAUp is rising it implies a bullish trend, whereas when the TIADown is rising it implies a bearish trend.
BUY / EXIT SHORT  Enter LONG (or exit SHORT) at the close of the candle when the TIAUp (GREEN) line closes above the TIADown (RED) line. The stoploss can be placed below the nearest Swing Low.
SHORT / EXIT LONG  Enter SHORT (or exit LONG) at the close of the candle when the TIADown (RED) line closes above the TIAUp (GREEN) line. The stoploss can be placed above the nearest Swing High.
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Re: TIA VertexFX Indicator
verde.soltions wrote:The Trend Interruption Average (TIA) is a powerful VertexFX clientside indicator based on Moving Average useful in identifying price swings and strength of a trend.
In an uptrending market we see consecutive positive closes. Likewise, in a downtrending market we see consecutive negative closes. The TIA indicator uses the positive / negative consecutive closes to calculate the strength of the trend and potential reversal. The TIA comprises of three components, namely the TIAUp (GREEN) line, the TIADown (RED) line, and the TIADifference (BLUE) line.
In the first step, we calculate the cumulative sum of positive closes. If the current close is above previous close, it is assigned a value of 1. If next candle closes above current close, the cumulative count is increment by 1, otherwise it is reset to 0. For example, if there were three consecutive positive closes, the value of cumulative count will be 1, 2 and 3 for the recent three candles. Similarly, the opposite logic is employed for negative closes  we calculate the cumulative sum of the negative closes separately.
In the next step, we calculate the moving average of the cumulative positive closes and negative closes using the MA_PERIOD. The moving average of the cumulative positive closes is the TIAUp (GREEN) line, and that of the cumulative negative closes is the TIADown (RED) line. The TIADifference (BLUE) line is the difference between the TIAUp and TIADown.
When the TIAUp is rising it implies a bullish trend, whereas when the TIADown is rising it implies a bearish trend.
BUY / EXIT SHORT  Enter LONG (or exit SHORT) at the close of the candle when the TIAUp (GREEN) line closes above the TIADown (RED) line. The stoploss can be placed below the nearest Swing Low.
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SHORT / EXIT LONG  Enter SHORT (or exit LONG) at the close of the candle when the TIADown (RED) line closes above the TIAUp (GREEN) line. The stoploss can be placed above the nearest Swing High.
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