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DataFrame with inline stock statistics support.

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VERSION: 0.3.0

Introduction

Supply a wrapper StockDataFrame based on the pandas.DataFrame with inline stock statistics/indicators support.

Supported statistics/indicators are:

  • change (in percent)
  • delta
  • permutation (zero based)
  • log return
  • max in range
  • min in range
  • middle = (close + high + low) / 3
  • compare: le, ge, lt, gt, eq, ne
  • count: both backward(c) and forward(fc)
  • SMA: simple moving average
  • EMA: exponential moving average
  • MSTD: moving standard deviation
  • MVAR: moving variance
  • RSV: raw stochastic value
  • RSI: relative strength index
  • KDJ: Stochastic oscillator
  • Bolling: including upper band and lower band.
  • MACD: moving average convergence divergence. Including signal and histogram. (see note)
  • CR:
  • WR: Williams Overbought/Oversold index
  • CCI: Commodity Channel Index
  • TR: true range
  • ATR: average true range
  • line cross check, cross up or cross down.
  • DMA: Different of Moving Average (10, 50)
  • DMI: Directional Moving Index, including
    • +DI: Positive Directional Indicator
    • -DI: Negative Directional Indicator
    • ADX: Average Directional Movement Index
    • ADXR: Smoothed Moving Average of ADX
  • TRIX: Triple Exponential Moving Average
  • TEMA: Another Triple Exponential Moving Average
  • VR: Volatility Volume Ratio

Installation

pip install stockstats

License

BSD

Tutorial

  • Initialize the StockDataFrame with the retype function which convert a pandas.DataFrame to a StockDataFrame.
stock = StockDataFrame.retype(pd.read_csv('stock.csv'))
  • Formalize your data. This package takes for granted that your data is sorted by timestamp and contains certain columns. Please align your column name.
    • open: the open price of the interval
    • close: the close price of the interval
    • high: the highest price of the interval
    • low: the lowest price of the interval
    • volume: the volume of stocks traded during the interval
    • amount: the amount of the stocks during the interval
  • There are some shortcuts for frequent used statistics/indicators like kdjk, boll_hb, macd, etc.
  • The indicators/statistics are generated on the fly when they are accessed. If you are accessing through Series, it may return not found error. The fix is to explicitly initialize it by accessing it like below:
_ = stock['macd']
# or
stock.get('macd')
  • Using get item to access the indicators. The item name following the pattern: {columnName_window_statistics}. Some statistics/indicators has their short cut. See examples below:
# volume delta against previous day
stock['volume_delta']

# open delta against next 2 day
stock['open_2_d']

# open price change (in percent) between today and the day before yesterday
# 'r' stands for rate.
stock['open_-2_r']

# CR indicator, including 5, 10, 20 days moving average
stock['cr']
stock['cr-ma1']
stock['cr-ma2']
stock['cr-ma3']

# volume max of three days ago, yesterday and two days later
stock['volume_-3,2,-1_max']

# volume min between 3 days ago and tomorrow
stock['volume_-3~1_min']

# KDJ, default to 9 days
stock['kdjk']
stock['kdjd']
stock['kdjj']

# three days KDJK cross up 3 days KDJD
stock['kdj_3_xu_kdjd_3']

# 2 days simple moving average on open price
stock['open_2_sma']

# MACD
stock['macd']
# MACD signal line
stock['macds']
# MACD histogram
stock['macdh']

# bolling, including upper band and lower band
stock['boll']
stock['boll_ub']
stock['boll_lb']

# close price less than 10.0 in 5 days count
stock['close_10.0_le_5_c']

# CR MA2 cross up CR MA1 in 20 days count
stock['cr-ma2_xu_cr-ma1_20_c']

# count forward(future) where close prise is larger than 10
stock['close_10.0_ge_5_fc']

# 6 days RSI
stock['rsi_6']
# 12 days RSI
stock['rsi_12']

# 10 days WR
stock['wr_10']
# 6 days WR
stock['wr_6']

# CCI, default to 14 days
stock['cci']
# 20 days CCI
stock['cci_20']

# TR (true range)
stock['tr']
# ATR (Average True Range)
stock['atr']

# DMA, difference of 10 and 50 moving average
stock['dma']

# DMI
# +DI, default to 14 days
stock['pdi']
# -DI, default to 14 days
stock['mdi']
# DX, default to 14 days of +DI and -DI
stock['dx']
# ADX, 6 days SMA of DX, same as stock['dx_6_ema']
stock['adx']
# ADXR, 6 days SMA of ADX, same as stock['adx_6_ema']
stock['adxr']

# TRIX, default to 12 days
stock['trix']
# MATRIX is the simple moving average of TRIX
stock['trix_9_sma']
# TEMA, another implementation for triple ema
stock['tema']

# VR, default to 26 days
stock['vr']
# MAVR is the simple moving average of VR
stock['vr_6_sma']
  • Following options are available for tuning. Note that all of them are class level options and MUST be changed before any calculation happens.
    • KDJ
      • KDJ_WINDOW: default to 9
    • BOLL
      • BOLL_WINDOW: default to 20
      • BOLL_STD_TIMES: default to 2
    • MACD
      • MACD_EMA_SHORT: default to 12
      • MACD_EMA_LONG: default to 26
      • MACD_EMA_SIGNAL: default to 9
    • PDI, MDI, DX & ADX
      • PDI_SMMA: default to 14
      • MDI_SMMA: default to 14
      • DX_SMMA: default to 14
      • ADX_EMA: default to 6
      • ADXR_EMA: default to 6
    • CR
      • CR_MA1: default to 5
      • CR_MA2: default to 10
      • CR_MA3: default to 20
    • Triple EMA
      • TRIX_EMA_WINDOW: default to 12
      • TEMA_EMA_WINDOW: default to 5
    • ATR
      • ATR_SMMA: default to 14

To file issue, please visit:

https://github.com/jealous/stockstats

MACDH Note:

In July 2017 the code for MACDH was changed to drop an extra 2x multiplier on the final value to align better with calculation methods used in tools like cryptowatch, tradingview, etc.

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