Drawdown and Drawback || Ranging


So this indicator tries to spot ranges;

Above the zero line is the data from green candles and below the zero line is the data from the red candles;

When the white area is > than the black area, it indicates that the DrawBack is higher than the DrawDown;

This might work counterintuitively for some people because, for a bullish candle, this means it has to go down for the indicator to recognize it as “good”/ see it as a DrawBack value;

The same is true for a bearish candle, the price has to move up after for it to be seen as a DrawBack value;

There are a few input values:
Length_: This is how many bars a candle gets for the price to move in, the default is 8 bars, so after a bar is formed, from the following 8 bars the DrawBack/DrawDown is saved;

EMA_Length: This is the EMA length, you can change the EMA length and also the MA variant, so you have full flexibility about what might work best for you;

RB_Size: This is how many points a Real Body of a candle has to have before it gets registered within the indicator, what I found it, is that if you put this too low your data gets ruined by candles that have 1-5 points if you use it on a low TimeFrame, but if you want to use it on higher timeframes you maybe have to make the default a bit higher.

Everything is plotted with an Offset of 1, I like it this way so you get a realistic view of the market as you will -most likely- place trades on the next candle either way not on the current candle. But that is just my opinion.

I also added 2 yellow Hlines for visual purposes to see if they were within a certain boundary, see if these add anything for yourself, because they can also make it look a bit messy;

If you have any questions about the code or the indicator itself, feel free to ask them!

I hope it helps at least one person ;)


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