Uses daily average ranges of 5 and 10 (most used) as buy (support) and highs (resistance) areas - half ranges used in calculations for a more accurate "forecast" of the H and L . Uses open but not close, so it does not repaint - experimental
Simple script for showing the high/low/midrange of a session. By default configured to do the Daily range using the "regular" session. But it's configurable. For example on this chart I am showing the Weekly range.
This will place circles on your chart for the opening daily price. If price is above, the circles are green. If price is below, the circles are red. I wanted to be able to see the opening price a bit easier while in smaller time frames.
I decided to add the previous daily closing line to the original script. Basically looking for good support / resistance
This indicator will help you if you struggle making any profit in bitcoin.
It generates very few signals with very nice profit potential ( around 100% this year ! ).
Perfect tool for longterm swing traders and new traders that need help figuring out the midterm trend.
Use it with these parameters only:
weekly: 13, 5, 12
daily: 92, 21, 96
This study is a variation of my "Automatic Daily Fibonnacci" indicator. This variation automatically draw Fibonacci Pivot levels (or optionally Classic Pivots) based on the previous day's highest and lowest points. The HLC3 is used as the default Daily Pivot level.
Unlike the "Automatic Daily Fibonnacci", this indicator does not redraw/update levels on current...
I have a thing for pivots and SR, so this is Tom DeMark Daily Retracements Levels pivots from DeMark Indicators book by Jason Perl.
Red lines -daily R
Green lines - daily S
Expect reversals or breaks at these points.
and some random stock, just test your instrument
High and low of the day? Piece of cake, use AvDR 10 and 5 levels. Maroon are sell areas and lime are buy areas. Other AvDR levels available to plot. Like the Dude, the legend Lebowski said: Well, man, that's just my opinion.
This indicator plots Daily Standard deviation levels on price chart based on Historical Volatility (HV). It uses the most common approach for calculating historical volatility as standard deviation of logarithmic returns, based on daily closing/settlement prices.
Assets: Currency Pairs, Commodities, also works on stocks, some indices.
Time Frames: ...
For my second share, I give you some levels I look at everyday for the ES minis. HLC/3 of the MTF (multi-time-frame) inputs = mean and Fib-levels formed as support and resistance zones. There are some websites that will show you 20 ways to figure out a pivot for the day's intraday workings, and this one always rang true for me. I keep it set at Res=D and...
This indicator plots the weekly and daily open in addition to a current close price line.
It also signals when price closes above or below the daily and weekly opens.
Also, the bull/bear bias is painted on this indicator as well.
Black is the weekly open
Silver is the daily open
Weekly is default black arrows. Up is going above open, down is going below
An indicator that visualizes the evolution of a daily candle, inspired by a thread on forexfactory: www.forexfactory.com
Applied on a timeframe lower than D (actually lower than H4), it visualizes the evolution of the day's high and low, as well as mid and 25% and 75% lines.
The sole input parameters are the hour at which a day is...