Plot the source high, low and close of any given ema or sma. Support and resistance is defined as an area where price is likely to bounce or get rejected and since MA's are usually just one line, this band is meant to act as an area surrounding the original MA and therefore avoiding fake outs.
There's many versions of this sort of thing around the Tradingview library, but i guess we all like things to our own specifications.
So this is my take on the SMA and EMA version combined.
Bunch of SMA's & EMA's, with labels, and G&D Cross Labels and Alerts.
These values can of course be changed to any you may prefer.
Rhapsodyy's Combo SMAEMA's v1.1
A combination of 8 EMA & 5 SMA to use with more advanced MA strategies and de-cluttering of indicator list.
To identify lines, Color combination should be somewhat warmer/lighter to cooler/darker colors.
EMA have a thicker line than the SMA. Color pairs have lighter/darker in cases where there are slight variations (when using one over another).
Here's my Rainbow Moving Average indicator. There are 41 MAs. I also have cross over signals based on 2 separate MAs. I like to use 20 ahd 50 Hull MAs for the signals but you can set those up independently.
Forecast 7 EMA's 6 periods
This script is an upgrade of the existing Triple MA Forecast from Yatrader2
To allow the user to display 7 different EMAs and look 6 candles ahead
Best to use on high timeframe, if on low timeframe change the forecast maximum to lower
This was made to...
This script provides:
5 regular EMAs
5 regular SMAs
3 multiple time frame EMAs
3 multiple time frame SMAs
All features can be turned on/off and customized regarding color, lines, etc.
Excellent for TradingView users with limited or free accounts.
3 EMAs will help identify and predict uptrends and downtrends
-If EMAs are all above the candles it a sign to sell & if the EMAs are below its a sign to buy
- If the Green-8 EMA crosses or touches red candle then flips under the other EMAs & candles then it's time to sell
-If the Green-8 EMA crosses or touches green candle then flips above the other EMAs &...
Here is a new experimental indicator we've been working on. The idea was to compare two EMA's of period midpoints to the actual closing price. The steps that were taken are listed below:
1.Calculate an EMA based on each period's midpoint ((High * Low) /2) for the last 9 periods.
2.Calculate an EMA based on each period's midpoint for the last 100 periods.