With the same idea of the VPSA i make the VPSA2 to make Heiken Ashi style synthetic graph of the price and the volume effect, its easy to see the volume trends. Each instrument have a more clear time frame to see the volume patterns.
I see very useful like a secondary analysis layer. in the graph show the same RSI with price and VPSA2 like source.
Higher TimeFrame using custom source function for toggling traditional Candle sources or Heikin-Ashi sources on a traditional Candles chart.
Thanks to PineCoders for rounding method: www.pinecoders.com
Thanks to @LucF and @RicardoSantos for their advice and enlightenment as always.
NOTICE: This is an example script and not meant to be...
This script adds red/green blocks to the top of every chart that show the current daily Heiken Ashi candle colour, so even when you're on a 1h or 4h chart you can quickly see if the current day is bullish or bearish. The higher timeframe is customisable too, so if you prefer to use weekly HA values, then now's your time to shine.
Useful for quickly going through...
A simple script that places a bar at the bottom of the chart to indicate the direction of Heiken-Ashi candles - while still using traditional candles on the main chart. Try setting the bar on a higher timeframe to see the overall direction of the trend, while using traditional candles for entries/exits.
This script gives you an opportunity to see the trend and price impulse information cointained in Heiken Ashi bars
whithout having to sacrifice seeing the raw price action of normal candles or other styles of charts.
I flattened out the HA bars to a straight line so it is easier to see if the candles momentum is picking up of fading
There is a Multi Time Frame...
// Simple as it says:
// gives you the color of the Heiken Ashi candles in a separate panel.
// I needed this indicator since in TV switching from HA to normal candles resets the chart and I had to go back manually.
// This solves the nasty issue.
// Moreover, nobody enters/exits the trade on the HA values but everyone uses just their color, right?
For Educational Purposes. Results can differ on different markets and can fail at any time. Profit is not guaranteed. This only works in a few markets and in certain situations. Changing the settings can give better or worse results for other markets.
Nemeth is a forex trader that came up with a multi-time frame heiken ashi based strategy that he showed to an...
A problem with Heikin Ashi is that while it gives you a great overview of overall direction, it is rarely possible to use it as a replacement for normal japanese
candlesticks. The reason for this is that actual price data is lost, since the candles are more akin to a moving average than a different way to see price action. Also, with Heikin Ashi, most of the...
This is Traditional Heikin-Ashi bars overlayed with regular candlestick/any chart type
Although HA is available in TradingView by default, this script is to recalculate HA by traditional calculations.
This version REPAINTS!! This is because Traditional HA uses Close Price (which is calculated on the fly).
A deterministic approach to identify Heikin-Ashi chart type.
The script checks the next statements about HA:
HA chart does not have any gaps in a classic sense
Every new HA open price is calculated using a specific recurrence formula. This fact also means that initial HA open price is used to calculate all the next and so on (a construction of Infinite...