What is it?
An indicator that depicts the trend of up to 5 higher timeframes on the same chart without needing to context-switch between charts.
- Supports up to 5 timeframes
- Trends indicated by 5 colored buttons: one for each timeframe
- Varying shades of green: uptrend
- Varying shades of red: downtrend
This is Support Resistance script that uses Multi Time Frame. While getting Close/Open/High/Low values of Higher Time Frames the script does NOT use Security function , instead it calculates them.
while choosing Higher Time Frame, you can use "Auto" option so it uses predefined Higher Time Frames, or you can choose the Higher Time Frame...
There is a link below that further explain the purpose of this publication.
A fresh new look into the limitations of the security() function and perhaps expand our horizons on having access to more accurate data no matter from what timeframe you are on.
As always, it is my...
This indicator creates a representation of a Higher Time Frame (HFT_) candlestick which is overlaid onto the Current chart. You can optionally show Body and/or Wicks.
Be aware the current HTF_ candle does not back update the bar representation and chart needs be refreshed to update properly. I don't know of a way around this issue.
With this script you can follow Bollinger Bands for current and higher time frame together. Higher time frame is calculated by script.
if current period
1m => higher period=5m
3m => higher period=5m
5m => higher period=15m
15m => higher period=1h
30m => higher period=1h
45m => higher period=1h
1h => higher period=4h
2h => higher period=4h
3h => higher...
This indicator let you choose between different Moving Average types while being able to adjust the plotted timeframe:
- Simple Moving Average
- Exponential Moving Average
- Weighted Moving Average
- Hull Moving Average
Set lengths according to your needs / your preferred moving average.
If you have any opinions or wishes feel free to contact me or simply...
Hi everybody, I've made an enhanced version of this indicator published by @veryevilone.
Here's the things I've added:
Now you can choose the type of the moving average between SMA and EMA.
Now you can have up to three moving averages, each with its own settings.
Now you can choose if the datas come from high, low or close.
Hope you enjoy this.