Awesome indicator that will plot on your chart up to 3 different VWAPs and optionally up to 3 standard deviations for each one.
Each VWAP can be configured to be a Rolling or Anchored VWAP and to automatically adapt its period depending on the current chart timeframe. For example, you can configure each VWAP to be a rolling 30min VWAP for timeframes below 30M, a...
Based on my VWAP + Fibo deviations indicator, I tested some strategies to see if the indicator can be profitable; and I got it !
This strategy uses:
+1.618 / +2.618 / -1.618 / -2.618 Deviations Extensions to create 2 bands
The value of the deviation
First, the 2 bands are plotted : +1.618/+2.618 painted in red and -1.618/-2.618...
Okay so this is pretty simple, but I think it's a great tool for day trading especially. I just took the default VWAP and Keltner channel scripts and combined them together.
The top option allows you to choose which one you'd prefer to use, "Use ATR instead of VWAP" .
The next options, "ATR Source", "KC Length", and "ATR Length" are the parameters for the...
I made a Fibo variant of my first script "VWAPs + devs" :
This new indicator give you the possibility to plot multi timeframes VWAP (D, W, M, 3M and 12M ) and Fibo deviations for each one.
VWAP is a powerfull indicator which is used by big players to get informations if the price is "overbought" or "oversold"....
This is a pretty simple script here - I took the VWAP and combined it with Bollinger Bands.
The bands can vary a lot based on chart resolution, so I wanted to make sure the resolution could be modified so you can use the resolution you're most comfortable with, or find the most success with.
Length of bars used to calculate the bands.
This is a pretty straight-forward script. I just wanted to see percent bands around the VWAP after looking at the standard deviation bands for a while and even dabbling with keltner channels. This is the cleanest in my opinion. The script is open so feel free to poke around!
The default settings are below, just to confuse 0.25 with 25%.
0.25 = 0.25%