Heatmap showing version measurement lengths of RSI (user selectable)
For each bar on the chart, the script calculates RSI at that point for multiple RSI lengths (e.g. 3, 7, 14, 16 etc) and displays them vertically top to bottom, fastest RSI to slowest RSI respectively. It indicates the actual RSI reading (0 to 100) by way of a colour (green for overbought, red...
Hello traders and aspiring Pinescripters
You might remember this script Supertrend-Heatmap-Multi-timeframes/ ?
A follower, asked me in a comment to do a version where YOU guys can select the timeframes
Well... what follower asks, follower (sometimes) gets. I'm not Santa Claus but this is Christmas with a few months in advance (#oh #oh #oh)
I didn't publish on Friday because I was working on an Expert Advisor in MT4. The day I don't publish, some scripts spamming guys published many (not useful) scripts the same to kick me out of the TOP #1 ranking.
So what I'm going to do about it? crying or sharing more quality scripts than before? :)
I guess you know the answer :) I'm gonna share a...
Hello my friends
Sorry yesterday I couldn't post an indicator because I was travelling. So here's the today indicator inspired from that one Moving-Average-Heatmap-Visualization/
This will gives an interesting representation of a Double Moving Average cross
That's all for me
Let's resume the free indicators publishing next Monday with the MA heatmap (Triple...
7 different types of moving averages (5 different lengths of each) compared to a base moving average. Base moving average can be configured to be a slew of different types of moving averages (credit to @mortdiggiddy for the code) and have a custom length.
Red = base moving average is over other moving average (bearish)
Green = base moving average is under other...
this indicator maps volume as brightness over an SMA. the brightness then fades over time.
It draws 30 bands, so you will need to load multiple instances to get a large picture.
Configure the settings, then copy and paste the indicator, modifying only the vertOffset attribute each time
Patience, bruh. This takes a long time load. Chrome runs it faster...