This script can be used as a visual aid in seeing the last highs and lows of price in a specific time period. It automatically updates the plots if new highs or lows are made within the given lookback period.
This is a fairly basic version currently, with new added features coming in future updates such as range between high/low and half and whole number detection.
What is this Indicator - This indicator i developed for identifying Highs and lows on weekly timeframe. It identifies new 52 weeks and 26 weeks high and during down trend market, it looks for new 6 month lows or 52 week lows
How to Use it - To use this indictor , You need to plot it in the chart and can be used in anytime frame. Whenever you see a stock showing...
Recent events inspired me to create a small widget that allows you to spot from when current value is lowest / highest.
Just add it to chart and script will compute most recent day when price was higher / lower than current and it will display:
Line coming from that value to the current one
A table with previous low/high information
Thanks to @MUQWISHI...
This is an enhanced version of CPR by Anand with Configurable previous day high and low and option to configure breakout lines of 15 and 30 mins.
Will be an useful tool for day traders who follows CPR tricks and breakouts.
Price indicator that shows the trend based on price movement.
The indicator determinants when an asset price is getting higher or lower by comparing the previous price highs and lows to the current price.
In case current HL2 exceeds the previous HL2 HIGH then the columns will turn green.
In case current HL2 fails the previous HL2 LOW then the...
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Fixes an issue with "Combined" mode, using wrong symbols.
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The High-Low Index is a breadth indicator based on Record High Percent, which is based on new 52-week highs and new 52-week lows.
Readings below 50 indicate that there were more new lows than new highs. Readings above 50 indicate that there were more...
Indicator fills background color on the chart for different markets around the world.
This can be helpful in some markets to understand after hours and premarket price action. User can study if there is correlation between highs/low in whole session or open/close of different markets.
Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai are Asian Markets in Red are combined
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📒 INDICATOR OF THE DAY 📒
The TD sequential fans are going to love that one.
TD Sequential has two parts – TD Setup and TD Countdown. The first phase of TD Sequential starts with a TD Setup and is completed with a 9 count.
When the 9 count is completed, it is at that point, a price pause, price pullback, or reversal is likely.
My friends, this is a very simple script, but it has some work to function the way it currently does.
Basically it prints the HIGH and LOW from previous day into the current day. This forms like a channel.
It's useful to visually detect when the price cross over the yesterday's high, or close under yesterday's low.
You can activate/deactivate colors as input...
Here I show you the Tripple Super Trend Strategy.
I discovered the strategy on a YouTube channel and tried to transfer it as a strategy into a script.
Tested with the currency pair EUR/USD in the one hour chart.
Period: beginning of 2020 until today.
The strategy should also work with cryptocurrencies. But then the settings have to be...
#Let the index/stock trade for the first fifteen minutes and then use the high and low of this "fifteen minute range" as support and resistance levels.
#A buy signal is given when price exceeds the high of the 15 minute range after an up gap.
#A sell signal is given when price moves below the low of the 15 minute range after a down gap.
#It's a simple technique...
High-Low Index is a breadth indicator based on Record High Percent (RHP). RHP is based on new 52-week highs and new 52-week lows. RHP => 100 * (new highs) / (new highs + new lows). High-Low Index is a 10-day Simple Moving Average of the RHP, which makes it a smoothed version of RHP. You can find many articles about High-Low Index on the...
The indicator is in the top left of the screen! That's all there is, by design.
This is a super simple indicator that allows you to see what the real price of a candle was when using Heikin Ashi charts, while not cluttering up your screen.
HA charts are a great way to help those who can be spooked by the chaos of the markets (I'm one!), but they have a big...