The following moving average adapt to the average number of highest high/lowest low made over a specific period, thus adapting to trend strength. Interesting results can be obtained when using the moving average in a MA crossover system or as a trailing support/resistance.
Length : Period of the indicator, with higher values returning smoother...
This indicator returns VWAP bands with a degree of smoothness resetting based on various user-selected events. The bands are constructed using a VWAP based naive standard deviation.
The indicator can be anchored or start from the first bar and can be used as trailing support/resistance, in a moving average crossover system, or as source for external indicators.
Here Double Zig Zag with HHLL script is with you. it calculates 2 Zig Zag simultaneously and draws them, and also it calculates and puts Higher High, Lower Low, Higher Low, Lower High labels. All these are done dynamically, it means last HH/HL/LL/LH can change. if price continues to go up then HL can turn to LL or if price continues to go down...
Based on Dow Theory, a series of successive higher highs (HH) and higher lows (HL) is the sign of an uptrend (bull trend) and a series of successive lower highs (LH) and lower lows (LL) is the sign of a downtrend (bear trend).
So this script indicates the trends using the concept and draws corresponding trend lines.
It took some effort to make it possible for...
A simple way to find Higher Highs and Lower Lows (HH and LL) whit automatic Fibonacci Lines in the most common levels.
In this indicator the Higher Highs only happens when a high value are rising from each other in the last "Length of Real Pivots" highs and the next same number of highs are falling in every single bar.
The Lower Lows are inverted, LL only...
The importance of counting HH&LL is to find the possible extreme of the current leg and the potential reversal.
This script helps you count the number of bars which are constantly higher or lower than the previous ones.
I set the script to count from the first one, but only display the number from the third, in order to eliminate too much noise.
Note : I have...
This is my modified "Higher Highs & Lower Lows Stochastics" employing PSv4.0, originally formulated by Vitali Apirine for TASC - February 2016 Traders Tips. Reading through a TASC magazine of mine, behold, I found a little known indicator that I can't find anywhere on all of Tradingview. That was a tragedy I felt I had to resolve... This indicator is best...
A simple script that I made that draws lines between the high and low pivots. The color of the line define if the pivot is higher or lower than the previous pivot. The main thing to tune is the pivot look back vs look ahead, which are the same params used by the tradingview pivot indicator. There are several other params you can tweaks to get the look you want.
My second version of plotting Swing Highs and Swing Lows
A Swing High (SH): a price bar high preceed by two lower highs (LH) and followed by two lower highs (LH)
This version enables you to ignores swing highs and lows when the market volatility is small and not suitable for trading.
Thus it will depict fewer number of SH and SL markers, making the chart a bit...
A script I am working on to count higher highs and lower lows of levels. Still in progress...
Once it's working it will add a shape or a new colored line when a target number of higher highs has been achieved.
Displays recent higher highs, lower highs, lower lows, and higher lows as a collection of local limit indicators.
In its simplicity is a lot more powerful than might appear at first glance.
Does not rely on volatility calculation.
Can be linked together to create an objective view of recent support and resistance levels.
Makes current trends more visible.
This script combines moving average processing with highest high and lowest low to disclose the "fingerprint" of a specific trading pair to describe its unique behavior.
Moving Average Fingerprint for Long Entry is a Level 1 pine script. It utilize several moving average of inherent highest high and lowest low and combine them...