MTF ready adaptive MA using Ehler's IQ IFM ( In Phase - Quadrature Instantaneous Frequency Measurement ).
Ehler's formula is a method of quantitatively measuring the length of a market cycle. In this case it is used to calculate the "optimal" adaptive EMA.
Theoretically the length generated by Ehler's formula could be used in many indicators and it's been placed...
This is a developer friendly solution to the current PineScript limitation of not being able to easily configure presets for multiple timeframes.
If you're developing multi-timeframe strategies then you've no doubt done battle with built-in `input` function which only allows for a single default value. You've probably come up with all kinds of fancy workarounds,...
Volume normally has 1 Moving Average (standard orange coloured)
This script gives 1 extra Moving Average (default blue coloured)
BOTH MA can be shown with Multi Time Frames,
based on the most excellent work of "PineCoders"
(MTF Selection Framework functions)!
This can provide more insights, also the crossovers can be interesting!
So, default there are 2...
This script plots a set of multitimeframe moving averages for a certain moving average period (the default period is 200).
The user can select tye type of moving average (SMA, EMA, or WMA).
For example, suppose you select a SMA 200. Then you can see on the chart the SMA 200 for the following timeframes: M1, M5, M15, M30, H1, H4, 1D and 1W, independently of the...
In light of TV awarding me a year subscription I wanted to give back with this simple script that allows multiple views on tickers on a single pane of glass. The background is sourced from Heiken Ashi candles. Free accounts can max out on 3 indicators allowing a view on 4 tickers for one screen.
study("MTF Ticker BITMEX:XBTUSD",...
1D MACD, with slightly slower values for a little less noise.
Instead of the 12, 26, 9, this shows the 13, 34, 9.
Instead of showing a histogram, it uses area and color-codes the area blue and red based on directional movement.
Overlaid is a black histogram line showing the 4H MACD, produced by values of 6, 13, 5.
// - One stop shop for multiple MA duplicates over different resolutions.
// - A veritable banquet of MA's to choose from.
// - Set up you MA variables, and then plot up to 4 duplicates all using different time frames.