I made this script to group information considered useful in forex day trading, of course it can be used on crypto or other markets.
First of all, feel free to suggest any improvement/new feature you would consider interesting for such an use. This is not especially a final version and I'm sure other relevant information can be added in this tool.
The Litt Institutional Levels Indicator plots previous time periods Highs, Lows, and Closes. Institutions track these levels and will use them as support and resistance to enter and exit their positions. Not every algorithm is a machine-learning wizard. Institutions still use these relatively simple levels to conduct their trades. The best way to use The Litt...
Original Version found here:
-Changed source used to `close` as i think this is a much more expected level for future S/R on a retest (obviously subjective)
-Removed the majority of the plots as they were melting my CPU.
-Added Alert functionality on the closest S/R levels
~~-Tried doing some...
Simple script to show key levels of current day and previous day. Labels can be turned on and off as needed. Line colors, thickness and style can be changed. Modified the "M/W/D Level" script from paaax. Credit for original code goes to him. Link to script and profile posted in code of this script.
This forex System is only for ECN Broker Account.
Pairs: Major with spread < 0.0001 (EUR/USD).
Wait for the market to make to 60 minute from the open.
If the market is near the intraday high be prepared to go short
If the market is near an intraday low for the same time period, then be prepared to go long.
Rules for entry
For sell setups: Enter on sell...
Analysis of previous levels is one of the best strategies in order to get good entries or take profits levels. This analysis involves Monthly and Weekly Previous Levels and One User Definition Option. So u could select any period like Daily or even hours according to ur trading style. The previous levels are High and Low. And the Current (NOT...
Contains all past levels that we need
1. Previous Monthly High
2. Previous Monthly Low
3. Previous Weekly High
4. Previous Weekly Low
5. Previous Daily High
6. Previous Daily Low
7. Previous Monthly Range Average (PMH+PML)/2
8. Previous WeeklyRange Average (PWH+PWL)/2
9. Previous Daily Range Average (PDH+PDL)/2
10. Monthly Open
11. Weekly Open
12. Daily Open