What is a Pivot Point?
A pivot point is a technical analysis indicator used to determine the overall trend of the market over different time frames. A pivot point is calculated based on the high, low, and closing prices of previous trading session/day and support and resistance levels that are projected based on the pivot point calculation as well as type of the...
This script finds Tops when RSI is in overbought area or Bottoms when RSI is in oversold area and checks the divergence between them. it checks divergence at tops/bottoms after RSI exited from OB/OS areas.
You can change overbought / oversold levels.
You can limit the time that RSI is in OB/OS area with the option "Max Number of Bars in OB/OS"
This script shows Indicator panel in a Table. Table.new() is a new feature and released today! Thanks a lot to Pine Team to add this new great feature! This new feature is a game changer!
The script shows indicator values for each symbol and changes background color of each cell by using current and last values of the indicators for each symbol....
This script shows the values of MACD, RSI, Momentum, Stoch, CCI for current and higher time frames in a panel. if higher time frame is equal or smaller than current time frame and it doesn't show the values for HTF.
And also it shows if their values are increasing, decreasing or equal to last value with "▲", "▼", "="
The signal length for all indicators is 9...
Provides function's indicators for pivot - trend - resistance.
pivots(src, lenght, isHigh) Detecting pivot points (and returning price + bar index.
src : The chart we analyse.
lenght : Used for the calcul.
isHigh : lookging for high if true, low otherwise.
Returns: The bar index and the price of the pivot.
by this script you can see the average level of macd, macd-asprey, rsi, stochastic, cci, momentum, obv, DI, volume weighted macd, cmf indicators within a period. It also calculates and creates the same graph for higher time frame, so you can see average levels for current and higher time frame. you can also check it for divergence/convergence. You can use it as...