The VWAP Range indicator is a highly versatile and innovative tool designed with trading signals for trading the supply and demand within consolidation ranges.

What's a VWAP?
A VWAP (Volume Weighted Average Price) represents an equilibrium point in the market, balancing supply and demand over a specified period. Unlike simple moving averages, VWAP gives more weight to periods with higher volume. This is crucial because large volumes indicate significant trading activity, often by institutional traders, whose actions can reflect deeper market insights or create substantial market movements. The VWAP is also often used as a benchmark to evaluate the efficiency of executed trades. If a trader buys below the VWAP and sells above it, they are generally considered to have transacted favourably.

This is how it works:

Multiple VWAP Anchors:
This indicator uses multiple VWAPs anchored to different optional time periods, such as Daily, Weekly, Monthly, as well as to the highest high a lowest low within those periods. This multiplicity allows for a comprehensive view of the market’s average price based on volume and price, tailored to different trading styles and strategies.

Dynamic and Fixed Periods:
Traders can choose between using dynamic ranges, which reset at the start of each selected period, and specifying a date and time for a particular fixed range to trade. This flexibility is crucial for analyzing price movements within specific ranges or market phases.
Fixed ranges allow VWAPs to be calculated and anchored to a significant market event, the beginning of a consolidation phase or after a major news announcement.

Signal Generation:
The indicator generates buy and sell signals based on the relationship of the price to the VWAPs. It also allows for setting a maximum number of signals in one direction to avoid overtrading or pyramiding. Be sure to wait for the candle close before trading on the signals.

Average Buy/Sell Signal Lines:
Lines can be plotted to display the average buy and sell signal prices. The difference between the lines shows the average profit per trade when trading on the signals in that range. It's a good way to see how profitable a range is on average without backtesting the signals. The lines will also often turn into support and resistance areas, similar to value areas in a volume profile.

Customizable Settings:
Traders have control over various settings, such as the VWAP calculation method and bar color. There are also tooltips for every function.

Hidden Feature:
There's a subtle feature in this indicator: if you have 'Indicator values' turned on in TradingView, you'll see a Sell/Buy Ratio displayed only in the status line. This ratio indicates whether there are more sell signals than buy signals in a range, regardless of the Max Signals setting. A red value above 1 suggests that the market is trending upward, indicating you might want to hold your long positions a bit longer. Conversely, a green value below 1 implies a downward trend.

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