This is an updated and improved version of my "Price Action Trading strategy". I have added two extra optional filters, one is a trend direction filter based on the MACD slow EMA(17), blue line, and the other is a RSI(7) filter which works similarly to CCI(14) but slightly different dynamics (thank you to gianfranco60 for the suggestion). Also made a couple of...
This is my first public release of indicator code and my PSv4.0 version of "Linear Regression Channel", as it is more commonly known. It replicates TV's built-in "Linear Regression" without the distraction of heavy red/blue fill bleeding into other indicators. We can't fill() line.new() at this time in Pine Script anyways. I entitled it Linear Regression Trend...
Here's an oscillator derived from my previous script, Cycle Channel Clone ().
There are 2 oscillator plots - fast & slow. Fast plot shows the price location with in the medium term channel, while slow plot shows the location of short term midline of cycle channel with respect to medium term channel.
Usage of this is...
Return a linear regression channel with a window size within the range (min, max) such that the R-squared is maximized, this allows a better estimate of an underlying linear trend, a better detection of significant historical supports and resistance points, and avoid finding a good window size manually.
Min : Minimum window size value
Highest / Highest High Highest (Data) - HHV (Data, Period)
Lowest / Lowest Low Lowest (Data) LLV (Data, Period)
These functions calculate the highest / lowest value of a selected data.
Highest High and Lowest Low options are mostly used.
The Highest function calculates the highest value of the selected data in the past.
The Lowest function calculates the lowest...
Plots three Average True Range channels as described in Alexander Elder's "The New Trading for a Living".
You can adjust the EMA and ATR days that are the basis of these channels.
This is my first script – happy to get any feedback on this! Thanks :)
Lines are the most widely used figures in technical analysis, this is due to the linear trends that some securities posses (daily log SP500 for example), support and resistances are also responsible for the uses of lines, basically linear support and resistances are made with the assumption that the line connecting two local maximas or minimas will...
This indicator will use a moving average to create the channel around the price. It has some settings
Here it's possible to select what the indicator will display, from the middle line to the 3rd band level.
Reversion points will appear when the price cross out the selected band
Swing back option, when active, will make the indicator display...
This is a simple Day Trade indicator, but can be used for swing and long term trades.
It is based on Donchian Channels to detect trend and point out resistance or support breakouts using arrows.
The bars ared colored when a breakout occurs. When a resistance breakout occurs the current and the next bars are colored green (default) and when a support breakout...
RSI Donchian Channels
Built by Ricardo and JR
Here is a great indicator to use for strong trends. Donchian Channels react immediately to changes in the highest high and lowest low. For strong trends you want to trade when RSI is set along the upper or lower DC-RSI envelope. When the RSI releases from the DC-RSI envelope, you can take the trade off.
Although many will use lines in order to make support and resistances, others might use curves, this is logical since trends are not always linear. Therefore it was also important to take this into consideration, and when i published the price-line channel indicator, i already started a curved version of it. Therefore i propose this new indicator...
October 21 2019 - Easy Fibonacci Channels - by RootDuk
Easy adaptable fibonacci channels. By changing the levels you can adapt
the lines as needed. There's also global params to use for horizontal and
The TRIMA is simply the SMA of the SMA -- a double-smoothed simple moving average . The end effect of the double smoothing is that greater weight is placed on values near the middle of the lookback period. It therefore reacts relatively slowly to price changes compared to most moving averages .
But why would I want more lag?
One potential use of this moving...