If you search the internet, you won't find much about these types of resistance and support levels. Hidden levels are SnR levels calculated based on some psychological patterns and sometimes it's unbelievable that the chart responds to these levels.
So use the indicator and check the idea.
This script is based on the approach of filtering signals by checking higher timeframes.
So basically setting higher numbers in "Strength Of Levels" option, will make the indicator check for support and/or resistance levels in timeframes higher than the current.
Unfortunately, I was forced to still use inefficient built-in functions pivothigh() and pivotlow(). I...
This script measures the Signal to Noise ratio of a security and plots it in deciBels scale!
Ideally, you would want the ratio to be above 10 dB, meaning the Signal strength is 10x the noise strength.
As a baseline, you should not rely on indicators that use any kind of moving average if the SNR is below 6 dB - meaning Signal strength is only 4x...
This indicator shows classical resistance and support levels which retraced the chart lately. Notice that the condensed lines laying close together are showing an area of support and/or resistance.
But after all, it was a tedious work creating this indicator because like I've already said, pine script is a very odd and weak language which does not have many...
This is a trend indicator at its core so combine with rsi or a moving average of your choice to see which direction the stock is trending in.
Only enter a position (long or short) when signal to noise ratio is above the signal line
This is one of my first indicators posted on here so be sure to leave me feedback
John F. Ehlers introuced another Enhanced Signal to Noise Indicator in his "Rocket Science for Traders" chapter 8.
blackcat L2 Ehlers Signal to Noise Indicator is used to measure Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR). In this code, the period of the measured dominant cycle is calculated in exactly the same manner as we calculated it for...
John F. Ehlers introuced Signal to Noise Indicator in his "Rocket Science for Traders" chapter 8. Dr. Ehlers terms the case where half the average daily trading range is equal to the signal amplitude as our zero decibel Signal-to-Noise Ratio (0 dB SNR) condition. He wants the signal amplitude to be at least twice the noise amplitude (6dB...
The Enhanced Signal To Noise Ratio was created by John Ehlers (Rocket Science For Traders pgs 87-88) and this is my favorite Ehlers Signal To Noise Ratio indicator. Scalpers like to use this indicator because when it is above the dotted line then the stock is trending and not trading sideways. Buy when the indicator line is green and sell when it is red.
The Alternate Signal To Noise Ratio was created by John Ehlers (Rocket Science For Traders pgs 84-85) and this is a variation of his signal to noise ratio that some scalpers might find more useful than his default signal to noise ratio. You would want to buy and sell when the indicator is above the dotted line because that means the stock is volatile enough to...
The Signal To Noise Ratio was created by John Ehlers (Rocket Science For Traders pgs 81-82) and this indicator is perfect for all of the scalpers out there! This will let you know when the stock is at a high volatility or not and when to buy or sell. If the indicator crosses over the dotted line then that means the stock is volatile and it is trading flat then it...