I developed this indicator focusing on the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) to help me in a more direct and visual way when enteringand exiting my market position.
The idea is to configure the indicator with your favorite Moving Averages and Lengths and Enter Long when the price is above and Short when the price is below.
I put the setup that I am testing now in...
A simple script that places a bar at the bottom of the chart to indicate the direction of Heiken-Ashi candles - while still using traditional candles on the main chart. Try setting the bar on a higher timeframe to see the overall direction of the trend, while using traditional candles for entries/exits.
This script allows you to choose a movingaverage type and length, and then choose two different chart time frames. It will plot a movingaverage line for each time frame you select (total of 2). Choose between EMA, SMA, and WMA.
You can be looking at a 5-min chart, but have an EMA for a 1-min timeframe and a 10-min timeframe be displayed.
Hi guys, how ya doing!
I know sometimes you'll need multiple timeframe RSI to study your chart, so do I, therefore I'll share my multi RSI tool for you.
There are total 3 RSI for you to use, you can turn each ON or OFF
I've added more lines for your better view
Also provided a choice for smooth line or step line where there's no gap
This is Support Resistance script that uses Multi Time Frame. While getting Close/Open/High/Low values of Higher Time Frames the script does NOT use Security function , instead it calculates them.
while choosing Higher Time Frame, you can use "Auto" option so it uses predefined Higher Time Frames, or you can choose the Higher Time Frame...
====== ABOUT THIS INDICATOR
- A simple but highly customisable display of previous higher time-frame
OHLC values, drawn using line.new and label.new. Nothing fancy but...
- Customised resolution input which excludes time frames lower than 1 hour
while extending the common higher reference inputs to include:
• 6, and 12 Hour
Available Options on Inputs Tab!!!
RSI with ability to change first RSI to a different Time Frame.(Defaults To Current Chart Time Frame).
Ability To Turn On/Off Background Highlighting if First RSI is Above/Below 70 or 30 Lines.
Ability To Turn On/Off Background Highlighting When First RSI Crosses Above 30 Or Below 70.
Ability To Turn On/Off "B" Or "S" When...
Plots the live non-repainting candles for a higher time interval than the chart interval.
Configuration of the look and feel of the MTF candles.
Live candles update as the price action evolves for the session.
Historical candles can be toggled on/off.
Includes a moving average ribbon that is also MTF, matching the interval chosen.
The goal of this study was to use ADX from Higher Timeframe - to determine trend direction
Why? Because ADX is very sensitive, able to show trend ending without any delay, but not in the middle of it.
Being able to see such immediate trend change on higher timeframe, is a great indicator of trend direction.
Adding just security() calls to 'highest', 'lowest' and...
Pivots detected at higher timeframes are more significant because more market activity—or work—is required to produce them. This indicator displays pivots calculated on the higher timeframe of your choice.
► Timeframe selection
— The higher timeframe (HTF) can be selected in 3 different ways:
• By steps (15 min., 60 min., 4H, 1D, 3D, 1W, 1M, 1Y). This...
Recently we got new features in Pine such Arrays of Lines, Labels and Strings. Thanks to the Pine Team! ( here )
So I decided to make new style of Multi Time Frame indicator and I used Array of Lines in this script. here it is, RSI Multi Time Frame script. it shows RSI for current time frame as it is and also it gets RSI for the Higher Time...
This is an experimental study designed to identify the underlying trend bias and volatility of an instrument over any custom interval TradingView supports.
First, reset points are established at points where the opening price of the interval changes.
Next, Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is calculated. It is the cumulative sum of typical price times volume...
Why use CLAM?
Because candle length may be difficult to discern in fast, choppy markets. CLAM plots current price activity against previous trends. The calculation is similar to Know Sure Thing (KST) without the lag. CLAM uses Triple EMAs (TEMA) instead of Simple Moving Averages (SMAs), and raw open - close instead of clunky Rate of Change (ROC). CLAM...