Important Note: This indicator has to be set up properly or you will get an error. Important things to note are the length of the range and the session definition. The idea is that you would set it up for what's relevant to your trading. Going too far back in the chart history will cause errors. Setting the session for a time that is not on the chart can cause errors. If you set it to look farther back than there are bars to display, you may get an error. What I've found is that if you get an error, you just need to change the settings to reflect available data and it will be able to compile the script. At the time of its publishing, the default range start is set to 10/ 01 /2020. If you're looking at this years later, you'll probably have to set the range to something more recent.
Plot or Lines:
Using Plot (displayed), the indicator will track the high/low from the end of the session into the next session. Then at the start of the next session, it will start tracking the high/low of that session until its end, then track that high/low until the start of the next session then reset.
Using lines, it will extend horizontal lines to the right indefinitely. The number of sessions back that the lines apply to is a user-defined number of sessions. There are limits to the number of lines that can be cast on a chart (roughly 40-50). So, the maximum number of sessions you can apply the lines to is the last 21 sessions (42 lines total). That gets really noisy though so I can't imagine that is a limiting factor.
You can change the background color and its transparency, as well as turn the background color on or off.
You can change the highs and lows colors
You can adjust the line width to your preference
You can use a continuous session covering any user-defined period (provided its not tooooo many candles back)
You can define the session length for intraday
You can exclude weekends
You can adjust the colors, transparency, and linewidth
You can display the plotline or horizontal lines
You can show/hide the background color.
You can change how many sessions back the horizontal lines will track
Let me know if there's anything this script is missing or if you run into any issues that I might be able to help resolve.
Here's what it looks like with Lines for the last 5 sessions and different background color.
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.
Now you can track since "Last Monday." To do this just set the range date to mondays date and don't check the "include sessions" checkbox. Then it will track the high and low since monday