Basically, you will get a combo of few different tools in one box, with ability to turn them on and off with a single check mark, also, you have total control over the input numbers that was used in calculations if you so want to, for example, sometimes when i see a massive up trend, i reduce the short rally from 12 to 8 even 6 to get faster signal for selling the trend.
So, what will you get in this pack?
1- Ichimoko. Yes, you heard it right, although we have it in the default tools but hey, it will use one indicator slot and if you don't have a pro license, you will use that slot
2- Rally. This is an old yet very powerful system for getting buy or sell signals, basically, you get two lines and for making the life easier i draw a cloud between them. when the trend passes above the cloud and it was bellow it in past, right after the very first candle that gets above the cloud you can put the buy order, and vice versa, the moment a candle body enters the cloud, if you want an aggressive signal, you can sell, if not, you may want to wait to see if the candles drop bellow the cloud or not then decide.
3- Resistance Support Cloud. Most of us always heard about resistance and support "lines" but many of us don't know that, in each trend, the itself is a resistance or support line, and when you are going in a or tunnel, the floor and roof of tunnels are again resistance and supports, using this part of the tool, just like rally, you get a cloud that shows you the resistance / support "zone"
4- William Fractals. To be honest, I got this part of the code from another source available around. Why? looking at those indicators, you can easily eyeball the or existence of a tunnel.
5- Different lines. If you are one of those people that use lines for their trading, have fun with them, there are few different standard ones and even a custom one that you can put your desired number for it.
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.