I made this to serve as a reminder if a candle is not closed yet. This is to avoid entering a trade based on a candle that is not closed because this candle could look alot different by the time it closes. Good luck.
I've modified the original script by Wiscodish to show any candle that's smaller than the median of the previous 10 as green. As soon as it crosses the median point it'll change colour to gray.
I've also added a horizontal line where the median is so you can see how close the candle is to becoming large.
I am trying to count volumes over a period of time. So that turned out awkwardly.
Why is it, I do not understand. I did not see anything special about this topic. If someone digs on this topic, I ask for links. Why publish, well, if I take something from the community, I have to return something). Russian himself, so google translation. With zeros do not know on...
The default script has: Doji , Bearish Harami, Bullish Harami, Bearish Engulfing , Bullish Engulfing , Piercing Line, Bullish Belt, Bullish Kicker, and Bearish Kicker. The Piercing Line, Bullish Belt, and the Kickers will usually show up better in the daily charts
Should I FOMO?? (number of revisited candles in a timeframe)
I fomo way too much so i have created this little indicator to show me how many times (PERCENT) a candle is revisited in a period P
with the idea that i should not panic and maybe just wait patiently for a better price.
This is for displaying a price line showing the spread difference of brokers such as 1broker.com or trading212.com where price is different than actual price. It may also be used as an ask line or to provide an additional alternate chart.
- JPY pip correction
- Price Line
- Kagi, Does not work on Forex pairs!
- Western Bar
This is for displaying a price line showing the spread difference of brokers such as 1broker.com or trading212.com where price is different than actual price. It may also be used as an ask line.
Version 2 is well featured with a toggle for JPY pairs. As well as 5 different traditional charts: Candlesticks, Heikenashi, Renko, Western Bar, Area.
If you like this...