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Added support for filtered ranges:
RID V3 : pastebin.com
RIDv3 has full backward compatibility (!?), meaning all my descriptions below still apply for V3.
-- In addition, I have added a NON-OVERLAY mode, which can be put in its own pane, that shows the number of bars in the current range.
-- in Overlay mode, you can...
This indicator is a mimic of the same used by bitcoinwisdom.
There seems to be several different formulas to calculate KDJ, however, i have yet to find this one on tradingview.
The background color is green when J>D and red when J<D. The idea being that when we go green we should buy and when red sell.
Let me know if you have any questions.
It is simply your traditional MFI , except that your 50 line became the actual price.
Why and how could it be useful? This indicator helps to spot more easily and efficiently divergences .
You could also use it for trend reversals as you usually do with your 50 line, but I would suggest to set a higher length for the MFI, like 155 or something like that.
Just the standard Demarker indicator (as coded by @PasqualeAntonino) but I've added some colours to highlight overbought/oversold conditions. If you're not familiar it helps to think of it as Tom Demark's version of RSI.
I find this better than RSI for evaluating if a TD Sequential 9 or 13 is signalling a full reversal or just a pullback.
Simple script highlighting a vertical line on the last bar of the Day/ Week/ Month/ Hour/ H4/ minute etc.
Helps maintain visibility of higher timeframes when on lower timeframes.
Quickly identify end of period levels.
Non-Directional (Volatility Based) Binary Options Highlighter
default set for 5-minute EUR/USD
change inputs for other time frames, or to use JPY pairs
dark blue = lowest volatility
pale blue = low volatility, increasing, use caution
dark red = highest volatility
pale red = high volatility, decreasing, use caution
I was searching for a script that had the 50 level visible, the only one I've found was the one of Alexpunct, however the 50 line was not very visible so I've just modified style and color. It's a very little modification but at least it's useful for those who want to use is in combo with EMA or McGinley-based strategies.
This idea behind this indicator was to show an un cluttered view of the RSI on 3 different timeframes. The RSI for the current chart highlights Lime/Red when it crosses the Overbought and Oversold levels, which are editable in the Inputs tab. RSI 2 defaults to the 1h timeframe and prints a lime dot at the top of the indicator when it's above the 50 level and a Red...
Calendar to work on instruments that trade a 24 hour day like crypto and forex, also does not display if you are above an intraday time. Main tweak was to end the trading day at 0000 (midnight) instead of 1700 (5pm) NYC time.
This update is geared towards Forex traders, which is why I chose to highlight Wednesday in yellow since that is commonly thought of as a...
This indicator includes:
RSI Candles set to the default 14 length (un check Borders in the Style tab to see the candlesticks better)
I like using the wicks as an early warning for a possible trend change, which is generally in the opposite direction of the wicks.
It's also easier for me to draw trend lines using the RSI Candles vs the rsi plot...
A simple script which allows the user to highlight the background of a certain session. At the moment there is only one session available, I will work on multiple highlights for numerous sessions at a later date.
HG Scalpius - Previous Bar Highlight
This indicator highlights the 20th bar from the current bar and has the below applications for trading the HG Scalpius system:
- Determining if trend mode off switch is triggered, failing to set a new higher (lower) close in the trend with 20 bars
- Determining the highest (lowest) bar in the previous range to decide if a...
Tema highlights bars based on the triple ema ( tema ) with two different length qualifiers.
The tema is believed to react quicker to price fluctuations than the simple moving average ( sma ), the exponential moving average ( ema ), and the double ema ( dema ). The shorter length tema crossing over the longer one is believed to indicate a bullish trend ahead,...