HTF Tool 2: Because the previous version was removed for being too powerful.
HTF Tool allows Users to display Higher Timeframe(HTF) Candles on their Chart with retracement lines drawn from the (High/Low) range of the HTF candle, as well as a live HTF MA.
This indicator perfectly handles Requested data to display a non-lagging HTF Moving Average(MA) by bridging a...
For long time I have been getting a lot of requests for Support/Resistance Multi Time Frame script. Here ' Support Resistance Channels/Zones Multi Time Frame ' is in your service.
This script works if the Higher Time Frame you set is higher than the chart time frame. so the time frame in the options should be higher than the chart time frame.
This indicator displays HTF candles and pivot points.
The candles are displayed in a box and you can select Open-Close, High-Low or both.
You can show all of the past, or just "today only" or "previous day only".
You can also shift one previous candle to the current one.
The pivot point is the normal one.
There is an option to display CPR (Central pivot...
There are a million oscillators out there based on volume. My biggest problem with them is that they simply tell you whether you have volume to the upside or volume to the down side. it's kind of tricks you with the lack of information into thinking you have a change in your trend or that you're going to be able to break out of a range across a moving average or...
Overview of Features
This indicator was inspired by the work of "informanerd" in the script called "HTF Candles" as well as the built-in script called "Multi-Time Period Charts" by TradingView. The script will provide a highly customizable interface to specify the higher timeframe resolution for the candlesticks, the type of candle, as well as various styling...
Contains all past levels that we need
1. Previous Monthly High
2. Previous Monthly Low
3. Previous Weekly High
4. Previous Weekly Low
5. Previous Daily High
6. Previous Daily Low
7. Previous Monthly Range Average (PMH+PML)/2
8. Previous WeeklyRange Average (PWH+PWL)/2
9. Previous Daily Range Average (PDH+PDL)/2
10. Monthly Open
11. Weekly Open
12. Daily Open