This is Cumulative Delta Volume script. Delta refers to the difference between buying and selling volume at each price level. Cumulative Delta builds upon this concept by recording a cumulative tally of these differences in buying vs selling volume. The Cumulative Delta indicator plots as candlesticks or line. One of the main uses of Cumulative...
I got some requests for a script that shows Fibonacci Levels of Higher Time Frame Candles. so I made/published this script. I hope it would be useful for you.
You can set Higher Time Frame, by default it's 1 Day.
Optionally it can use Current or Last Candle of higher time frame to calculate/show its Fibonacci Levels.
It can show higher...
Some code for detecting the very rare occurrences of the Marubozu candle. This candle occurs when the High = Close, and Low = Open, or vice versa. They are continuation candles, so if you see a bullish Marubozu during an uptrend its possible that the uptrend will continue.
This is "Point and Figure Chart (PnF)" script that run in separated window in real time. The separated PnF chart window is timeless, so no relation with the time on the chart. PnF chart consist of "X" and "O" columns. While "X" columns represents rising prices, "O" column represents a falling price. If you have no idea about what PnF charting is...
This is " Smoothed Candles " script to get rid of noises and to get a smoothed chart to figure out breakouts and price movements easily.
There are three scaling methods: User Defined, Dynamic (ATR) and Percentage
Optionally you can add 2 Simple Moving Averages and 2 Exponential Moving Averages
Optionally you can hide the Wicks, example:
This script displays all candle patterns found in multi-time frames for a given lookback period. Candle pattern screening logic is taken from TradingView’s built-in script. The script works with 5m, 15m, 30m, 1HR, 2HR, 4HR, D, W, M timeframe. Works best with 5m chart.
Options available for trend detection, lookback period, and selecting candle pattern.
Marubozus are an interesting candle pattern wherein the close and open of the candle are also the high / low points of the candle. In other words, a candle with no shadows or wicks.
How reliable are they, though? Probably not very reliable on their own. It may also depend on the size of the candle. You would probably want to incorporate this candle pattern with...