This indicator displays zigzag based on high and low using latest pine script version 5 , chart.point which using time, index and price as parameters.
Pretty much a strip down using latest pine script function, without any use of library .
This allow pine script user to have an idea of simplified and cleaner code for zigzag.
Provides functions for simplifying operations with collections of x+y coordinates. Where x is typically a bar index or time (millisecond) value.
new(size) Creates two arrays. One for X (int ) and another for Y (float ).
size : The initial size of the arrays.
size(xA, yA) Checks the size of the arrays and if they're...
A moving indicator that is overlaid main chart. Identifies the start of the day, and then applies this formula:
( Current High of Day + Current Low of Day ) / 2, to get the mid point. It is a useful tool to identify buy side or sell side control, along with vwap.
(Republishing of the hidden script)
A heuristic approach to identify P&F chart type. Catches all variations.
Works correctly with other chart types:
Function - Number of digits before and after the decimal point
Detect the number of digits in integers and floats, before the decimal and after it.
It also works for negative numbers.
There are some rounding issues, but the currently maximum supported number can have safely up to 3 digits after the decimal point.
This indicator contains two simple moving averages that is calculated from the pivot point rather than the closing price. This indicator is described in detail in chapter 6 of the book Candlestick and Pivot Point Trading Triggers: Setups for Stock, Forex, and Futures Markets by John L. Person.
DYNAMIC S&R 2.0 is available:
This simple script will add in your chart "dynamic support/resistance" and the possible entry point.
Here is OSOIL Chart:
This indicator is not designed to be used as a bot, but only to help your trades :) If you consider this useful, please consider donate: 1NR9tyn8tAn6nuQzosaZ2SkfT38PLxN5mf
Pivot points simply took the high, low, and closing price from the previous period and
divided by 3 to find the pivot. From this pivot, traders would then base their
calculations for three support, and three resistance levels. The calculation for the most
basic flavor of pivot points, known as ‘floor-trader pivots’, along with their support and