First, you have to know price action, RTM price action Handbook could help you
this indicator shows you base and momentum candles
base candles could be zones of trade that show you fighting of bulls and bears, and momentum candles could show the power of those zones.
Base candles are white in the chart, and you can place your order at the good...
As most of you know that Moving Averages with the lengths 50, 100, 150 and 200 are very important. We should use these this moving averages to figure out S/R levels, the possible reversals points, trend direction etc. we should check these moving averages on Higher Time Frames as well. for example if you look at the chart with 5mins time frame,...
This is a modification of a script by RobMinty, "FXN - Asian Session Range" The script provides functionality to track specific trading sessions based on user preference rather than just the market sessions open and close. The idea is to help you hold yourself accountable to your specific trading times as well as backtest various marketing timings suitable to your...
Today I am here with a new idea and script, " LTB Zigzag Circles ". The idea is to create Circles using last 2 zigzag waves and to catch the breakouts earlier than horizontal lines. if a circle is broken then the script shows entry for Long/Short positions. and if broken circle reappears again then the position is closed. You can change Zigzag period...
Lines plotted for the Low and High of the region of price that was Overbought or Oversold
(Low of the candle that became overbought and highest high in the Overbought period)
(High of the candle that became oversold and highest high in the Oversold period)
I like to use the dotted lines as pivot points for the reversal of the trend, and also pay attention to...
Usually I need Price Change info and I believe most of you need this info too. I want to see how it increased/decreased. I automate this by using Pivot Points.
it works dynamically and it uses Pivot Highs and Pivot Lows accordingly. That means it calculates which one to use.
Please watch following video:
Recently we got new features in Pine such Arrays of Lines, Labels and Strings. Thanks to the Pine Team! ( here )
So I decided to make new style of Multi Time Frame indicator and I used Array of Lines in this script. here it is, RSI Multi Time Frame script. it shows RSI for current time frame as it is and also it gets RSI for the Higher Time...
A follower of mine asked me if I could make a version of my www.tradingview.com script using the MACD. Well it just so happens I was making a few modifications to my MACD script: just as this question came up so I went ahead and threw this together.
The MACD that triggers the SR zones is pictured below, with key trigger points encircled to illustrate how it works.
I got a question if it would be possible to Automatically draw S/R levels based on Volume rather than RSI as I had earlier done in this script;
Well it certainly is and it looks as though it might even be tradeable.
The indicator compares the size of volume bars so that if there is a noticeable increase in volume (noticeable here meaning above the indicator...
With the info "Trend is Your Friend ", you should not take position against the trend. This script checks multipte moving averages if they are above/below the closing price and try to find trend. The moving averages with the length 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377 used. these are fibonacci numbers, but optionally you can change the lengths...
Here Tweezers and Kangaroo Tail script is in your service. The script searches for Tweezer / Kangaroo Tail candlestick patterns and shows them as T (Tweezer) and K (Kangaroo Tail). Thanks to RorschachT who game me the idea and some details while working on this script.
What are these candlestick patterns?
- A tweezers...
once again, I want to show you a different method for detecting support and resistance level. Today's approach is similar to the one I posted recently, but the way the level will be detected is different. I call it the multi-timeframe standard deviation level.
How does it work?
The method is similar to the way Bollinger Bands work. First, the...
The Stablecoin Supply Ratio (SSR) is the ratio between Bitcoin supply and the supply of stablecoins, denominated in BTC.
When the SSR is low, the current stablecoin supply has more "buying power" to purchase BTC. It serves as a proxy for the supply/demand mechanics between BTC and USD.
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:
RMI is a combination of RSI and MFI oscillators which considers money flow and strength of supply or demand together.
It estimates that the money of which side is being ran out.
So the power of trends can be predictable approximately.
Where the green columns appear, it means demand is very high and it can fall because buyers may withdraw and sell their assets.