You can enter up to 13 ticker (default is S&P500 and key market segments).
For each ticker, fibonacci levels are calculated and represented either in 5 color or 3 color mode as single lines.
(Thanks to eykpunter for the fibonacci level implementation. I'm using his code and modified it slightly).
Color coding (5 color mode) explanation:
blue = in uptrend area
light blue = in prudent buyers area
gray = in center area
light red = in prudent sellers area
red = in downtrend area
The topline is a combination of all ticker and shows if the market is either bullish or bearish (threshold adjustable in settings)
The bullish/bearish trend can also be used as background color. Alternatively the last bar in the selected time period is been highlighted.
How to use it:
The indicator works on all timeframes. Use the color coding explanation above to see the status of each asset.
a) You can evaluate "long" term trend using day or week timeframe. e.g. I'm usually trading only long and stay out of the market when it is not bullish (top line & background = blue). I'm also using it to know which segments/assets are currently "hot".
b) You can evaluate short term momentum (using 1h or lower timeframe) and see in which direction the market/assets are moving. e.g. I use this when the exchanges open to see how the day is going to move.
I've attached 3 examples in the screenshot - first is the default, in the second one I'm using different asset classes and the third one is for crypto.
There are security request limits as well as string limitations for the security calls in pine script, so I went to the maximum what is currently possible.
(No financial advise, for testing purposes only)
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.