APD - Pivot Points + CPR

This script plots All types of Pivot Points + plots Central Pivot Range ( CPR ) & This script is based on "Secret of a Pivot Boss" book by Frank Ochoa. CPR is especially useful for intraday trading.

πŸ”₯ Available Types of Pivot Points -
πŸ”₯ Available Timeframes -
  • Auto
  • Daily
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Yearly
πŸ”₯ Extra Features -
  • Toggle for plotting desired PP+CPR levels.
  • πŸ”₯ You can also view Tomorrow's Pivot Points + CPR by end of the day.
  • You can also view Previous Day High/Low.
  • You can also view Previous Week High/Low.
  • You can also view Previous Month High/Low.
πŸ‘‰πŸ» How to use this Indicator -
  • Choose the type of PP from drop down list.
  • Choose the time frame if you want by default auto is set.
  • β˜‘οΈ Tick on the PP + CPR levels that you want to plot.
  • β˜‘οΈ Tick or untick the options to plot the Previous H/L values on the chart.
Default Time Frame selection -
  • For intraday resolutions up to and including 15 min, DAY (1D) is used
  • For intraday resolutions more than 15 min, WEEK (1W) is used
  • For daily resolutions MONTH is used (1W)
  • For weekly and monthly resolutions, 12-MONTH (12M) is used

DISCLAIMER :- This Script is for educational purposes only. Nothing in this content should be interpreted as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any sort of security or investment.
Release Notes: Bug Fix of Next (Tomorrow's) High & Low.
Release Notes: Visual Changes in Lines & Inputs.
Release Notes: Added one more Pivot Point

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