highlighter panel provides insights to identify gradual increase or drop in or sudden urge that exceeds daily threshold.
It helps to determine the price behavior of the underlying Index/stock to make informed decisions while trading.
a) Displays Live (20) with color code. Cells turns green if consecutive bar increases.
b) Live Cell in table turns green if the is above average and turns red vice versa.
c) Threshold label appears when crosses the daily threshold limit.
Differences with the built-in version
This variation displays panel with additional insights for quick entry/exits.
• Highlight Panel a) Configure Daily Threshold b) configure Market session time c) Toggle highlighter on/Off d) Toggle Time on/Off (off) displays for whole period
• Panel a) Configure b) configure bar criteria c) configure Panel Display Location d) Toggle Panel on/Off
Price always moves from trending to trading phase. in Trending phase is generally high compared to in sideways phase. You need to identify the right threshold in each of the trading phases and change the settings accordingly.
█ BANKNIFTY / NIFTY SETTINGS
BANKNIFTY - 3 MIN -50K
NIFTY - 3 MIN 125 K
Thanks to OSPL Siva for Nifty /Bank Nifty volumes. These volumes differ from trending phase & consolidation phase so adjust the threshold settings accordingly.
Thanks a lot to Pine Team for this new great feature table & ‘format. Volume’ ! Thanks to @author=LucF, for the 'volume' logic.
Indicator is built for educational purposes. Please test it thoroughly before you start using it.
You are free to use the code, please share the credit for reuse.
Hope - All these features help you get quick insights of the price movement to take the informed trades.
Happy Trading !!
RSI background Color Coding
RSI >80 Overbought (light green)
RSI > 60 Bullish. (green)
RSI Between 40 to 50 , Neutral (gray)
RSI <40 Bearish (red)
RSI<20 Oversold(light red)
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