1) Trend Indicators
# Both the trend indicators are multicolored.
# Very simple to Understand. Yellow means no trade zone, green - go long
, and red - go short.
# Trend Indicator 1 is an (20). It will change its color according to the trend
of the market.
# Trend Indicator 2 will be plotted at the bottom of the screen. Based upon
# Buy/Sell labels are synced with Trend Indicator 1. Wait for the close of the candle
2) Pivot Points
# Plots Standard on the chart.
# Additional option for plotting Fibonacci is also given.
# Plots standard up to S5 and R5
# At the middle, it is ( PP ) level and multiple
3) Daily Range
# It plots 2 important levels at the starting of the day.
# 2 bands are plotted in the morning when the market opens,
resembling strong zones.
# This indicator is used for finding levels on charts.
# So one can plan Targets and SL accordingly
# Lines will change color automatically if any candle closes above the line. It will change it's
to green. Similarly, it will change its color to red if the price is below the sup
5) CPR and CPR Next Day
# CPR is a very known indicator that indicates whether that helps in-stock selection.
# This is a very crucial indicator as it shows the CPR levels for the next day.
# One can make a guess by looking at the next day's CPR that whether the stock is going to be trendy/sideways the next day.
# Isn't it cool if you had some idea about tomorrow's behavior of the market's trend.
7) Major Intraday Indicators
# Plots label indicating the status of and .
8) Bollinger Bands
# The Upper and Lower Bands are used as a way to measure
by observing the relationship between the Bands and price
9) First bar of the day
# Plots the high and low of the first candle.
10) Different buy/sell labels and EHMA for forex.
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