Plots the last X bars of any asset; including the live candle currently painting
Useful for low time frame trading when you want to see correlated asset price movement right alongside the price movement you're watching.
Useful for quick and simple comparisons; when you don't want the clutter of split screen or multi-pane view.
Useful for backtesting.
Price scale agnostic; just plots the shape of the recent price action, with several optional labels: Asset+timeframe | Live Price | Highest price over X bars | Lowest price over X bars.
Works fine with all the assets i've tested it on.
-number of bars to paint.
-horizontal offset: plot to right X bars or to left X bars
-vertical offset: shift up or down, shrink or expand; by using 2 'spacer' inputs
-color/transparancy of candles and price labels.
-width (pixels) of candle bodies.
-choose to display price labels or not
-choose to display asset label or not
--Add several of these indicators; changing the vertical 'Shift/Shrink' settings on each to visually separate them.
--In the above chart or EurUsd, there are three indicators =>> three mini-plots overlaid: DXY, EurGbp and GbpUsd. Using the following settings for Space Above:Space Below: DXY- 0.1:4.5 | EurGbp- 1.8:1.8 | GbpUsd- 4.5:0.1
--the more you add, the more you'll have to vertically shrink the plots
ETH erc20: 0x4b0400B1c18503529ab69611e82a934DDe4Ab038
ETH bep20: 0x1F0f03F184079bb1085F8C9dF3a8191C9f5869B3
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