Custom Multi-Timeframe Indicator

QuantNomad Updated   
It's a pretty simple example of a nice custom screener you can run for multiple timeframes. This is an RSI screener, but you can easily change the function for your own Indicator.
Screener displays:

  • Last value of the instrument
  • RSI value for up to 10 instruments / 4 timeframes.

In Parameters you can change:
  • 4 timeframes
  • 10 instruments
  • Parameters for RSI
  • Styling parameters for table

If the selected timeframe will be lower than the current one you will receive a warning message in a table.

Thanks to @MUQWISHI to help me code it.

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Due to various factors, including changing market conditions, the strategy may no longer perform as well as in historical backtesting.
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Release Notes:
Small adjustments
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Fixing a bug with header
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typo fixed

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