This script is developed to find Divergences for many indicators. it analyses divergences and then draws line on the graph. red for negatif, lime for positive divergences.
Currently script checks divergence for , , Histogram, , , Momentum, OBV, Diosc, VWMACD and CMF indicators. You can use some or all of these indicators to check divergences as you wish by choosing them on the menu. Also you can add/remove many other indicators to the script to check if there is divergence.
The script first calculates tops/bottoms by using higher time frame and then finds divergences.
Higher Time Frames are
if currend period 1 min => HTF = 5 mins
if currend period 3 mins => HTF = 15 mins
if currend period 5 mins => HTF = 15 mins
if currend period 15 mins => HTF = 1 hour
if currend period 30 mins => HTF = 1 hour
if currend period 45 mins => HTF = 1 hour
if currend period 1 hour => HTF = 4 hours
if currend period 2 hours => HTF = 4 hours
if currend period 3 hours => HTF = 4 hours
if currend period 4 hours => HTF = 1 day
if currend period 1 day => HTF = 1 week
if currend period 1 week => HTF = 1 week
future plan : script finds regular divergences, soon I will add hidden divergences and also I plan to add alert ;)
For example, what are the red and green lines telling me?
What are the red and green dots telling me?
What is the relationship between the lines and the dots?
What should I look for to consider making a trade from this indicator?
I can figure out somethings from just studying it, but any tips or explaination would be really appreciated.
red line and dots- > negative divergence,
green line and dots -> positive divergence
when higher time frame completed the script checks for divergence and if there is any then draws line (there may be delay because it waits HTF completion, 0 to n bars)
for dots it doesn't wait HTF completion, it check on every bar for divergences, if there is one then it puts dot immediately
Okay, that’s excellent that there’s no repaint. Great work.
What I meant by zones is that, usually for divergence indicators the divergence is rendered as an instance. In other words, when there’s a divergence you get an indication ona specific bar instead of across a series of bars.
Your indicator on the other hand labels the divergences across a series of bars, and I think that’s better. Divergences should be marked like that in my opinion, as “zones” so to speak.