Fair Value Gap :
The FVG process shows every bullish, bearish or even mitigated FVG liquidity area. When a FVG is fully mitigated it will directly be removed of the chart.
There is an history of FVG to show. By selecting specific number of FVG to show in the chart, the user can focus its analysis on lasts liquidity area.
Here's the rules for FVG color :
- Green when it's a bullish FVG and has not been mitigated
- Red when it's a bearish FVG and has not been mitigated
- Gray when the bullish / bearish FVG has been mitigated
- Removed when the FVG has been fully mitigated
The Structure process show BOS in grey lines and CHoCH in yellow lines. It shows to the user the lasts price action pattern.
The blue lines are the high value and the low value of the current structure.
User can check this parameter to reduce mitigated FVG area. This will show exactly where is FVG that has not been mitigated on the chart.
The mitigated FVG color is still grey.
This new parameter is disabled by default but can be enabled at any time
With this new feature, user can add an alert directly from the indicator. It will be sent when a FVG area has been mitigated.
With this new feature, user can now change BOS and CHoCH color compared to its direction (bullish or bearish).
With this new version, there can now be up to 4 different colors during a structure change.
In this new version, the user can display up to 5 Fibonacci retracement levels that will be applied to the current structure.
The user can also modify the value, color, style, and thickness of the line associated to each retracement.
The default values are as follows: 0.786, 0.705, 0.618, 0.5, and 0.382.
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