To display the Heikin Ashi candle direction on your normal chart, using this script is better than switching between layouts. It includes different display modes so that you can use it alongside other indicators without clashing visually (bar colour/plotted shapes/shapes on flip only), and alerts on changes in direction. Many scripts include some or other of these...
With the same idea of the VPSA i make the VPSA2 to make Heiken Ashi style synthetic graph of the price and the volume effect, its easy to see the volume trends. Each instrument have a more clear time frame to see the volume patterns.
I see very useful like a secondary analysis layer. in the graph show the same RSI with price and VPSA2 like source.
Ever wanted to know what Heikin-Ashi candles are showing for multiple time frames at a glance? Adjustable time frame for each row. Arrows show when each column is either all green (white up arrow) or all red (yellow down arrow).
This script adds red/green blocks to the top of every chart that show the current daily Heiken Ashi candle colour, so even when you're on a 1h or 4h chart you can quickly see if the current day is bullish or bearish. The higher timeframe is customisable too, so if you prefer to use weekly HA values, then now's your time to shine.
Useful for quickly going through...
This script plots both real and HA candles regardless or which are used on the chart in TV settings.
(and has the functions for you to use.)
Lots of people seem to misunderstand backtesting (or scam people) based on HA candles.
Backtesting with HA candles leads to impossible trades. ALWAYS backtest with real candles.
That doesn't mean you might not want to look...
The script combines 2 indicators (MACD and Stoch-RSI) and puts them visually directly on the candles - can be used with normal OHLC candles or Heiken Ashi candles. Furthermore, you can derive divergences exremely easy directly visually from the candles as well. Lastly, a SMA 20 high and a SMA 20 low line build a trend channel.
Script is best used in trending...
Higher TimeFrame using custom source function for toggling traditional Candle sources or Heikin-Ashi sources on a traditional Candles chart.
Thanks to PineCoders for rounding method: www.pinecoders.com
Thanks to @LucF and @RicardoSantos for their advice and enlightenment as always.
NOTICE: This is an example script and not meant to be...
What is this? : This script prints simple Heikin Ashi candles
Why this script? : This script has a specific visual trait, that makes it looks like a clean black line on the 1min timeframe when completely zoomed out. Because of this the chart looks clear instead of messy, even on max field of view....
This heatmap chart is created base on Heikin Ashi trend for Malaysia Major Index
This allow compare to malaysia stock for macro trending.
Lastly ,thank to LonesomeTheBlue which inspire me for this coding .
When apply a strategy to Heikin Ashi Candle chart (HA candle), the strategy will use the open/close/high/low values of the Heikin Ashi candle to calculate the Profit and Loss, hence also affecting the Percent Profitable, Profit Factor, etc., often resulting a unrealistic high Percent Profitable and Profit Factor, which is misleading. But if you want to use the HA...
Here are two moving averages, one based on positive candles and the other based on negative candles. If the current bar is positive, the negative MA will use its last known negative bar for the calculation. The default setting uses Heikin Ashi to smooth the candles with the trend, you can turn this off if you want in inputs.
Let me know if you find it useful :)
A buy signal is generated when the indicator turns upwards from previous indicator level.
A sell signal is generated when the indicator turns downwards from previous indicator level.
The indicator is trend-following, and based on averages, so by its nature it doesn't pick a bottom, but rather shows when a rally has started.
It is designed for daily period...