The default script has: Doji , Bearish Harami, Bullish Harami, Bearish Engulfing , Bullish Engulfing , Piercing Line, Bullish Belt, Bullish Kicker, and Bearish Kicker. The Piercing Line, Bullish Belt, and the Kickers will usually show up better in the daily charts
I am trying to count volumes over a period of time. So that turned out awkwardly.
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Candle Color Generator:
This indicator is designed to highlight the candle colors based on the combinations of Parabolic SAR (PSAR) and 2 Hull Moving Averages (HMA).
Yellow, Red, and Green colors are used to describe the candle colors depends on its position to PSAR and 2 HMAs.
PSAR position above or below candle position is differentiated...
Literally the name, just checks if a high or low is a full number or decimal (i.e 100.5) then shows the percentage of full number highs vs percentage of full number lows.
I couldn't really find anything useful with it but maybe someone else can
What is up y'all ? (french trying to sound American)
I found that in my script archives, way back in an old cave. I think this might be useful as a few really asked me how to define a green/red candle, how to capture the wick value, the body, etc..
This is not a fancy script as usual and I'm sure they're plenty of candles pattern scripts out there but I saw no...
The idea is to make it more visible if the moment is to seek buying or selling, based on moving averages, being SMA 21 and EMA 9.
best BUYBAR has the EMA9 and SMA21 rising and closing above them. "relevance A"
best SELLBAR has the EMA9 and SMA21 dropping and closing below them. "relevance A"
Conditions for all colors of the candlesticks:
BuyBar A = price...
I've modified the original script by Wiscodish to show any candle that's smaller than the median of the previous 10 as green. As soon as it crosses the median point it'll change colour to gray.
I've also added a horizontal line where the median is so you can see how close the candle is to becoming large.
I made this to serve as a reminder if a candle is not closed yet. This is to avoid entering a trade based on a candle that is not closed because this candle could look alot different by the time it closes. Good luck.
Why use RSI Candles instead of a normal RSI? Because it removes screen clutter, and it also allows you to clearly see what level of overbought/oversold the candle is really at. Sometimes, it is hard to tell that a candle is overbought/oversold or very overbought/sold when it is exactly at 70 or 80. (as shown by arrows, scroll left on chart)
Original RSI Candles...