This indicator shows three types of support and resistance lines: Horizontal, Parallel (using linear regression) and Fibonacci Retracement. Lines can be adjusted or turned on and off in settings. A great tool for setting up entries, exits and locating pivot points.
This is a new indicator that uses Murrey Math formulas to find the tops and bottoms, then uses those tops and bottoms to draw long-term fibonacci retracement levels. The genius of Murrey was his geometric formulas to calculate the right place to start plotting the lines, but I think the fibonacci ratios typically seem more accurate than the MM line ratios. So in...
This was supposed to be an automatic ICT OTE (Optimal Trade Entry) Fib level placement on a 3-day scale, but this did not turn out anywhere near close to how I envisioned it working.
Probably with some more development and applied math for the fib levels, I can get this to work even with breached 3D levels, but currently it's an exercise in frustration.
This is based on Fibonacci Pivot Points. I forked "CristianD CD_PivotR" code for this. Thanks
"Fibonacci Pivot Points start just the same as Standard Pivot Points. From the base Pivot Point, Fibonacci multiples of the high-low differential are added to form resistance levels and subtracted to form support levels."
Pivot Point (P) = (High + Low + Close)/3