A useful indicator designed to display vertical line separators at specified periods, for example every hour or every 4 hours.
To use this indicator, you must be in a timeframe lower than the specified timeframe on the indicator.
I haven't found any other scripts that allow for custom time frames so I created my own :)
Let me know if you have any suggestions.
I have created this indicator because I was in a need of simple indication of personal session time for my backtesting while practicing intraday Futures trading.
How it works:
1. Define your timezone.
2. Set Trading session start/end time.
3. Choose the colour you want to see your intraday session in.
Actual result: Your selected session is displayed with...
Overlay the 8- and 20-period exponential moving averages.
Also known as an exponentially weighted moving average, the EMA gives more significance to recent periods compared to an SMA (simple moving average).
Learn more about the EMA on Investopedia
This script is just for reference to see the trading range.
Do not use this strategy logic, it is just Test strategy.
The trading range is colored depending on whether it is profitable or not.
You can change the color if you want.
When you declare the strategy, put (process_orders_on_close=true,calc_on_every_tick=true, max_boxes_count=500) in your script.
█ This indicator shows the repartition of bullish and bearish trends over a certain period in multiple timeframes. It's also showing the trending direction at the time.
Trend dominance is expressed with two percentages: left is downtrend and right is uptrend. Cell colors turn green if dominance is up and red if it is down.
Knowing the trend...
This user-friendly indicator allows up to 8 moving averages ( EMA or SMA ) from any timeframe, on any time frame. There are plenty of other MTF MA indicators, each with their own pros and cons. I wanted to make one without the cons:
- Independently set each MA to Exponential or Simple
- No preset lengths
- No preset timeframes
- Optional labels to help keep...
The Cycle Period was created by John Ehlers and this is yet another version that shows how to calculate the current cycle period which is the approximate amount of days between a current peak or valley and the next peak or valley. I would not recommend this for trading since it is more for informational use only but I would try experimenting with this output to be...
With this indicator, you can choose candles in the period you want on your chart.
• If your chart is 5 minutes, the duration should be greater than 5 on this indicator.
If you do not do it this way, there will be gaps in the price, it will not give the right result.
• If you want to see it in minutes, you must enter a direct numerical value. For...
This will allow you to enter the date when the strategy should start trading. It cancels all orders if the the current bar is older than the date you entered in the input field.
Motivation: strategy(lookback) never worked for me and even if it did, it is garbage, because I want to set a date instead of number of bars. I can see on the chart clearly what period is...
This is an example of how to reference higher timeframe data without the
need for a 'security()' call.
I have attempted to create the function example:
with the purpose of wrapping up and pumping out all common relevent HTF
price data that's needed for your everyday indicators in a reliable fashion.
====== ABOUT THIS INDICATOR
- A simple but highly customisable display of previous higher time-frame
OHLC values, drawn using line.new and label.new. Nothing fancy but...
- Customised resolution input which excludes time frames lower than 1 hour
while extending the common higher reference inputs to include:
• 6, and 12 Hour
John F. Ehlers introuced Phase Accumulation technique of cycle period measurement in his "Rocket Science for Traders" chapter 7. It is perhaps the easiest to comprehend. In this technique, John Ehlers measures the phase at each sample by taking the arctangent of the ratio of the Quadrature component to the In-phase component. A delta phase is...
There does not seem to be an offset for most Donchian Channel scripts out there. Many trading books have an offset of 1 but most Donchian Channels out there do not for some reason. I included one in case there is a need for it.
This script extends my other two Array examples (which I've also provided to you open source):
The Ticker-centric 5m,15m,45m,1h,4h,1d resolution labels using arrays:
And the more Macro VIX,GLD,TLT,QQQ,SPY,IWM 1d resolution labels using arrays:
This script aims to show how to use min/max/avg with Arrays easily. My next example after this will be exploring the...
There is a link below that further explain the purpose of this publication.
A fresh new look into the limitations of the security() function and perhaps expand our horizons on having access to more accurate data no matter from what timeframe you are on.
As always, it is my desire to help the community to continue reaching new highs.