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Hancock - POC VA

This indicator shows POC (Point of Control) and VA (Value Area) High and Low as well as the developing ranges. This indicator makes use of the new arrays which means the resolution for calculating POC and VA is up to 100k bins at, in most cases, tick resolution and allows for custom time-frames.

Not much else needs to be said about this indicator.

Happy Trading
Hancock
Release Notes: Fixed display toggle developing range and removed redundant code
Open-source script

In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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Great job! Is there a way for this script to work without “array” feature? Cheers!
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ahancock AlexTiagoAcosta
@AlexTiagoAcosta, oh wow! thank you kindly!! :) You can have this work without using arrays but you loose so much of the adaptive resolution that its not really worth to do so.
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Beautiful work! Thank you for sharing!
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This is amazing . thanks for sharing with us .
PS : Do you know what is the reason that there is a little gap between yesterdays POC of your indicator and the built in session volume profile of tradingview ?
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Thanks so much for sharing this script! I was able to customize the code (using different time frames like 65m and 6 month) a little to fit my own trading. I have seen someone selling this indicator for over $700 on TOS.
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very cool indicator thank you
works well on crypto and financial futures but there is some issues with forex
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Great work, very useful, thank you!!! Would it be possible to make the untouched lines such as P_POC, P_VA_H and P_VA_L to extend into the future until they are touched by the price action?
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Brilliant work! One question - I've been changing the resolution for charts that plot with an array which is too large, but I was wondering if it's possible to add in-built error handling to find the best useable resolution? Or even a max_bars_back to combat the array size issue? Which would be the best way to solve this issue? Cheers!
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fantastic indicator! i would still like to see an annual time unit!
good job!
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