This is a simple Donchian Channel variation that separates the the channels into quadrants, and enables MTF calculation.
Average open and close plots are included for additional confirmation of a trend.
Candles are coloured based on relative price and volume:
- If today’s closing price and volume are greater than (n) bars ago, color today’s volume bar green.
- If today’s closing price is greater than (n) bars ago but volume is not, color today’s volume bar lime.
- Similarly, if today’s closing price and volume is less than (n) bars ago, color today’s volume...
SadLittleThings Price Compare With Offset MTF by RagingRocketBull 2018
This indicator lets you compare multiple assets across different timeframes, supports offsets and alpha multipliers.
Standard TradingView Compare doesn't have Offset/Timeframe/Multiplier options, hence this indicator.
- compare current asset's price with 2 custom ext...
Feel free to use this Multi Time Frame RSI indicator.
You can select up to 4 time frames.
You can plot either each of them or the average of all 4 or the faster 3.
Enjoy. Please leave a like if it is useful to you.
Multi SMA EMA WMA HMA 4x5 Moving Averages with Bollinger Bands Advanced MTF by RagingRocketBull 2019
This indicator shows multiple MAs of any type SMA EMA WMA HMA etc with BB and MTF support, can show MAs as dynamically moving levels.
There are 4 MA groups + 1 BB group, a total of 4 TFs * 5 MAs = 20 MAs. You can assign any type/timeframe combo to a...
This indicator shows density of each candlestick .
If volume density is high, it will be in a ceiling or bottom, or it will be easy to break and you can predict them.
This is Multiple Time Frame version.
Cryptocurrency: above hourly
Forex, Index: above weekly
1D MACD, with slightly slower values for a little less noise.
Instead of the 12, 26, 9, this shows the 13, 34, 9.
Instead of showing a histogram, it uses area and color-codes the area blue and red based on directional movement.
Overlaid is a black histogram line showing the 4H MACD, produced by values of 6, 13, 5.