This is a good reminder for which way you should be placing orders.
It's best to not ignore these signals!!!
lime = full bull - 100ema above 200ema and price is above 200ema
green = hallf bull - price now below 200ema but 100ema is still above the 200
maroon = full bear - opposite of full bull
red = half bear - opposite of half bull
Also with multi...
This is a Multi Timeframe Moving Average Collection (Scalp Edition).
Why use it?
- Spot cluster of MAs on one chart
- See support and resistance
- Spot "freefall zones"
In the default settings you will get:
20, 100 and 200 MA of the 15min, 1h, 4h, and the 1D chart.
The color indicates significance!
From weaker to stronger support/resistance:
Multi-Timeframe RSI displays RSI of upto 5 timeframes including the current timeframe. By default, it plots RSI of D, W & M charts with RSI of the current timeframe. Use it to get powerful overbought and oversold signals or you can use it to check if RSI is above or below 50 on all timeframes, or to check support and resistance levels for RSI.
Use your custom...
This is an experimental study designed to visualize trend activity and volatility using a set of two Bollinger Bands calculated with a basis moving average type of your choice.
The available moving averages in this script are:
-Exponential Moving Average
-Simple Moving Average
-Weighted Moving Average
-Volume Weighted Moving Average
-Hull Moving Average
This script has the option to disable the MTF feature and use it as a plain DTOscillator.
The lines are the fast and slow signals for the current timeframe.
The columns are the second timeframe %K levels.
Green columns signify the second timeframe %K is greater than the second timeframe %D, Red is the reverse of this.
This is an experimental study designed to track directional polarities across multiple timeframes and express them as a simple two color grid.
The polarity in this calculation is determined by divergence between a fast and slow McGinley Dynamic.
Your current resolution's polarity is the top row, the rows below are are for higher timeframes of your choice.
The goal of this study was to use ADX from Higher Timeframe - to determine trend direction
Why? Because ADX is very sensitive, able to show trend ending without any delay, but not in the middle of it.
Being able to see such immediate trend change on higher timeframe, is a great indicator of trend direction.
Adding just security() calls to 'highest', 'lowest' and...
Credit to the great @Zoen Triste for his original script at:
I just amend it for the Daily, 4H and other time frames. The main function of the Daily 9EMA (pink line) is to easily distinguish the big trend. It is also for multi time frames dynamic support / resistance when trading using tf lower than Daily,...
The code in contains a simple correlation indicator that can be used as an alternative to Tradingview’s built-in “Correlation Coefficient” indicator. The indicator allows users to correlate up to 3 separate instruments on the same subplot. This allows you, for example, to easily see the correlation of your instrument with stocks, bonds and FX. Alternatively, a...
8 Fractal Resonance Component indicators on a chart eats up LOTS of vertical space, so we're providing this Fractal Quad Components script to group 4 components a bit more compactly (eliminating the margin whitespace between indicator rows).
To view 8 components you'll need to add a second instance of this script to your chart and set its Base Timescale...