Higher Higher, Lower Lower Indicator (A B C patterns) with breakout levels
When LH breaks take entry on buy side and keep stop loss at HL
When HL breaks take entry on sell side and keep stop loss at LH
Use only for Intraday day
Less risk in 15min time frame and in 5mins time frame ignore on flash breakouts
Target will be 1:1 / comfortable
The Central Pivot Range (CPR) is an indicator to identify key price points to set up trades. CPR is beneficial for intraday trading.
The CPR consists of three components –
Pivot Points (PP)
Bottom Central Pivot (BC)
Top Central Pivot (TC)
These are derived out of the underlying’s High, Low, and Close calculations –
Pivot = (High + Low + Close)/3
Bottom CPR =...
This indicator is used to determine relative performance of a stock based on different time intervals as well as compared to benchmark indices as Nifty 50,Nift IT, Nifty auto etc.
USE CASE SCENARIO:-
The top right table provide performance of stock based on different interval
while the bottom table depicts its relative performance compared to an...
- By Default the script draws Daily VWAP for Bank Nifty based on Futures Volume or underlying Index Stocks based on user input
- Optionally one may Anchor it to Week/Month etc or anchor it from a particular Time.
- It also draws 3 Standard Deviation Bands from the VWAP based on User Input.
- Optionally draws Previous VWAP Close for and Bullish or Bearish Move.
This is a Index Screener which can short list the major Sectors contributing to NIFTY movement that day.
This helps in sector based trading, in which we can trade in the stocks which falls under that particular sector.
No need to roam around all the stocks in the whole watchlist.
It is recommended to create sector wise watchlist of all sectors. It will be easier...
This script computes the volume for Nifty 50 index. I am using top 20 stocks here that constitute about 75% of the Nifty 50. I had used the script created by @shijithlal as a base for this. He has used all 45-50 stocks in his script. You can look that up if you want a more accurate volume.
How to use Alpha(α)?
If Alpha is positive the stock outperforms, if the value is negative means the stock underperforms.
α < 0: The investment has earned too little for its risk (or, was too risky for the return)
α = 0: The investment has earned a return adequate for the risk taken
α > 0: The investment has a return in excess of the reward for the assumed risk
The security function can be called 40 times in a codescript. We can therefore scan about 40 stocks out of NIFTY 50 stocks with a single script.
This code can be modified to search for other scripts by changing the condition function
condition() => open > (close * 1.0025)
Only stocks which have gap up of 0.25% or more will be reported.
The script picks up Bank nifty stocks with their current respective weights and plots a Volume Weighted Average Price ( VWAP ) line along with 2 EMAs of your choice and an alert when the EMAs cross over and also when price crosses VWAP .
You can customize the script for MA type and lengths and to remove alert. Basic utility of the script is to analyse volumes...
The script picks up nifty stocks with their current respective weights and plots a Volume Weighted Average Price line along with 2 EMAs and an alert when the EMAs cross over.
You can customize the script for EMA lengths and to remove alert. Basic utility of the script is to analyse volumes driving the Nifty 50 index.
Credits to @daytraderph and his script...
Idea : Idea of script is getting the volume of index BNF and NIFTY50 ( as Tradingview don't provide the volume information of the indexes )
How it works : Script works on getting the weighted volume of underlying stocks and the plotting them by weight in volume
1. Can server as example how, once can plot the mixed volume of symbols
2. Will help the...
Sharing one more strategy after getting good feedback on my earlier published strategy.
This is simple volatility stop strategy where in we are using VStop as entry and exit point.
Again smart traders can add MA to decide the trend and can avoid trading in opposite direction of trend which will help them to minimize...
Sharing the simple trend following trading strategy, traders can add their own rules in this, to minimise the losses and maximise the profits. Like below.
1. Go long only if price is above 189 days EMA/SAM
2. Exit position when high or low of previous candle is breached in the opposite direction of the trend.
3. Go long...
This will be useful to check with other NSE stocks and give real time updates on NIFTY trend on top of your stock of interest. The percentage change from previous day and a 3 bar immediate trend has been aggregated to show the trend