Multiple moving averages with same interval in candle bar smoothness over multiple time frames.
option to show/hide the level of resolution for the mtf's default shows 1 ma can go up to 8th resolution.
option for manual input timeframes and configure ma.
This is a second attempt at an easy to understand multiple time frame strategy. This one uses ATR for exits. If the position is long, and the price closes below the ATR multiplier, it triggers a close. If the position is short, and the price closes above the ATR/multiplier, it triggers a close. This generates a lot of little trades but is useful because it...
This is an experimental study that takes a moving average of price, then offsets the average by up to 11 consecutive Fibonacci numbers from 1 to 144.
Choose between Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average, Hull Moving Average, Fractal Adaptive Moving Average, Geometric Moving Average, or Exponential Moving Average.
This EMA allows you to specify a time-frame for the price used to calculate the moving average. For example, you can create 1 hour EMAs on your 5 minute chart.
NOTE: This indicator only works on intraday charts. The time-frame specified for the indicator must be greater than or equal to the time-frame of the chart.
Code put blue bars during times you input. I put it to show times I am asleep and not alert to trade. I also put code into strategy to control when trades can open or close. FXCM and IDC exchanges have different time zones, as well as AMEX, etc. You will have to change it for each zone.
The script combines 3 single Bollinger bands into one script for easy plotting and range modification. It can be used for analyzing a market with multiple time frames and ranges using Fibonacci series as the range.
This script was inspired by @ChartArt.
GREEN = UPTREND
RED = DOWNTREND
TREND IS DETERMINED BY IF THE CLOSE IS BELOW OR ABOVE THE SMA SET (DEFAULT 20)
It has the trend of the following time-frames:
C320up Strategy Tester Start Time
This is a little snippet you can paste into your Strategy to set the testing start date and time.
It is not a Strategy per se, though is an example with the timestamp script included.
Instructions are fairly straight forward, and are listed in the script.
If for some reason you also wanted an end date, that too is possible....