MTF Fusion - S/R Trendlines [TradingIndicators]

MTF Fusion S/R Trendlines intelligently adapt to whatever timeframe you're trading - dynamically calculating support and resistance trendline levels combined from four appropriate higher timeframes to give you a much broader view of the market and an edge in your trading decisions.

These trendlines are not programmed to repaint - so you can use them in real-time just as they appeared historically.

What is MTF Fusion?
Multi-Timeframe (MTF) Fusion is the process of combining calculations from multiple timeframes higher than the chart's into one 'fused' value or indicator. It is based on the idea that integrating data from higher timeframes can help us to better identify short-term trading opportunities within the context of long-term market trends.

How does it work?
Let's use the context of this indicator, which calculates S/R Trendlines, as an example to explain how MTF Fusion works and how you can perform it yourself.

Step 1: Selecting Higher Timeframes
The first step is to determine the appropriate higher timeframes to use for the fusion calculation. These timeframes should typically be chosen based on their ability to provide meaningful price levels and action which actively affect the price action of the smaller timeframe you're focused on. For example, if you are trading the 5 minute chart, you might select the 15 minute, 30 minute, and hourly timeframe as the higher timeframes you want to fuse in order to give you a more holistic view of the trends and action affecting you on the 5 minute. In this indicator, four higher timeframes are automatically selected depending on the timeframe of the chart it is applied to.

Step 2: Gathering Data and Calculations
Once the higher timeframes are identified, the next step is to calculate the data from these higher timeframes that will be used to calculate your fused values. In this indicator, for example, the values of support and resistance trendlines are calculated for all four higher timeframes.

Step 3: Fusing the Values From Higher Timeframes
The next step is to actually combine the values from these higher timeframes to obtain your 'fused' indicator values. The simplest approach to this is to simply average them. If you have calculated the value of a support trendline from three higher timeframes, you can, for example, calculate your 'multi-timeframe fused trendline' as (HigherTF_Support_Trendline_1 + HigherTF_Support_Trendline_2 + HigherTF_Support_Trendline_3) / 3.0.

Step 4: Visualization and Interpretation
Once the calculations are complete, the resulting fused indicator values are plotted on the chart. These values reflect the fusion of data from the multiple higher timeframes, giving a broader perspective on the market's behavior and potentially valuable insights without the need to manually consider values from each higher timeframe yourself.

What makes this script unique? Why is it closed source?
While the process described above is fairly unique and sounds simple, the truly important key lies in determining which higher timeframes to fuse together, and how to weight their values when calculating the fused end result in such a way that best leverages their relationship for useful TA.

This MTF Fusion indicator employs a smart, adaptive algorithm which automatically selects appropriate higher timeframes to use in fusion calculations depending on the timeframe of the chart it is applied to. It also uses a dynamic algorithm to adjust and weight the lookbacks used for trendline calculations depending on each higher timeframe's relationship to the chart timeframe. These algorithms are based on extensive testing and are the reason behind this script's closed source status.

Included Features
  • Fusion Support and Resistance Trendlines
  • Dynamic Multi-Timeframe Trendlines
  • Breakaway Zone fills to highlight breakouts and breakdowns from the Fusion trendlines
  • Customizable lookback approach
  • Pre-built color stylings

  • Fusion View: Show/hide the Fusion trendlines calculated from multiple higher timeframes
  • MTF View: Show/hide the trendlines from multiple higher timeframes used to calculate the Fusion trendlines
  • Breakaway Zones: Show/hide the fill for zones where price breaks away from the Fusion trendlines
  • Lookback: Select how you want your trendlines to be calculated (longer = long-term trendlines, shorter = short-term trendlines)
  • Pre-Built Color Styles: Use a pre-built color styling (uncheck to use your own colors)
  • Manual Color Styles: When pre-built color styles are disabled, use these color inputs to define your own
הערות שחרור:
Made 'fill logic' plots non-editable.
הערות שחרור: calls set to barmerge.lookahead_off to prevent deceptive calculations.

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