The panel display trend momentum of selected coins/symbol (up to 6) based on the Moving Average ( ). I'm using to measure the trend because it resolves 2 main issue of the more common moving averages, smoothing and responsiveness. By removing the minor fluctuations in price without sacrificing the responsiveness, the trend become much more clearer and easier to be measured.
In essence, as the meter approaches 100, it means the is pointing up (0 means pointing down)
- Adjustable settings with options to turn on/off display the on current chart
- Select 6 symbols of your choice to be monitored in the settings (You have to manually update the label to display)
- Working on all timeframes
- Switch the panel color to suit background chart theme (Light/Dark)
█ Developer Notes
I'm working with table a lot lately and decided to publish this as a sample if anyone wishes to edit the script to display whatever they want. main calculation in get_data() function should be clamped to value between 0-100. As for the panel size, you can edit the row_max (currently set to 20 and 40 ) if you need it to be smaller or bigger (**i feel anything smaller than 16 is ugly)
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Any ideas to further improve this indicator are welcome :)
- Added few more options for MA by request (Defaulted to ALMA, change in settings)
- Cleanup code and added some comments for reference
Bug fix where array size too big
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