This is the simplified and optimized version of my original ADV indicator. It shows both regular volume bars and the accumulated/distributed (A/D) portion of them. The equation is elegant and intuitive. It calculates candle body to candle height ratio and multiplies it by volume: volume*(close-open)/(high-low). This is the building block of my three other...
MARKET INTERNALS INDICATOR v0.5beta
Market Internals are suitable for day trade equity indices, named SPY or /ES, please do your own research about what they are and how to use them
This scripts plots the NYSE market internals charts as an indicator for an easy and full visualization of market internal structure all in one chart, useful for SPY and /ES...
The indicator will plot Initial Balance levels and extensions. The session start and end times are configurable depending on instrument, as well as the Initial Balance end time. The session times must be entered in the underlying instrument's timezone, for example:
ES-futures (Chicago Timezone)
Session Start: 0830
Initial Balance End: 0930
For the fibonacci traders.
The Auto Fib Retracement Is a good indicator for tradingview to show you the current alerts and points to watch in the market
IMPORTANT SETTING => Retracement
This controls your alert levels
I have modified it to deliver the following
+Custom Fib retracement level alerts
+Drawing of old levels and retracement levels
Volume Zone Oscillator (VZO) is an indicator that presents a different way of looking at OBV.
VZO is a difference (delta) between OBV and an exponential moving average.
The EMA becomes the baseline 0.
And in this way we can observe the strength of the movements, overbought and oversold (when the OBV is far from the average) and divergences.
This is the ADX and DI+/- indicator applied to OBV!
This really clearly shows up and down, but using VOLUME! Don't ignore it, there is too much information captured in the OBV.
If you just love the ADX/DI format, it is included in a checkbox.
Want some excellent background highlighting, turn in on in a checkbox.
This indicator was initially Created by @BryceWH.
Modification by @leonsholo
The indicator uses New York Time
I modified it to match my own criteria which includes:
- I adjusted the time zones.
- Added tags to the settings to make it easy to know which kill zones you are toggling on or off.
- Added the Asia session
- Added the London Close session
Hello ladies and gentlemen
📒 INDICATOR OF THE DAY 📒
The TD sequential fans are going to love that one.
TD Sequential has two parts – TD Setup and TD Countdown. The first phase of TD Sequential starts with a TD Setup and is completed with a 9 count.
When the 9 count is completed, it is at that point, a price pause, price pullback, or reversal is likely.
The indicator is in the top left of the screen! That's all there is, by design.
This is a super simple indicator that allows you to see what the real price of a candle was when using Heikin Ashi charts, while not cluttering up your screen.
HA charts are a great way to help those who can be spooked by the chaos of the markets (I'm one!), but they have a big...
A simple mash-up of the On Balance Volume (OBV) indicator with the Fisher Transform indicator (blue) with the classic Fisher Transform signal trigger (silver color), plus a linear regression as a second signal line (red).
I recommend to use a period for the linear regression which has the same speed or is slower than the period of the Fisher Transform to avoid...
My goal was to create something akin to the Fear & Greed Index ( money.cnn.com ) that CNN and others do.
A Fear/Greed Index can be used by any trader or investor but I believe it's best viewed with a contrarian's eye--
When the market appears to be signalling Extreme Fear, that is a good place to start buying from emotional...
Volume Ticks is a zero-lag market sentiment indicator. It works by providing a cumulative count of increasing volume columns.
A one count is added for each increasing volume column where close>open, and one is subtracted on an increasing volume column if close<open. That’s it. The count does not change when volume hasn’t increased compared to the previous bar’s...