This is a script to help the beginners locate the candle patterns. It has a nice code that can be used in other scripts too. Easy to use with separated functions, simple patterns and complex patterns detections.
I have done some updates at the Candlestick Patterns Identified script by @repo32. Was a good start of my ideia. Tks for sharing repo.
It will be...
This is a bullish reversal pattern formed by two candlesticks in which a small
real body is contained within the prior session's unusually large real body.
Usually the second real body is the opposite color of the first real body.
The Harami pattern is the reverse of the Engulfing pattern.
- For purpose educate only
- This script to...
This is a beginner script, any feedback is welcome.
It indicates a bull trend with or without volume (yellow and green arrow) and give a buy signal (green flag) once the trend is "confirmed" and the stock became good for the buy market.
I look forward to make this for a bear market as well, but it's not good for now.
Symbols and its meanings:
This script analyses the CCI indicator values, showing when a fall in price or a rise in price may happen, or when the CCI is confirming the trend.
The user can personalize:
The period to be used and the range of the CCI bands ( by default)
The slow SMA period to be used and the price percentage variation to react for bullish/bearish
Consecutive number of...
Based on contrary opinion in futures, I've adjusted this to Bitcoin, more thoroughly Bitfinex margin longs & shorts. Those unfamiliar with the concept, contrary opinion illustrates the psychological sentiment in the market by determining the degree of bullishness or bearishness among participants in the market.
The principle holds that when the majority of people...
This is modified version of Dale Legan's "Confluence" indicator written by Gary Fritz.
Here is Gary`s commentary:
Since the Confluence indicator returned several "states" (bull, bear, grey, and zero),
he modified the return value a bit:
-9 to -1 = Bearish
-0.9 to 0.9 = "grey" (and zero)