52 Week High / Low Indicator
A simple, unobtrusive indicator that can be used on any timeframe to display the 52 week high/low values.
Works on any timeframe.
Unobtrusive: Simple horizontal lines showing only the current 52 week values.
Allows the user to select whether to calculate the 52-week values from candle close values or the...
This script will give you red/green columns to indicate if price is above or below a certain EMA. With Candlestick charting, we are looking for price in relation to the 8 ema Trigger Line (T-Line). You can adjust this indicator to fit your need. Simple, but nice to quickly see.
Oops. Last line's title should be "Sell". Doesn't affect display though.
I have recently been reading How to Day Trade for a Living by Andrew Aziz and one of the important support and resistance levels he talks about is the Previous Day Close Price.
I did not find an indicator that would simply plot this so I wrote a short simple pine script to plot the indicator.
Please feel free to edit or suggest improvements.
Following Preston Pysh's "Bitcoin Mayer Multiple" study (www.theinvestorspodcast.com), I made this simple script to plot the Mayer multiple by calculating the ratio between bitcoin price and its 200-day moving average. It also plots the moving average of ratio itself.
P.S. Checkout the Swiss army knife we're...
It is considered the percentage of candles with low and high closure for a certain period. Then, a moving average is built from these values. When the moving average of the ratio of tall candles to low candles is greater than the ratio of low candles to high, then long (that is, when the green line crosses the red). And vice versa - a condition for short. It also...
Inspired by @LazyBear's/@timwest's script:
Usage: support and resistance levels based on averaging price around earnings and quarterly opens.
What it is plotting:
1. A horizontal level whenever earnings occur. If actual earnings is higher than...
Price and Moving Averages Convergence/Divergence, shortly named as P-MACD
P-MACD is a trend-following momentum indicator that shows the relationship between Price and Long-term Moving Average (PMACD), and the relationship between two Moving Averages (MAMACD). P-MACD is composed of two lines, and an histogram, showing price distance (convergence/divergence) to...
Ever wondered what the chart would look like if it's flipped upside down and flipped horizontally into the future? The idea is that when there is a trend, a repeating pattern tends to occur. Going backwards and projecting that movement into the future can supposedly show what the future price will be.
Somehow I haven't found anyone try it like this and I am...
I present to you a script for testing the channel breakout strategy for the Bitmex exchange.
Cryptocurrency itself is a trending tool, which is why breakout strategies generate the largest profits, and the channel breakout strategy is one of the most effective trend strategies.
The optimization result shows the result of trading on a volume of 20% of the deposit....
Quick dirty code for personal use. Plots previous OHLC levels based on a selected time-frame on the chart.
Not bad if you want to see different time-frame levels.
Fill function can serve to highlight the daily range (high-low or open-close) on non-standard charts
Uses base code from JayRogers
Greetings Traders! I have decided to release a few scripts as open-source as I'm sure others can benefit from them and perhaps make them better.(Be sure to check my Profile for the other scripts as well: www.tradingview.com).
This one is called Price Predictor.
How To Use Price Predictor
Price Predictor acquires potential targets by...
Function: labelling recent highs and lows automatically. Easy and clean.
In this example, we can see the previous low of the ticker is around 105.5, the previous high is around 120.
We can set up our entries and exits by referring to the last lows and highs.
Users can adjust the searching bar range by themselves.
Quick script to check the PEG Ratio.
What is PEG Ratio?
The price/earnings to growth ratio (PEG Ratio) is a stock's price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio divided by the growth rate of its earnings for a specified time period. The PEG ratio is used to determine a stock's value while also factoring in the company's expected earnings growth, and is...
Waves in Price (Volume Waves)
TheDowVolumeBigot>0 (Bullish) =Lime color
Very High=Dark Green color
TheDowVolumeBigot<0 (Bearish) =Orange color
Very Low=Dark Red color