The Grid by Volatility is designed to provide a dynamic grid overlay on your price chart. This grid is calculated based on the volatility and adjusts in real-time as market conditions change. The indicator uses Standard Deviation to determine volatility and is useful for traders looking to understand price volatility patterns, determine potential support and resistance levels, or validate other trading signals.
█ How It Works
The indicator initiates its computations by assessing the market volatility through an established statistical model: the Standard Deviation. Following the volatility determination, the algorithm calculates a central equilibrium line—commonly referred to as the "mid-line"—on the chart to serve as a baseline for additional computations. Subsequently, upper and lower grid lines are algorithmically generated and plotted equidistantly from the central mid-line, with the distance being dictated by the previously calculated volatility metrics.
█ How to Use
Trend Analysis: The grid can be used to analyze the underlying trend of the asset. For example, if the price is above the Average Line and moves toward the Upper Range, it indicates a strong bullish trend.
Support and Resistance: The grid lines can act as dynamic support and resistance levels. Price tends to bounce off these levels or breakthrough, providing potential trade opportunities.
Volatility Gauge: The distance between the grid lines serves as a measure of market volatility. Wider lines indicate higher volatility, while narrower lines suggest low volatility.
- Volatility Length: Number of bars to calculate the Standard Deviation (Default: 200)
- Squeeze Adjustment: Multiplier for the Standard Deviation (Default: 6)
- Grid Confirmation Length: Number of bars to calculate the weighted moving average for smoothing the grid lines (Default: 2)
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