This indicator plots the calculated Expected Move for BOTH Weekly and Zero Dated Expiration (0DTE) Daily options, for a quick visual reference.
Please Note: This indicator is different from our original "4C Expected Move (Weekly Options)" indicator, as it now packages the ability to ALSO plot 0DTE options expected moves along with Weekly expected moves. Many...
This script guages the probability of an underlying moving a certain amount on expiration day, to aid the popular "0 dte" strategy. The script counts how many next-day moves exceeded a given magnitude in the past, under similar conditions. The inputs are:
- "open": measures the magnitude as "open to close"--a true 0 dte.
- "previous close": for...
The SPX Intraday Mood Indicator tries to gauge the intraday market direction of the S&P 500 (SPX) by focusing on internal market data.
Based on the 0DTE Mood Indicator concept. Overall strength/weakness is converted into a directional Mood Percentage which can help with choosing a trade type.
Use at your own risk and discretion. Potential trade ideas offer no...
This is a reupload!
The 0dte is for options trading and is used for the main 1 to 0 odte strategy!
It uses volume, sector and tik analysis in order to give an understanding of looking which way to play.
The next version will look at correlations between the es! Feel free to point out bugs and reach out as I want this to grow into something way stronger!
This is the NYSE Advancers - decliners which the SPX pretty much follows. You can chart it like any index (ADD -NYSE $ADV MINUS $DECL) but I find it more useful in a separate panel with colors for direction.
The level gives an idea of days move (example: plus or minus 500 is not much movement through the session) but I follow the direction as when more stocks...