Library for math functions. will expand over time.
split(_sumTotal, _divideBy, _forceMinimum, _haltOnError)
Split a large number into integer sized chunks
_sumTotal : (int) Total numbert of items
_divideBy : (int) Groups to make
_forceMinimum : (bool) force minimum number 1/group
_haltOnError : (bool) force...
A smooth looking indicator created from a mix of ALMA and LRC curves. Includes alternative calculation for both which I came up with through trial and error so a variety of combinations work to varying degrees. Just something I was playing around with that looked pretty nice in the end.
This table indicator was intended as educational purpose only for Harmonic Trading Ratios.
The ratios are used for Harmonic AB=CD and XAB=CD.
Ratio calculation are shown for Retracement and Projection based Primary, Primary Derived, Secondary Derived and Secondary Derived Extreme.
Primary Retracement : 0.618
Primary Projection : 1.618
Please take note that...
Cup with Handle formation calculations using Pine.
First of all, ignore all other lines in the example chart except the two FAT lines. The two fat lines are the ones that define the Cup With handle or in the example chart: a Reversed Cup With Handle.
Note: Handle does not always develop and sometimes the final target price is reached without forming any...
This script calculates how much cryptos or dollars you have to bet with 4 variables : Risk Loss , Leverage, Entry and Stop Loss.
When you want to open a position, just complete the parameters and the script will tell you how much you have to bet in dollars or cryptos units, depending the way you're trading.
Note : don't foreget that you have to pay fees on...
Calculating time-based offsets is necessary when coders need to draw lines or labels into the future because using `xloc = xloc.bar_time` in `label.new()` or `line.new()` is then mandatory.
This script provides a function to help with those calculations:
f_timeFrom(_from, _qty, _units)
The function calculates a negative (into the past) or...
This indicator allows you to base the MA calculation from Heikin Ashi values on normal charts and/or the real OHLC values while looking at Heikin Ashi.
There are 3 MA types you can select - EMA / SMA / HMA
The colour is based on the slope.
I made this to help me visualize my DMI+ strategy, when I was looking at taking signals from Heikin Ashi but looking at...