This script uses Heikin Ashi candles to smooth out the candles, then counts how many consecutive candles in a row are the same colour (red or green). It then takes each count and multiples it by the difference between close and open, to provide a weighted movement.
Where larger moves create greater impulses.
We are not supposed to make trading decisions based on active bars (bars that have not closed), right? Well sometimes my trigger finger gets a little twitchy when I'm awaiting an entry and an active candle starts to pull away or I'm in a trade and an active candle pushes against me.
Therefore, I made a VERY simple indicator that ghosts the active bar. You can see...
This indicator gives you the percentage movement of each candle. Measurements are taken between the candle High point and Low point, and also between the Open and Close and calculated in percent %. From there it smooths out the data with a moving average. This gives you an idea of how much volatility is within each candle given the time resolution of the chart.
SadLittleThings Price Compare With Offset MTF by RagingRocketBull 2018
This indicator lets you compare multiple assets across different timeframes, supports offsets and alpha multipliers.
Standard TradingView Compare doesn't have Offset/Timeframe/Multiplier options, hence this indicator.
- compare current asset's price with 2 custom ext...
OHLC calculated with a moving average.
You can replace sma with anything. EMA, Hull, sma(sma(sma(sma(close, etc.
You could also make it look clean like Heikin Ashi candlesticks if you include min/max for low/high wicks on candles.
This script will display a small triangle under the latest two candles to indicate whether that candle is bullish or bearish based on the following definition.
A bullish candle closes in the top portion of the trading range of the candle while a bearish candle closes in the bottom portion of the trading range of the candle.
The cutoff is currently set at 65%...
Should I FOMO?? (number of revisited candles in a timeframe)
I fomo way too much so i have created this little indicator to show me how many times (PERCENT) a candle is revisited in a period P
with the idea that i should not panic and maybe just wait patiently for a better price.
The idea is to make it more visible if the moment is to seek buying or selling, based on moving averages, being SMA 21 and EMA 9.
best BUYBAR has the EMA9 and SMA21 rising and closing above them. "relevance A"
best SELLBAR has the EMA9 and SMA21 dropping and closing below them. "relevance A"
Conditions for all colors of the candlesticks:
BuyBar A = price...
Description: The theory behind this script is that if within the last 10 candles, if the majority of them are green and the average length (wick to wick) of those majority green candles is greater than the average length of the minority red candles then it will signal that this is a bullish move within the market and signal you to buy. The opposite is true for...
This script helps identify indecision candles on for better entries into trade reversals. Note that I don't believe this signal/indicator should be used as a sole basis for entering/exiting a trade. This is simply to help you have an edge in terms of your chart/candle analysis when your brain fails to keep up with your trades.