This is a simple script which allows to do slope analysis on any kind of Moving Average. Simply change the moving average function that you wish to work with , in the script.
Slope analysis may be required for fine-tuning trade automation software , which uses Moving Average for determining optimum enter/exit point.
Read code comments for instructions!
Applies Blue or Pink colour overlay to candles when RSI is at or over the predefined parameters. These parameters are adjustable in the settings area of the indicator. Please note RSI does not guaranteed a pivot point in price action and the colour overlay should only be used as an indication or condition not a call to buy or sell alone. The colour overlay is a...
This script can display a lot of different volume statistics. It also colours bars depending on a chosen, customisable criterion. Most options are disabled by default and can be reenabled in the settings menu.
Why are the bars slightly higher than the default volume bars?
Due to the limitations of Pinescript.
What are the two last values (including the...
Exponential moving average of 200 periods, which changes color according to the position of the candles.
(200 periods: default configuration Option to change periods allowed)
If the candles are on the EMA, this will have green color, otherwise red color (colors, thickness...
Had a bit of a TA epiphany with RSI so bear with me. The time since RSI was last overbought/sold is a solid trend indicator. This may seem obvious but after x number of years trading it hit me like a smack in the face. I've coded this for easy visualisation. They're fairly simple changes but it's making a big difference in my trendspotting already.
In the example...
Colours for candles/bars determined by
- standard deviation of price, and also
- additional inputs to determine if the candle/bar is significant:-
1) volume more than half the average volume, or
2) net movement (up, down) same as previous candle/bar
Developed for black background, but you can adjust the colours to your liking. Best used...
Volume Based Coloured Bars:
Most of the time traders are confused about if the price movements were supported by VOLUME .
This indicator colors the bars into volume weighted signals...
When prices go down bars are red and contraversely when up, bars are green. Additionally we have two more colors for each
PRICE BARS ARE:
DARK RED when prices go...
This is a specialised Price Action Channel (PAC) or Wave that mirrors the indicator used by Raghee Horner, the "34EMA Wave and GRaB Candles".
The Wave consist of:
34 period exponential moving average on the high
34 period exponential moving average on the close
34 period exponential moving average on the low
The GRaB candles colour scheme:
Created by request.
This study is an implementation of the Standard TRIX indicator (a momentum oscillator), shown in coloured histogram format by default, with optional Bar colouring of TRIX zero cross overs. Other options include showing TRIX as a line graph instead of histogram and an optional TRIX signal line with difference histogram (to...
This indicator is an implementation of the coloured trend Moving Average, that includes some unique features. The Moving Average plot is coloured relative to it's direction and optionally display coloured Trend Bars using the standard 2-tone colours, or Grab candle style 4-tone colours.
1) Anchor Time Frame to a Highter Time frame, eg. set anchor to...
This indicator plots and colour codes a ribbon between two moving averages. The colour of the ribbon changes with trend direction: when price in uptrend ribbon colour is green; when price in downtrend ribbon colour is red.
1) You can select between 11 different types of moving averages, each MA line can be a different type.
2) Option to...
This study project is an updated version of the implementation of the "Stochastic False BAR" indicator.
The standard Stochastic buy/sell indications come from Stochastic crosses about the standard overbought/oversold zones (80/20). This does not always work and you get stuck in the OB/OS zones with a trend continuation. Utilising a second much...