No Code Signals is an intuitive user interface for users to generate their own signals based on indicators they already have applied to their chart.
This indicator makes use of the new input.source() limits for importing data from external sources (indicators) into 1 indicator.
You are now able to import ANY number of sources from up to 10 different...
This script is more of an educational / utility piece rather than a fully-fledged indicator - It provides an easy way to customize and produce a zero-lag Moving average that can then be used in various scenarios
What is DIY_ZLMA?
The DIY ZLMA is for fans and enthusiasts of researching Moving Averages (like me) - the script enables the...
This indicator allows you to set up entry signals based on your own conditions.
Note that this indicator DOES NOT give any information about exits. It is not intended to be a signal indicator that someone could blindly follow. It is intended for use in backtesting to help spot entry points more easily.
Also note that this indicator DOES NOT plot anything other...
Quick Levels allow users to quickly add multiple levels to their chart all at once through an intuitive user interface!
No need to fiddle with drawing lines and then inputting their exact position afterwards, do all of it with one string of numbers!
Insert multiple levels at once, simply separate your price levels by commas(,).
Insert levels across tickers to save...