Cheap horizontal levels on chart
idea is: When spread is low and volume is high, then price is well accepted and will be retested in future. Areas without such "market efficiency" will be passed fast without stopping or rejected.
Fibonacci slicer function.
The script is a simple calculator that accepts any 2 input values and divides the distance between those values using Fibonacci proportions.
- Easy for script integration (lines 21-35).
- The function accepts any 2 values and their order doesn't matter.
- Correctly divides negative-negative, negative-positive, positive-negative and...
Tom Demark's Time and Money Channel with a Rumpy twist.
Not unlike bollinger bands, just 1-4x sigmas from the basis instead of standard deviations.
Thanks to LazyBear for the original TAM code.
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Another simple strategy. Crossing EMA & Hull MA and the level of RSI (overbought/oversold) defines long or short.
Can be improved by varying the parameters and adding take profit / stop loss.
Backtest: ETHUSD (Bitmex): 5m
This script is a cleaned up version of "Previous Period Levels". It shows only open, high, low, and close levels. There is an adjustable 'lookback' variable. It defaults to '1' to show the levels from '1' period ago. The currentOpen variable defaults to '0' which shows the current period's open level.
This script shows a high and low period value.
SelectPeriod - Day or Week or Month and etc.
LookBackPeriods - Shift levels 0 - current period, 1 - previous and etc.
- This script to change bars colors
This script is intended do display High and Low values, alongside Highest and Lowest of an adjustable period
CMYK color theme applied.
Price color changes if EMA >< EMA
For those who use Line, Break, or Area Type Charts.
Usefull to quickly display proper levels for buying selling on minute-term trading
Plots the standard deviation resistance/support levels.
Input the previous settlement price and the implied volatility.
credit to u/UberBotMan and u/Living_Granger for the idea and formulas
(preview example is using settlement of 2420 and IV of 11)
Personally I don't like the trouble of drawing fibonacci retracement and extension tolls time and time again, not only human eyes and hands are not as accurate as a computer, but also, you would sit and think : "Hey, which one of these candles is the start of the wave" time and time again.
That is one of the issues, some times you may want to drop more than one...