While exploring the new Pine Script feature, Polylines, I've created a fun project called the
Ice Cream Volume Profile for the visible range.
This fun project serves several purposes:
It displays the level at which the most trades (volume) occur.
It provides Delta volume information.
It counts how many times a bar closed within this level.
Use with cryptocurrencies only is highly recommended.
If the volume in a currency is not visible, adjust the "Factor" number higher in the "Inputs" tab.
There will be a noticeable jump in the scale of the indicator if it is set too high.
The "Factor" is scaled at a baseline for SHIB prices. Any lower price scales than SHIB's will not show the volume.
i can be...
Thanks to the new TradingView indicator Up/Down Volume, it is now possible to get accurate information on Agression (market buying vs market selling)
However, as they only provide the value of delta, I've made this indicator to show the cummulative value, in the form of candles.
It is great to detect divergences in the macro and in the micro scale (As in...
KONCORDE IS ONLY INTENDED TO BE APPLIED TO ASSETS WHERE VOLUME DATA IS PROVIDED.
This indicator is made up of 6 indicators: 4 trend (RSI, MFI, BB, Stochastic) and 2 volume. The 2's for volume are the PVI (positive volume index) and the NVI (negative volume index). These two indicators are the interesting ones as they are programmed to proportionally attribute the...
This is my version of plotting the classic Positive Volume Index and Negative Volume Index. They can be wildly different sometimes and not very helpful with entry and exit points but I hope this helps clearly identify buy and sell signals. Buy when the indicator is green and sell when it is red
This was a special request so let me know when you want more scripts from me!
DepthHouse Volume Flow indicator is used to help determine trend direction strictly based on Negative and Positive volume data.
How to Read:
- Moving Average crossovers are used to help determine a possible trend change or retracement.
- The area cloud on the bottom is calculated by the difference of the moving averages. This could be used to help...
This is an experimental variation of Paul L. Dysart's Positive Volume Index and Negative Volume Index that tracks the divergences between the PVI and its EMA, and the NVI and its EMA, then plots both together for comparison.
This tool can be used to identify trending price activity.