this scripts prints the high and low as well as the moving average of a user-defined session.
How does it work?
Basically, as soon as we are in the session range, the indicator will constantly keep track of the high and the low of this range. It also prints the moving average, which can either be a floating or a static line, that represents the...
This indicator was initially Created by @BryceWH.
Modification by @leonsholo
The indicator uses New York Time
I modified it to match my own criteria which includes:
- I adjusted the time zones.
- Added tags to the settings to make it easy to know which kill zones you are toggling on or off.
- Added the Asia session
- Added the London Close session
This script contains the following indicators included by other creators, adapted for my way of trading cryptocurrencies, forex and gold.
2. Simple Moving Average.
3. Simple Moving Average Cross.
- Creator: sherwind.
- Default parameters: default ichimoku (9,26,52).
Some users asked in PM about a script that highlights the start of the week. Consequently, I decided to publish it open for anyone finding it useful.
Furthermore, I will update the script soon with more useful features and customisation options.
This has been done before in different ways, however, my goal is to publish a single, simplified copy/paste version of the idea so you can quickly and easily incorporate it into your strategy backtesting.
You can designate weekdays, weekdays + weekends for 24/7 markets, and also session range.
So, you trade bitcoin? It works. CME futures? It works. You are a...
A simple script to add background colors to specific timeframes. Great for trading futures so you can separate sessions for easier viewing. Use for stocks to separate pre, open, and post market times.
There are three timeframes that can be set and all colors can be modified.
This indicator marks the start of each trading session around the world, starting with Tokyo at 0am UTC, London at 7am UTC, NY at 12pm and Sydney at 9pm, is non-intrusive (light gray vertical lines) and works with both UTC and exchanges' local time and handles DST / timezone offsets as well.
You can easily see that sometimes it acts as pivot-point especially on...
This candle range comparison is similar to my original script Candle Range Compare .
This script is to compares the size of open/close high/low and wick size side by side. This version of the script allows you to only show a chosen month of each year to compare. I hadn't even thought to try and vanish the part of the chart I'm not looking at. I'll consider...
CoinCollege's article found that between September 1, 2019 and January 15, 2020, Bitcoin price movements tended to be the most driven by US time.
Japan time was the least active. This is similar to forex.
In the article, it was defined as follows:
NY time: 00:00 to 8:00 (NYK時間)
Tokyo time: 8: 00-16: 00 (TKY時間)
London time: 16:00 to 00:00 (LDN時間)
Credit goes to TradeMasterSavis for providing the original code
I merge the 2 sessions together allowing you to toggle between the two. I also add a 3rd custom session type and the ability to change the duration of each trading session. This would solve any problems ran into the case of Daylight savings time switch or if you just want different session duration.
This script is used for analyzing the correlation between 24/7 markets with regards to the price action during NYSE session. Defaults to showing daily session open/high/low but there is the option to show the weekly session data.