Description: This script colours the background of any time range you specify, including weekend periods. It can be useful for spotting patterns on Bitcoin (recurring times of buying or selling). Checkboxes to switch on and off. Inputs to specify time and day of week. Monday = 2 Tuesday = 3 Wednesday = 4 Thursday = 5 Friday = 6 Saturday = 7 Sunday = 1 ...
This indicator is basically just a back-testing tool. All it does is highlight the background of your charts with the specified color within the specified timezone. This is useful particularly for back-testing purposes, such as testing a day-trading strategy within a particular period of the day or ignoring signals that fall within the given timeframe (which is...
EXPERIMENTAL: use at your own discretion. custom session breakout strategy, it uses a percentage of daily atr to set breakout limits. strategy only viable for intraday timeframes and is suggested under 1hour.
Welcome to Pine Editor Tutorial #3 On Tutorial #1 : We have plotted circles on each line On Tutorial #2: We have highlighted a specific day On this tutorial we will highlight sessions so that we can use them in our strategy at later stage. Session is defined as an input first so that you can toggle it on and off. Hope this helps, Feel free to comment. MartinMystere
An improved version for minimum and maximum in a day trading session. You can choose the session resolution, it ranges from 1 minute to 1 week. It works well for stocks and non-extended sessions due to security() function limitations. Any suggestions, please leave a comment. Happy trading.
Minimum and maximum points in a day trading session. It may help you spot the range which min and max occur in a session. In day trading, for example, at securities like GBPNZD, minimum happens between 02:00-05:00 ET and maximum between 08:00-14:00 ET. This indicator can help you test this hypothesis. Happy trading!
Open and close lines. I used a 4 minute timeframe, so the open price goes on 08:28-08:32 central time for the 8:30 open. You can change those times if you want, just copy/paste the script and edit.
Updated to work with Pine updates: London DST timezone still broken. Will fix later. As always full customization visually, with London fix I'll add more options. Keep in mind the render resolution option
Basic timezones and sessions indicator I have mine collapsed down to a minimum height and it serves only to indicate the time in a more visual way.
Simple Sessions separator for Forex Traders. Originally created by ChrisMoody, Edited by Me. Adjusting the time/color is very easy, but default is EST and should work out of the box. Hope this helps some people.
This script shows the London and NY Sessions on your chart. Decided to publish it on demand for user yuan642 :D. Maybe other users may find it helpful. Looking back on charts it can help to spot certain moves or patterns around certain Session open when high volumes enter the markets.
Different version of the CM one but everything is configurable and easy to manage. Daylight savings may also be toggled, I cannot automatically toggle it yet but hopefully with a pine update I will be able to. It had the four main sessions but version two could possibly have all of them as optional toggles Hope it is useful
Request for DCC/coondawg71 added support for using session. theres a issue with the session it needs to have the format inverted: (start-end) to (end-start) '0000-1500' to '1500-0000'
Fixed a error were if trailing stop wasnt selected it wasnt activating stops. changed property's to fit 5min timeframe parameters.
Applies gray background coloring for each major active Forex session, the more sessions active the lighter the background. Adjusted coloring for low (Sydney, Tokyo) and high (Frankfurt, London, New York) liquidity. Market opening hours for Sydney, Tokyo, Frankfurt, London and New York have been set to 08:00 - 17:00 local time and are converted to EST while taking...
Kill Zones Kill zones are really liquidity events. Many different market participants often come together and act around these events. The activity itself may be event driven (margin calls or options exercise related activity), portfolio management driven (buy-on-close and asset allocation rebalancing orders) or institutionally driven (larger players needing...