This draws candlesticks from higher time frames on the current chart. I tried to keep the script simple using some newly introduced Pine capabilities.
To change the options like the higher time frame and candle colors, check the indicator settings.
Looking forward to your opinions!
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This is indeed a cute idea of the author, but some times this wonderful indicator raises false flags.
In order to see what is going on, put the code into indicator section of the chart.
My solution is to add variance line (in lime color) and use variance as a filter.
This script is based on the approach of filtering signals by checking higher timeframes.
So basically setting higher numbers in "Strength Of Levels" option, will make the indicator check for support and/or resistance levels in timeframes higher than the current.
Unfortunately, I was forced to still use inefficient built-in functions pivothigh() and pivotlow(). I...
The Cointegration strategy is to short the outperforming instrument and go long on the underperforming instrument
whenever the temporary correlation weakens which means one instrument going up and another going down.
Here, instead of two different instruments two timeframes of the same instrument are used, lower and higher.
Triple RSI indicator where you can set the timeframe for each RSI.
Take confirmation from different timeframes to make high probability trades!
Typical settings would be,
1 Day, 1 Week, 1 Month or
1 hr, 4hr, 1 Day or
3 min, 15 min, 1 hr or.........your imagination is the only limit here!
This is another script for RSI (Relative Strength Indicator) for Multiple timeframes. It is built for scalping.
Add it to your 15 Min chart - This is important! The other time resolutions are 1H, 2H and 4H.
It is highly flexible, except for the current resolution, the other ones can be changed.
The lookback periods for all timeframes are set to 14 - but can...
Multi Timeframe Bollinger Bands:
This script calculates and displays the Bollinger Bands for three different timeframes. The timeframes, moving averages and sigma values can be adjusted to personal likings. I publish this with an open visibility, feel free to tinker with it or suggest improvements.
This allows you to plot up to 5 moving averages on your chart at once. You can either use the chart's current timeframe or select a custom timeframe for your 5 moving averages (for example, you can see the 200DMA on your 4h chart without having to adjust the moving average length). You can also choose amongst SMA , EMA , and HULLMA for each MA.
This script computes the Relative Strength Indicator ( RSI ) for multiple timeframes: current resolution (1H), 2H, 4H and 1D.
Add it to your 1H chart - This is important!
It is highly flexible: the time resolutions can changed - except for the current resolution of the chart.
The lookback periods for all timeframes are set to 14 - but they can be changed as...
This script gives you the possibility to fastly plot 4 SMA's (défault 20, 50, 100 and 200 periods) in the actual TimeFrame and for 4 others timeframes.
In fact, when you're in lower timeframes, you may want to see where highers TF SMA's are without always changing the TF of the chart. This script was created for that.
It's really simply to use, by default only 4...
This code has been inherited from " 3 RSI Multi Timeframe Inception" by pranjalchaubey and enhanced/modified to include 2 more RSI indicators. The RSIs considered are 15 minutes, 1 Hour, Daily, Weekly and Monthly displayed based on chart time frame.
The number of RSI indicators displayed is context dependant or time frame based, as below,
15min, hourly and...
This script plots 10 exponential moving averages and marks the areas between them.
The lengths are Fibonacci numbers starting from 5 and ending with 377.
The colors indicate the length of the moving average, green for the shortest and purple for the longest.
The zones between consecutive EMA's (e.g. 5 and 8 ema ) are market according to the color of the greater...
This script shows three CCIs in one frame, three different frames (20,140,3360) on the same chart.
Purely for for visual purposes values multiplied with e.
CCI is using simple moving average and mean deviation, a basic versatile momentum oscillator-indicator.
Useful for 2h charts.
I had seen something like this on metatrader but not here. Since I use TradingView and not metatrader had some fun with this. Indicates up or down for 4 chosen time Frames and as such helps to see the historical trend. Works best on daily or shorter charts because of load time.
User can choose the length of the two exponential moving averages used on each time...