# [JR] Multi Bollinger Heat Bands - EMA/Breakout options

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A little, yet hopefully useful update over my previous "Multi Bollinger Heat Bands". For those who like quick visual cue's.

In short: It's your Basic Bollinger Bands , but 3 of them, and some pointy things.

In full:
• Three stacked SMA based Bollinger Bands designed just to give you a quick visual on the "heat" of movement.
• Set inner band as you would expect, then set your preferred additional multiplier increments for the outer 2 bands.
• Option to use EMA as alternative basis, rather than SMA .
• Breakout indication shapes, which have their own multiplier (but still tied to same length/period as the BB's) so you can make them pop on their own separate "band".
Dec 30
Commento: New iteration of this script here:

```// @version=1

// Title: "Multi Bollinger Heat Bands - EMA/Breakout options".
// Author: JayRogers
//
// * Description *
//   Short: It's your Basic Bollinger Bands, but 3 of them, and some pointy things.
//
//   Long:  Three stacked sma based Bollinger Bands designed just to give you a quick visual on the "heat" of movement.
//          Set inner band as you would expect, then set your preferred additional multiplier increments for the outer 2 bands.
//          Option to use EMA as alternative basis, rather than SMA.
//          Breakout indication shapes, which have their own multiplier seperate from the BB's; but still tied to same length/period.

study(shorttitle="[JR]MBHB_EBO", title="[JR] Multi Bollinger Heat Bands - EMA/Breakout options", overlay=true)

// Bollinger Bands Inputs
bb_use_ema = input(false, title="Use EMA Basis?")
bb_length = input(20, minval=1, title="Bollinger Length")
bb_source = input(close, title="Bollinger Source")
bb_mult = input(2.0, title="Base Multiplier", minval=0.001, maxval=50)
bb_mult_inc = input(0.5, title="Multiplier Increment", minval=0.001, maxval=2)
// Breakout Indicator Inputs
break_mult = input(2.7, title="Breakout Multiplier", minval=0.001, maxval=50)
breakhigh_source = input(high, title="High Break Source")
breaklow_source = input(low, title="Low Break Source")

bb_basis = bb_use_ema ? ema(bb_source, bb_length) : sma(bb_source, bb_length)

// Deviation
// * I'm sure there's a way I could write some of this cleaner, but meh.
dev = stdev(bb_source, bb_length)
bb_dev_inner = bb_mult * dev
bb_dev_mid = (bb_mult + bb_mult_inc) * dev
bb_dev_outer = (bb_mult + (bb_mult_inc * 2)) * dev
break_dev = break_mult * dev

// Upper bands
inner_high = bb_basis + bb_dev_inner
mid_high = bb_basis + bb_dev_mid
outer_high = bb_basis + bb_dev_outer
// Lower Bands
inner_low = bb_basis - bb_dev_inner
mid_low = bb_basis - bb_dev_mid
outer_low = bb_basis - bb_dev_outer

// Breakout Deviation
break_high = bb_basis + break_dev
break_low = bb_basis - break_dev

// plot basis
plot(bb_basis, title="Basis Line", color=navy, transp=50)

// plot and fill upper bands
ubi = plot(inner_high, title="Upper Band Inner", color=red, transp=90)
ubm = plot(mid_high, title="Upper Band Middle", color=red, transp=85)
ubo = plot(outer_high, title="Upper Band Outer", color=red, transp=80)
fill(ubi, ubm, title="Upper Bands Inner Fill", color=red, transp=90)
fill(ubm, ubo, title="Upper Bands Outer Fill",color=red, transp=80)

// plot and fill lower bands
lbi = plot(inner_low, title="Lower Band Inner", color=green, transp=90)
lbm = plot(mid_low, title="Lower Band Middle", color=green, transp=85)
lbo = plot(outer_low, title="Lower Band Outer", color=green, transp=80)
fill(lbi, lbm, title="Lower Bands Inner Fill", color=green, transp=90)
fill(lbm, lbo, title="Lower Bands Outer Fill", color=green, transp=80)

// center channel fill
fill(ubi, lbi, title="Center Channel Fill", color=silver, transp=100)

// plot breakouts
plotshape(breakhigh_source >= break_high, title="High Breakout", style=shape.triangledown, location=location.abovebar, size=size.tiny, color=red, transp=0)
plotshape(breaklow_source <= break_low, title="Low Breakout", style=shape.triangleup, location=location.belowbar, size=size.tiny, color=green, transp=0)```

## Commenti

hey , man this indicator repaint?, or you dont know?
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m99rn
@m99rn - not entirely sure what it is you are asking?
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m99rn
After actually taking the time to read up on re-painting / non re-painting.. I believe the correct response is that it can be both. The source - open/close/hl etc. - of the calculations is what will determine if an indicator repaints or not. The sources are all available to customise, therefore you could choose "Open" and it will not repaint due to only being able to pull data from past events, or select "Close" and it would of course keep repainting until the close of the candle.
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JayRogers
ok thanks

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