This script calculates the Implied Volatility (IV) based on the daily returns of price using a standard deviation. It then annualizes the 30 day average to create the historical Implied Volatility. This indicator is intended to measure the IV for options traders but could also provide information for equities traders to show how price is extended in the expected...
This indicator shows an easy way to determine if the stock, index or ETF ended within a configurable intraday range.
This solution is ideal for those who study and like Iron Condors or Iron Butterflies strategies.
If the square is red, it means that the selected deviation limits have been exceeded within the chosen times.
If the square is green, the...
This indicator shows the percentage variation of:
close to close (day including gap)
open to close (without gap)
The green bars represent the days when the variation did not reach the selected range. The red bars show the days when the variation was higher than the selected range.
Best timeframe : DAY
Simple script made to identify trading ranges in any timeframe
The oscillator bounces between 1 and 0. 1 means that the current asset is in a trading range and 0 meaning it is not.
The determination of a trading range is determined by the following:
ATR(14)40 and RSI<60
Due to all 3 having to be fulfilled in order for the oscillator to show there is...