// Generalized SSL:
// This is the very first time the SSL indicator, whose acronym I ignore, is on Tradingview.
// It is based on moving averages of the highs and lows.
// Similar channel indicators can be found, whereas
// this one implements the persistency inside the channel, which is rather tricky.
// The green line is the base line which decides...
Renders the high and low values from previous days.
Useful alert conditions are provided: "Less than low" and "Greater than high".
The number of days is configurable with a default of 1.
The source of the high and low values.
Use the close value instead of high and low values. Default is false.
The example above uses 2 days to...
This script plots an extension my other script High, Low, Inbetween.
It sometimes makes it difficult to view the candles effectively so I've added this separately to my other script
It calculates the range between high/low and midpoint.
It then plots these lines as extensions from the high and low.
This is done twice.
This script example aims to cover the following:
defining custom timeframe / session windows
gather a price range from the custom period ( high/low values )
create a secondary "holding" period through which to display the data collected from the initial session
simple method to shift times to re-align to preferred timezone
Articles and further reading:...
An experimental indicator using Pine Script Arrays. The indicators measures the rate of change of the highest highs and lowest lows. I call it the "High Low Rate of Change".
The H/L Rate of Change indicator finds the delta between the current highest high and previous highest high and after some filtering places these values into an array.
Same goes for the...
Based on the Stochastic RSI but uses RVI (Relative Volatility Index) as source. Another great tool for finding market lows and entry points. This oscillator is also good for finding accurate diversions.
this script shows monthly, weekly and daily OHLC data represented as horizontal level.
I tried to make it as user-friendly as possible. Therefore, you can add different colors and styles for each level, as well as turn them on and off.
With the "Label Offset" -parameter you are in control where the label text should appear. You can shift it from left...
Plots the All Time High and All Time Low, with optional labels when a new ATH/ATL is created. Reaches all the way back in history for the true high/low, not limited to the most recent 5000 candles like most scripts. Works on all time frames.
This indicator shows the NASDAQ's new highs (green) and new lows (red).
Extreme trading days with more than 99 % new highs relative to new lows vice versa are marked via lines (theoretically values) and triangles (breaches).
Dieser Indikator zeigt die neuen Hochs (grün) und neuen Tiefs (rot) der NASDAQ.
Extreme Handelstage mit mehr als...
This script improves on many of the existing EMA ribbon scripts out there:
Reduces visual clutter with shorter labels / titles, and thinner, transparent lines which don't obscure the actual price chart
Two beautiful color gradients for up and down trends
All colors and EMA periods are fully configurable, using the new input grouping / inline features
The Coppock Curve is a zero-centered momentum oscillator that relies primarily on rate of change calculations. The Coppock Curve in its most basic form is already a great indicator, especially for spotting shifts in momentum. But, we wanted to see how we could modify it to get some better performance out of it.
As the ‘cop’ function demonstrates, the Coppock...
July 18 2019 - LCS - line channels (basic) by RootDuk
Version : v3 - read the notes
Easy script to draw channels based on ie. GANN using the following
- ibback : barsback to search for high and low
Addition to previous time range script, now containing daily ranges. You can select a day of the week, and have it show the high, low, mid, and open of that day.
For the time bands:
Monday = 2
Tuesday = 3
Wednesday = 4
Thursday = 5
Friday = 6
Saturday = 7
Sunday = 1
This will colour the background between 3pm and 6pm on...