Ever wondered which way the price is trending??!
feeble Trender BETA™ shows the trend based on middle crossings in different timeframes, volume weighting and volatility(std Deviations)
--The indicator displays the same on any timeframe
--Select a FROM and TO period
--Use DuPLiCaToR to make 12 copies - use values between 0.8-1.2
--Coloured bands go purple when...
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...
This is a fairly basic (but hopefully useful) indicator that combines three time-frames of Camarilla pivots into one.
Default time-frames are:
Time-frames can be modified as you wish, they are just set to these as I generally only trade higher intervals (just note that formatting labels will not change - but you can update these as...
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...
2nd Version of MTF MA series.
You can use MTF 5MAs and you can also select in this script.
Please give me advice, if you can write more concise script!
This is a tool. Do with it what you like :)
The ghost candle works by drawing a bigger time frame candles in ghost mode over a chart. The time frame is default of 4h, can be changed in the "format" pop-up.
What we see in a time frame as the "wick", is really a set of candles when looked at lower resolutions/timeframes, that info is crunched into the OHLC...
Script to visualize the overbought and oversold condition on multiple timeframes. Good way to determine when you have a lower risk for enter a trade or to determine when you need to be on the lookout to sell.
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.