This is a simple buy and hold calculator.
You have an initial date and once that dated it passed it will sell the product that was bought initially.
This strategy buys and sell 100% of the initial volume.
This indicator allows you to base the MA calculation from Heikin Ashi values on normal charts and/or the real OHLC values while looking at Heikin Ashi.
There are 3 MA types you can select - EMA / SMA / HMA
The colour is based on the slope.
I made this to help me visualize my DMI+ strategy, when I was looking at taking signals from Heikin Ashi but looking at...
Calculating time-based offsets is necessary when coders need to draw lines or labels into the future because using `xloc = xloc.bar_time` in `label.new()` or `line.new()` is then mandatory.
This script provides a function to help with those calculations:
f_timeFrom(_from, _qty, _units)
The function calculates a negative (into the past) or...
This indicator is a standard RSI plus its EMA ("control zones" are highlighted as well). However, we have added 2 panels to provide relevant information about the price at critical levels for the RSI plus when it crosses its EMA. You also have the ability to manually enter a value fort he RSI and see what the price is going to need to be for RSI to generate that...
The script is a simple calculator to obtain numbers of Fibonacci, Tribonacci or Tetranacci Sequence.
The script contain calculations for constants (up to 16 digits) that could be used as one of the sequence's number.
The Calculator has 3 modes. Users can define the numbers to initialize the sequence in the options:
- The Fibonacci Sequence is the series of...
This indicator allows you to quickly view the true % change per candlestick (prev close > current close), but it also has 3 other customizable values for you to set your own % change conditions (such as open > high). Feel free to edit the script to suit your own needs as well.
Cup with Handle formation calculations using Pine.
First of all, ignore all other lines in the example chart except the two FAT lines. The two fat lines are the ones that define the Cup With handle or in the example chart: a Reversed Cup With Handle.
Note: Handle does not always develop and sometimes the final target price is reached without forming any...
This script calculates how much cryptos or dollars you have to bet with 4 variables : Risk Loss , Leverage, Entry and Stop Loss.
When you want to open a position, just complete the parameters and the script will tell you how much you have to bet in dollars or cryptos units, depending the way you're trading.
Note : don't foreget that you have to pay fees on...
An interesting experiment to make an indicator act as a counter. I call it CCH - Close Counter Histogram.
It adds 1 when current close is higher than previous close and reduces -1 when current close is lower than previous close.
In the CCH settings you set how many bars to look back and use EMA to smooth the results or disable EMA smoothing.
Disable the EMA...
This position calculator can be used to see if the potential trade is a good one. Enter the values as inputs and the output will be listed next to the settings of the indicator. Nearest support/resistance is meant to be your price target. I have found running this analysis prior to a trade to be helpful. This will output number of shares to buy/sell based on your...
A tool to calculate the average price and position size.
The "Risk Amount" input means the amount of dollars you lose if the trade gets stopped out (it should be based on a small percentage of your account).
- If you use the weights to calculate an average price, make sure it adds up to 100% in total or you will get a weird number.
- Keep an eye on the...
here I like to publish my first TradingView Script for the Indicator "LotSizeCalc" which calculates the LotSize for the currency '€' for e.g. the MT4-App depending on the following parameters:
- Stop Loss in pips (example: 30 pips)
- Account Balance in EUR (example: 500€)
- Risk in % (example: 1%)
It is very similar to the MyFxBook Calculator on their...
Test version of a weighted average calculator, will make an update later with more functions and a better view.
For now it's mainly useful for getting an average value and see how you can ladder into your position,
if you use the weights as the amount you want to order, you can see the total value and expected loss in the label.
You can use the weights as...
Bid volume calculation from average volatility
On label (top to bot):
Percents - averaged by moving in timeframe resolution
Cash - selected risk volume in usdt
Lots - bid volume in lots wich moving in Percents with used leverage is Cash
U can switch on channels to visualise volatility*2 channel or stakan settings
This indicator plots any two securities as a spread ratio using either +,-,/, or *.
It also allows you to use a simple moving average of length 1 to n for your spread ratio.
If you know what you want to do but don't know how to code it, we can work it out, you can float me some cheese on paypal and I'll do a nice job. This indicator is yours for free.