High and low of the day? Piece of cake, use AvDR 10 and 5 levels. Maroon are sell areas and lime are buy areas. Other AvDR levels available to plot. Like the Dude, the legend Lebowski said: Well, man, that's just my opinion.
This indicator plots Daily Standard deviation levels on price chart based on Historical Volatility (HV). It uses the most common approach for calculating historical volatility as standard deviation of logarithmic returns, based on daily closing/settlement prices.
Assets: Currency Pairs, Commodities, also works on stocks, some indices.
Time Frames: ...
Draws horizontal lines for Daily, Hourly (1) and Weekly levels. Really handy to switch on quickly when scalping.
Light blue: Previous hour OHLC
Thick light blue: Previous hour Close / current hour Open
Dark blue: Yesterday OHLC
Thick dark blue: Yesterday Close / today Open
Purple: Weekly Open
It's a bit ugly, I'd prefer horizontal rays instead of lines...
This will place circles on your chart for the opening daily price. If price is above, the circles are green. If price is below, the circles are red. I wanted to be able to see the opening price a bit easier while in smaller time frames.
An indicator that visualizes the evolution of a daily candle, inspired by a thread on forexfactory: www.forexfactory.com
Applied on a timeframe lower than D (actually lower than H4), it visualizes the evolution of the day's high and low, as well as mid and 25% and 75% lines.
The sole input parameters are the hour at which a day is...
A simple indicator that display the 50, 100, and 200 Daily SMA. It will always display the DAILY 50,100, 200, regardless of the time frame you are looking at. Makes it easy to quickly display these key averages while also looking at smaller timeframes like 1H candles.
This script will color the background based upon whether it is positive or negative for the day. When looking at numerous charts, you can instantly see if they are up or down for the day. For me, I like to be going long on the stocks that are already moving up and short on the ones that are moving down. When using lower time frames, you can lose perspective of...
Similar to the RSI Cave idea, this plots daily Average True Range values on lower timeframes, as well as the daily open level, which is show as a grey dotted line. Basically a simple way to visualise basic mean reversion stuff
This indicator plots the weekly and daily open in addition to a current close price line.
It also signals when price closes above or below the daily and weekly opens.
Also, the bull/bear bias is painted on this indicator as well.
Black is the weekly open
Silver is the daily open
Weekly is default black arrows. Up is going above open, down is going below
This script adds red/green blocks to the top of every chart that show the current daily Heiken Ashi candle colour, so even when you're on a 1h or 4h chart you can quickly see if the current day is bullish or bearish. The higher timeframe is customisable too, so if you prefer to use weekly HA values, then now's your time to shine.
Useful for quickly going through...
The study script will place GREEN BUY arrows BELOW oversold conditions and RED SHORT arrows ABOVE overbought conditions. You can configure the period
Most RSI(14) indicators use a 14-period, I prefer a 5-period. The period, overbought and oversold periods are settings that can easily be changed by adding this study to your chart and clicking the "gear" icon next...
Pivot points are horizontal support and resistance lines placed on a price chart. They make strong levels of support and resistance because banks, financial institutions and many traders use them.
The indicator is set to the Daily Pivot Range by default (no support for weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly Pivots).
This indicator puts the previous close value of a higher relevant time frame on the chart, it adepts to the period of the chart. Relevant means that it puts:
Close of previous year in monthly chart
Close of previous month in weekly chart
Close of either previous month of week in daily chart, default setting is week
Close of previous week in 4hourly and 3hourly...