Simple script for showing the high/low/midrange of a session. By default configured to do the Daily range using the "regular" session. But it's configurable. For example on this chart I am showing the Weekly range.
Binque's Multi-Moving Average - One indicator with four simple moving average and four exponential moving averages, plus as a bonus a Day High moving average and a Day Low Moving Average.
Simple Moving Average or MA(14), MA(50), MA(100) and MA(200) all in one indicator
Exponential Moving Average or EMA(8), EMA(14), EMA(20) and EMA(33) all in one indicator
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...
Nearly identical to the price version, this configurable indicator retains the max and min value of a chart for the time duration you specify. The difference with this one is that it can be applied to any other indicator, not just price.
Applied to volume:
Someone requested a high/low price indicator that would reset the "remembered" prices daily. I started out doing just that, and then decided to make it much more configurable.
Choose the units (minutes, hours, days, weeks, months) and the number of those units, and this will reset the highest/lowest value remembered to the current values on your chosen time...
it's a repainting script cheating on tester, on backtesting %100 correct but on forward testing it will only work % 15 correct and %85 wrong. I did another script showing real forward testing results of this script.
Indicator identifies potential price trend exhaustion.
Compares this period against the 4th prior period for the condition.
9 periods (or more) with the same condition is an indicator that the trend is ending soon.
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: ...