Daily OHL + Weekly OHL + Asian range + intraday kill zones (daily open at 00:00UTC)
Vertical Boxes Color Code:
brownish-red = Asian range time frame
blue = London Open kill zone
green = NY kill zone
purple = London Close kill zone
This indicator provides the pip value from various key levels I've found important in my trading system.
The results are graphed. I suggest that you choose the 2 most important ones you want to graph otherwise the indicator gets difficult to read.
The important data is the actual numbers but I've found it helpful to understand how a ticker moves in regards to...
OBV that should reset on a daily session break. Looks neat when you scroll out all the way. Good use remains to be found; I believe this could be a useful reference for a more fleshed out idea for 'local zone' OBVs. Maybe comparing previous sessions' daily OBVs to current.
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).
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
After reading Cam Hui's blog post about his "Trifecta" bottom spotting model I thought I'd try my hand at scripting it as an indicator. The results are pretty close to what he describes. Though the data TradingView feeds me doesn't seem to be identical to what he's using on StockCharts.com the results are close enough that I will call the effort a success worth publishing.