This allows you to plot up to 5 moving averages on your chart at once. You can either use the chart's current timeframe or select a custom timeframe for your 5 moving averages (for example, you can see the 200DMA on your 4h chart without having to adjust the moving average length). You can also choose amongst SMA , EMA , and HULLMA for each MA.
This script shows several EMAs and MAs, fully editable
The moving averages dont change when changing candlelength
Unedited it gives:
- 4 EMA (weekly, monthly, quarterly, anual)
- 3 MA (7day, 14day, 28day)
based on daily close
In the script are two additional EMAs and MAs mutet, easy to activate with pine editor
Kal’s Multi-Time Frame On Balance Volume Haar, also known as Kal’s MTF OBV Haar is a method/study for finding trending volume levels on stocks, indexes and cryptocurrencies using OBV, CMF and CCI over different time-frames (10m, 1H, 4H, 1D, 1W, 1M).
Upon adding to the 10-min chart, the sample Image in Tradingview looks as follows:
Chart Timeframe Detection - Function
A small and effective function to detect the current chart timeframe in minutes.
It can be used to further detect a specific chart timeframe (a daily timeframe or even a 16h39m timeframe).
The result is returned as integer.
This simple indicator shows the Ema with data extracted from weekly timeframe in your current displayed timeframe.
Due to Tradingview working restrictions, this indicator only works if is used in a timeframe lower (or equal) to one week, otherways shows an error red label showing this error.
All my scripts:
Its a simplified version of the script "Ultimate Moving Average Multi-Timeframes" by Chris Moody.
Ive removed the second MA, removed the change colors feature and added the option to change the line width of the indicator
This is a script to call resolutions with some math on top of your base resolution.
Using the modulo operator to quantize integer values, it works by converting the modified resolution integer to a 4 digit string value.
Use the function within your own scripts to call funny resolutions otherwise difficult to calculate.
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