This indicator takes the SMA of the current 1 hour chart and the 15 minute chart of the current symbol.
When the close is below the SMA it shows a red line, when it is above it shows a green line.
When both are red, its in a down trend (Short).
When both lines are green, its in an uptrend (Long).
You can change the SMA in the settings.
One stop shop for multiple MA duplicates over different resolutions.
A veritable banquet of MA's to choose from.
Set up you MA variables, and then plot up to 4 duplicates all using different time frames.
Good afternoon traders.
Have you ever got trapped on the middle of a consolidation? Well, it just happened to me trading the 1 minute chart last friday!
So, I coded this script to display a percentage of ATR for a given resolution.
Now, how can you benefit using this information?
Using the standard settings (resolution is calibrated 15 minutes...
Hope you had a nice weekend and you're all excited for the week to come. At least I am (thanks to a few coffee but that still counts !!!)
This indicator is inspired from Dollar-Cost-Average-Cost-Basis
The educational post is coming a bit later this afternoon explaining how to use the indicator so I would advise to follow me so that...
The Cointegration strategy is to short the outperforming instrument and go long on the underperforming instrument
whenever the temporary correlation weakens which means one instrument going up and another going down.
Here, instead of two different instruments two timeframes of the same instrument are used, lower and higher.
This EMA allows you to specify a time-frame for the price used to calculate the moving average. For example, you can create 1 hour EMAs on your 5 minute chart.
NOTE: This indicator only works on intraday charts. The time-frame specified for the indicator must be greater than or equal to the time-frame of the chart.
This script has the option to disable the MTF feature and use it as a plain DTOscillator.
The lines are the fast and slow signals for the current timeframe.
The columns are the second timeframe %K levels.
Green columns signify the second timeframe %K is greater than the second timeframe %D, Red is the reverse of this.
Multi Timeframe Bollinger Bands:
This script calculates and displays the Bollinger Bands for three different timeframes. The timeframes, moving averages and sigma values can be adjusted to personal likings. I publish this with an open visibility, feel free to tinker with it or suggest improvements.
This is an experimental study designed to track directional polarities across multiple timeframes and express them as a simple two color grid.
The polarity in this calculation is determined by divergence between a fast and slow McGinley Dynamic.
Your current resolution's polarity is the top row, the rows below are are for higher timeframes of your choice.
This free script shows ghosted candles for any other timeframe with latest version of Pinescript.
Use the cog to change what timeframe you want the candles from.
Change style if you don't want fillcolor and online lines instead.
It shows open, close and high, low in slight more transparency.
This script computes the Relative Strength Indicator ( RSI ) for multiple timeframes: current resolution (1H), 2H, 4H and 1D.
Add it to your 1H chart - This is important!
It is highly flexible: the time resolutions can changed - except for the current resolution of the chart.
The lookback periods for all timeframes are set to 14 - but they can be changed as...
Plots different kinds of averages (EMA, SMA, SMMA, WMA, VWMA) referred to a fixed timeframe/period indipendent from the one that you are watching (example: plot daily EMA on the 4h chart).
Highlights the crossing of averages.