The Anchored VWAP (aVWAP) indicator ties VWAP calculations to a specific price bar chosen by the trader. Anchored VWAP allows you to specify the price bar where calculations begin, making it easy to see whether the bulls or bears have been in charge since a very specific point in time. The starting price bar that is chosen generally marks a shift in market...
Based on Brian Shannon's AVWAP - This indicator anchors vwap to the highest high, lowest low and highest volume bar of a user defined lookback period.
In the chart example above on AVAX, the lookback period is set to 90 days
- The blue line depicts AVWAP from the highest bar in in the last 90 dats
- The purple Line is AVWAP from the lowest bar in the...
This indicator looks for the highs and lows using the highest / lowest of 4 different periods. The default values are 17, 72, 305 and 1292 inspired by BO Williams phicube fractals.
The indicator will show anchored vwaps from those 8 dynamic points (4 tops and 4 bottoms).
A true trend is defined when 4 fractals line up without much opposite resistance (only the two...
Anchored VWAP is all the rage, but it's just one indicator. That being said, it seems like people want to add more than one at a time so why eat into your indicator cap. This script will allow you to configure 5 AVWAPS at a time.
This will not plot if the time chosen is not in market hour s. Note: market hours may be outside of YOUR timeframe. i.e, the market...
This indicator shows a Key Level Support & Resistance level and VWAP that resets on your choice of the stock's Earnings , Dividends or Splits release date.
A maximum of 8 bands calculated using a factor of the anchored VWAP's standard deviation can be displayed.
The script is designed for stock-trading only.
Inspired by timwest , LazyBear 's ...
This indicator shows a Key Level Support & Resistance level and VWAP that reset on your choice of the Bitcoin's halving date.
Optional Key Calculation Mode:
- Start with first (2012) or second (2016) halving date.
- Start with first and reset on the second (Halving to halving mode)
- Start with every next halving simultaneously (Halving + halving mode)