What you see is the 100 day moving average (blue line in the middle) with percentage bands attached to it.
Each color has a 5% range.
The brightest green color is 20%-25% below the 100 day moving average.
The brightest red color is 20%-25% above the 100 day moving average.
The behaviour of the stock price between the bands could give you trading ideas.
This script was influenced by Scilentor's- "RSI Bar Colors / Scilentor". I improved upon the Idea by adding the ability to change the full range of RSI (Between 0 through 100) to any color you want within 5 point increments.
Traditional use of RSI is to use it as an "Overbought" and "Oversold" indicator. A more uncommon/unknown use, especially among new traders,...
This script can display a lot of different volume statistics. It also colours bars depending on a chosen, customisable criterion. Most options are disabled by default and can be reenabled in the settings menu.
Why are the bars slightly higher than the default volume bars?
Due to the limitations of Pinescript.
What are the two last values (including the...
Candle Color Generator:
This indicator is designed to highlight the candle colors based on the combinations of Parabolic SAR (PSAR) and 2 Hull Moving Averages (HMA).
Yellow, Red, and Green colors are used to describe the candle colors depends on its position to PSAR and 2 HMAs.
PSAR position above or below candle position is differentiated...
This script shows optional:
- distance between close price and Kijun-Sen
- distance btween Tenkan-Sen and Kijun-Sen
- Background color of current time frame
- Background color of the next higher time frame
Uses 5 volume moving averages to change the candlestick color depending on how high above average volume is.
The volumes plotted at the bottom of the chart are set to the same settings as the indicator, you can see the volume bars that stick higher above the orange moving average are a different color on the chart to the smaller ones.
Any volume bar that is...
This script is about rainbow color gradient, there are 35 colors from red to purple. The color changes with the time series, from light to dark, and then to light, repeat. Maybe it's visually beautiful. Compared to practicality, I prefer to use it as a color gradient reference. for the later...
RSI with overbought and oversold area in color and editable level. visually more interesting than the basic version the overbought and oversold areas catch the eye quickly. Depending on the strategies and your personal use of the RSI, you can modify all the lines and add colors to each defined zone.
overbought zone, oversold and editable noise zone
A simple script to add background colors to specific timeframes. Great for trading futures so you can separate sessions for easier viewing. Use for stocks to separate pre, open, and post market times.
There are three timeframes that can be set and all colors can be modified.
This is a 16-color version of our previously published Color Gradient Framework - PineCoders FAQ , which provided the same functionality, but with 10 gradient levels. The additional shades provide better transitions and do not impact speed much.
— Allows the selection of one of 3 color schemes, each containing a pair of bull/bear colors.
Provides a suite of functions to:
— Allow the selection of one of 3 color schemes, each containing a pair of bull/bear colors.
— Generate 10-level gradients for each color.
— Use two types of gradient calculations: one for unbounded and one for bounded signals. We call the 2 modes: Advance/Decline and Relative .
These gradients are designed to work...
Example how to color the trigger bar of the condition and n-1 prior bars using only 1 barcolor() function.
Currently when offsets are used in barcolor(), bgcolor(), plot(), plotarrow(), plotchar(), or plotshape(), the offset only works with a simple (static) integer. If series (dynamic) integers are used instead, there is not an error, but the series values are...
This script is a template designed to provide developers with UI color customization for v4 lines and labels.
The color pallete used within this script is a full spectrum "web safe" format with 216 colors to choose from.
Colors are easily modified via the RGB inputs. The designated color selector function takes in the RGB values and returns the corresponding hex...