This indicator provides some base code for looping over data to identify swings in price action. Full code commentary can be found on the backtest rookies website.
The indicator shall allow users to "analyse" a recent historical candle to detect whether it was a swing point. This will work by inputting a number to select which historical candle you want to...
20 step red/green gradient function
The color gradient function allow colorize any source in 5% steps.
Define the source, minimum and maximum value (constant or , for example, bb (or any other channel)).
This function is similar to the stochastic rsi function.
The only difference is that Money Flow Index is used instead of rsi.
Oversold and overbought values were changed to 80 and 20.
Because the MFI's overbought and overbought zones are 20 and 80.
In MFI, I think that it can be more beneficial in liquid markets than stochastic rsi since volume is taken into...
Early/Delayed Signal Function (before the bar close or after)
Usually, signals are considered to be valid at the bar close .
Some traders may prefer to have a chance to enter earlier .
It is of great risk , and the Strategy Tester is unable to provide consistent backtest data with regards to this.
But for those who want to integrate such a choice in...
This script is for a triple moving average indicator where the user can select from different types of moving averages, price sources, lookback periods and resolutions.
- 3 Moving Averages with variable MA types, periods, price sources, resolutions and the ability to disable each individually
- Crossovers are plotted on the chart with detailed...
What this indicator gives you is a true signal when price is exhausted and ready for a fast turnaround. Fisher Transform is set for multi-time frame and also allows the user to change the length. This way a user can compare two or more time spans and lengths to look for these MACDL divergent triggers after a Fisher exhaustion. With so many indicators, it's...
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What is this?
This is simply the function for a Least Squares Moving Average. You can render this on the chart by using the linreg() function in Pine.
Personally I like to use the...
Fibonacci slicer function.
The script is a simple calculator that accepts any 2 input values and divides the distance between those values using Fibonacci proportions.
- Easy for script integration (lines 21-35).
- The function accepts any 2 values and their order doesn't matter.
- Correctly divides negative-negative, negative-positive, positive-negative and...