FirstBarRange study displays lines for the high and low of the first bar/candle of the trading day, along with shaded areas for the range on top of the first bar high and below the first bar low.
This study is very useful for intraday traders to see when stocks trade above the first bar high, it shows strength, and many times the high of the first bar is also...
This script doesn't give buy or sell signals. It gives a reference point to the previous day's high and low as well as the previous week's high/low. This will be helpful for intraday trading decisions.
This script is best suitable to intraday trader and swing trader.Trader can use it on 5/15/30/60 min TF as per their convenience.
Script would give Previous Day-High, Weekly High-Low and Monthly High-low information to trader.
Also,Script has Two simple moving average SMA08(Color= Blue) and SMA20 (Color=Green).
This script would help for entry into the trade based...
Haven't seen a strategy quite like it. Buy when Heikin Ashi candle closes above a moving average that is sourced on highs - Sell when Heikin Ashi candle closes above a moving average that is sourced on lows. Moving average length should be between 5 and 20 ideally.
NOTE: the Heikin Ashi close values are calculated when the box is checkmarked. You do not need to...
This indicator is designed for the stock market and marks potential buying or selling climaxes. If a "buying climax" or "selling climax" is marked, the probability is high that this price level will not be exceeded or undershot quickly. The indicator is used exclusively on the weekly time level.
This Strategy is finding high and low breaks of the day and enter into the trader based on RSI value and time value
1) This strategy is created for Indian Index like Nifty, Bank Nifty and so...
2) Trades are initiate only after 10:15 AM and before 3:10PM
3) High and Low of the day break will be check during the above time frame
4) RSI value will be check (RSI...
Renders the high and low values from previous days.
Useful alert conditions are provided: "Less than low" and "Greater than high".
The number of days is configurable with a default of 1.
The source of the high and low values.
Use the close value instead of high and low values. Default is false.
The example above uses 2 days to...
Very early in my trading career, I came across Pivot Points only to find out that there are as many calculations as one pleases. It was hard to find out which ones work. Most of them probably did only out of randomness, so I ditched the strategy and looked for something else.
I previously used my Oracle Eye and Reference Points scripts but it is time for an...
Confirmed highs when 1. it's higher than the 4 prior (lower) highs AND 2. higher than the 2 following (lower) highs.
Confirmed lows when 1. it's lower than the 4 prior (higher) lows AND 2. lower than the 2 following (higher) lows.
This script shows the London and NY Sessions on your chart. Decided to publish it on demand for user yuan642 :D. Maybe other users may find it helpful.
Looking back on charts it can help to spot certain moves or patterns around certain Session open when high volumes enter the markets.
Uses daily average ranges of 5 and 10 (most used) as buy (support) and highs (resistance) areas - half ranges used in calculations for a more accurate "forecast" of the H and L . Uses open but not close, so it does not repaint - experimental
This is pivot points high low with pivot trend to define the trend direction.
Pivot trend is the pivot points average.
- Pivot Point Period
- Show/hide Pivot Points Labels
- Show/hide Bull/Bear Labels ( depends on pivot trend)
- Show/hide Pivot Center Line (Bull>Center, Bear<Center)
- Show/hide Support/Resistance Level...
Exits added using trailing stops.
2.6 Profit Factor and 76% Profitable on SPY , 5M - I think it's a pretty good number for an automated strategy that uses Pivots. I don't think it's possible to add volume and day open price in relation to pivot levels -- that's what I do manually ..
Still trying to add EMA for exits.. it will increase profitability. You can...