Double Tap is a pattern recognition script aimed at detecting Double Tops and Double Bottoms. Double Tap can be applied to the broker emulator to observe historical results, run as a trading bot for live trade alerts in real time with entry signals, take profit, and stop orders, or to simply detect patterns.
How Is A Pattern...
The Fibonacci Timing Pattern is a price-based counter that seeks to determine short-term and medium-term reversals in price action. It is based on the following set of conditions:
* For a bullish Fibonacci timing signal: The market must shape 8 consecutive close prices where each close price is lower than the close prices from 3 and 5 periods ago.
* For a bearish...
Harmonic patterns make up a major part of the many patterns traders use to make investment decisions. The following tool aims to automatically categorize which XABCD harmonic pattern is highlighted by the user and to alert when the price reaches the PRZ or D point.
The tool can categorize Bat, Gartley, Butterfly, and Crab patterns.
Patterns is a Japanese candlestick pattern recognition Library for developers. Functions here within detect viable setups in a variety of popular patterns. Please note some patterns are without filters such as comparisons to average candle sizing, or trend detection to allow the author more freedom.
doji(dojiSize, dojiWickSize) ...
Coded by Vaida Bogdan
3ESRA consists of a 3 EMA cross + a close above (for longs) the quickest EMA
or below (for shorts). Note that I've deactivated the RSI Cross Over/Under
(you can modify the code and activate it). The strategy also uses a stop loss
that's at 1 ATR distance from the entry price and a take profit that's...
The script allows you to test popular candlestick patterns on various instruments and timeframes. In addition, you can configure risk management (if the value is zero, it means the function is disabled), and you can also specify the time of the trading session (for example, so that the positions are not transferred to the next day).
The author is grateful to...
This strategy is used as a benchmark to see how it compares with other strategies posted by me recently. In all, the below collection of candlestick patterns appears to be one of the best among the ones that can be found here, imho.
This script identifies common candlestick patterns and marks them with a tool-tip on the chart. It is a compilation of Tradingview's built-in candlestick finding scripts so it uses the same rules defined by Tradingview to identify the patterns. Instead of using a separate indicator for each candlestick pattern, you can use this script to find all the candlestick...
//Candle Patterns Ranked by Performance THOMAS N. BULKOWSKI
//1. Bearish Three Line Strike +Up 67.38%
//2. Bullish Three Line Strike -Down 65.23%
//3. Bearish Three Black Crows -Down 59.83%
//4. Bearish Evening Star -Down 55.85%
//5. Bullish Upside Tasuki Gap +Up 54.44%
//6. Bullish Inverted Hammer -Down 51.73%
//7. Bullish Matching Low -Down 50.00%
Black Spinning Top
White Spinning Top
Bearish Abandoned Baby
Bearish Advance Block
Bearish Below The Stomach
Bearish Belt Hold
Bearish Counter Attack Lines
Bearish Dark Cloud Cover
Bearish Deliberation Blok
Bearish Descending Hawk
Bearish Doji Star
Bearish Downside Gap Three Methods
Bearish Downside Tasuki Gap
This is a copy of the built-in All Candlestick Patterns indicator, but with an additional plot for each indicator to support exporting. When exporting, each candlestick pattern will have its own column, with a 1 indicating the candlestick pattern was detected, and 0 indicating it wasn't. The plots are all overlaid, so are they are not useful for viewing, they are...
The Naked Bar Upward Reversal is a three bar candlestick pattern with an inside candle as a entry point. This pattern is bullish since it has a candle closing red from the previous candle; the most bearish pattern possible. The following inside candle is a reversal of its previous candle with an open above the previous candle's close. Look to buy the...
Functions to detect/check harmonic patterns from provided values.
line_price_rate(point_c, point_b, point_a) Compute the price rate of the line AB divided by the the line BC
point_c : float, the price at point C.
point_b : float, the price at point B.
point_a : float, the price at point A.