Chart Timeframe Detection - Function
A small and effective function to detect the current chart timeframe in minutes.
It can be used to further detect a specific chart timeframe (a daily timeframe or even a 16h39m timeframe).
The result is returned as integer.
Its a simplified version of the script "Ultimate Moving Average Multi-Timeframes" by Chris Moody.
Ive removed the second MA, removed the change colors feature and added the option to change the line width of the indicator
SadLittleThings Price Compare With Offset MTF by RagingRocketBull 2018
This indicator lets you compare multiple assets across different timeframes, supports offsets and alpha multipliers.
Standard TradingView Compare doesn't have Offset/Timeframe/Multiplier options, hence this indicator.
- compare current asset's price with 2 custom ext...
This is a script to call resolutions with some math on top of your base resolution.
THIS IS NOT AN INDICATOR TO USE ON A CHART!!! The resolution call function is really useful for your own scripting ideas!
Using the modulo operator to quantize integer values, it works by converting the modified resolution integer to a 4 digit string value.
The function within...
The scope of this script is to measure momentum and strenght of EURO and DOLLAR using their indexes.
Forza (line) above 0 means EURO is stonger than DOLLAR
Momento (histogram) above 0 means EURO has a positive momentum against DOLLAR
The added value to see MACD and RSI directly on EURUSD chart is that indexes consider also other pairs so their RSI and MACD has a...
C320up Strategy Tester Start Time
This is a little snippet you can paste into your Strategy to set the testing start date and time.
It is not a Strategy per se, though is an example with the timestamp script included.
Instructions are fairly straight forward, and are listed in the script.
If for some reason you also wanted an end date, that too is possible....
sometimes you just want to plot an Indicator value from a higher Timeframe on your Chart. For most Indicators this is pretty straightforward however there is one Indicator that has been giving me quite a headache while trying to do this: The Average Directional Index. Anyway after going through almost 200 versions of this script I finally found a...