There are built-in and published Pivot Point High Low indicators in Public Library but as far as I see none of them is for Higher Time frames. so I decided to write & publish this script. I hope it would be useful while trading or developing your own scripts. I also did this to use in one of my future projects (we will see it in a few weeks/months ;)...
I got some requests for a script that shows Fibonacci Levels of Higher Time Frame Candles. so I made/published this script. I hope it would be useful for you.
You can set Higher Time Frame, by default it's 1 Day.
Optionally it can use Current or Last Candle of higher time frame to calculate/show its Fibonacci Levels.
It can show higher...
A pivot point indicator that has possibility to see even the monthly or the weekly pivot points .
Pivot points are very powerful if used in correct way.
most of the time the price can be rejected from the pivot point or if the price break it it will be a nice entry if retest the pivot
R2/S2 are a very strong pivots to break but of course you need a certain...
So here's an updated version of my automatic Pivot Point detector.
If you don't like having a bunch of Pivots on your chart at once, or having to cycle through various resolutions to see different ones, this is for you!
What does this indicator do? It automatically detects the nearest daily, weekly, and monthly pivot points both above and below the current...
This script allows you to plot Weekly, Monthly and Yearly Fibonacci Pivot Points. I used templates from others I found on TradingView, special thanks given in the Script. I prefer Longer time frames, especially yearly Pivots, to predict reversals and places to trim risk, so this was tailored to my needs. Hope this helps!
This indicator plots the weekly and daily open in addition to a current close price line.
It also signals when price closes above or below the daily and weekly opens.
Also, the bull/bear bias is painted on this indicator as well.
Black is the weekly open
Silver is the daily open
Weekly is default black arrows. Up is going above open, down is going below