I hope you're all hanging on at home with what's going on these days...
The good news is.... it gives us more time to trade ^^.... #positive #attitude
I - Concept
This screener detects whether the regular divergences based on the TradingView Divergence built-in indicator (made by the gentleman @everget I believe)
With this screener, you can see in 1 view which of your favorite cryptos/stocks/forex pairs/etc. showing strong divergences
The gentlemen (and demoiselles) traders can play with the lookback/ranges inputs to adjust the divergences based on what they think is best of their trading/timeframe/instrument/life
On that script screenshot, I'm showing the BYBIT:BTCUSD part of the screener matching with the divergences on the chart
II - How did I set the screener
The visual signals are as follow:
- square: whenever a divergence is detected
Then the colors are:
- green when there is regular divergence
- red when there is regular divergence
No verdadeiro espírito TradingView, o autor deste script o publicou com código aberto, para que os traders possam compreendê-lo e verificá-lo. Um brinde ao autor! Você pode usá-lo gratuitamente, mas a reutilização deste código em uma publicação é regida pelas Regras da Casa. Você pode favoritá-lo para utilizá-lo em um gráfico.
"i'll get a green or red box on, say, BYBIT:BTCUSD. Then, I goto BYBIT:BTCUSD"
Time interval is 15m.
4 tickers I have loaded in the indicator are:
Then I look at a chart on another asset, say right now i'm looking at "CGC".
I'm seeing that between 11:45 and 14:15, there are some bull and bear divergences on NUGT, UGAZ, and JNUG. So, I then navigate to another chart on something else ,say, XAUUSD, and I get a different set of boxes. The times are similar, but some boxes do appear, but in different places, and some divs appear here, but not in other tickers.
So, i'm assuming then, that the indicator will not print a box if the identical slice of time is not available in the current ticker you're viewing?