fractalist scalpers, chaos theorists and traders trading on 5 minute charts in the financial markets are often swamped by too many fractals; switching between charts back and forth can be a headache too; so here's an indicator script coded by yours truly to make our lives easier.
how it works?
apply MTFWA on a 5 minute chart; synchronise it with your 1 hour...
2 x Ichimoku Cloud
5 x EMA
2 x MA
1 x HullMA
Study is based around trader @br0qn 's Ichimoku script.
Credits also go to:
@RicardoSantos for the Bill Williams Fractals
@EmilianoMesa for the EMAs/MAs
@mohamed982 for the HullMA
The script is open source so please feel free to change it around. I'd greatly appreciate...
This is a customized version of the default TradingView Awesome Oscillator indicator. I've followed what Bill Williams describes in his YouTube lecture (1) and book Trading Chaos (2).
The histogram is a 5 bar SMA subtracted by a 34 bar SMA and the line is the 5 bar SMA of the histogram.
Please comment to report bugs or to suggest improvements.
I love the default TradingView "Williams Fractal" indicator but I wanted want more flexibility to customize the style of the fractals like the wonderful indicator by @miyako.pro (1).
After noticing a missing fractal, I was intrigued to create a new indicator inspired by how Bill Williams describes fractals in his book Trading Chaos (2).
Please comment to report...
This is a revision of a script developed by tekolo. I hope tekolo takes a look. The concepts are here but I struggle with pine. I am very much a novice, but I tried to put information from the original book, Trading Chaos, Volume One by Bill Williams. There are too many plots to get this to wor. I made a lot of plot lines into comments to get it to run. I'm hoping...
Hit rate greater than Setup 9.1
However, the stop of this setup becomes more expensive in certain situations.
1 - Paper comes in a bullish trend in the operational term to be operated.
2 - Exponential moving average of 9 upward periods.
3 - Wait for a candle to make the largest closing (candle reference).
4 - If the next candle CLOSES below the...
Accumulation is a term used to describe a market controlled by buyers;
whereas distribution is defined by a market controlled by sellers.
Williams recommends trading this indicator based on divergences:
Distribution of the security is indicated when the security is making
a new high and the A/D indicator is failing to make a new high. Sell.