Simple script to show key levels of current day and previous day. Labels can be turned on and off as needed. Line colors, thickness and style can be changed. Modified the "M/W/D Level" script from paaax. Credit for original code goes to him. Link to script and profile posted in code of this script.
Each trend has its high and low key points that are important in the next prices. Sometimes it's hard to find out the keys with a naked eye, so I tried to code a simple indicator to marking these points also, as a bonus, to draw support and resistance lines from previous critical pivot points.
Let me explain the details with a downtrend. If we consider the...
My take on Key Levels script that plots:
- Daily Open
- Weekly Open
- Monthly Open
- Day of Week Range (i.e. Monday Range)
- Initial Balance
Open levels are not visible on higher time frames, such as Daily Open is not visible on Weekly Open nor Monthly Open.
Initial Balance is not visible on the following timeframes: 2H, 4H, 6H, 8H, 1D, 1W and 1M. All other time...
This got removed so I'm publishing it again.
What it is:
- This script draws in levels refereed to as bank levels. They are basically psychological/even numbers(40000, 45000, 150, 1850..)
Why doesn't it work on some charts?
- Each pair has a different tick value. You will have to edit the code to make it work on certain pairs. It's pretty simple, take a look.
This indicator will automatically plot key horizontal levels.
The script will create a grid from highest to lowest price, dividing this price range into several steps.
It will then loop through each bar and save its cummulative price/volume into each steps.
The steps with the most significant prices/volume are finally plotted into key...
This script is designed to help you identify viable support and resistance levels by automatically creating lines that become less transparent when said levels hold. It is based on Donchian Channels created by rounded closes, not by highs and lows. You can use it as an aid to draw your levels manually, or stick exclusively to automatic charting.