Lines are the most widely used figures in technical analysis, this is due to the linear trends that some securities posses (daily log SP500 for example), support and resistances are also responsible for the uses of lines, basically linear support and resistances are made with the assumption that the line connecting two local maximas or minimas will...
Nothing fancy in terms of code, take this post as an educational post where i provide information rather than an useful tool.
Time-Series Forecasting And The Drift Method
In time-series analysis one can use many many forecasting methods, some share similarities but they can all by classified in groups and sub-groups, the drift method is a...
I decided to republish this one without the trend filter and with all the major symbols active. This will allow for all the patterns to show up.
Due to 15 different candlestick formations in this one script, it will be difficult to turn off the last few due to screen size. You can turn off individual patterns on the settings screen.
I have everything spelled out...
Based on my latest script "Linear Channels"
This is a trailing stop version of the linear channels. Thanks to capissimo for helping me fix several issues with the linear extrapolation part.
In order to know how the indicator work i recommend reading the post on the Linear Channels indicator here
As TV doesn't provide a function to draw lines between points, I wrote a function to do this in one my own indicators.
The function itself however can be applied/modified for different use cases, eg. drawing trendlines.
In this (proof of concept) example I used it to draw lines based on past high/low pivot points.
The inputs required:
* an INPUT...
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I already made an indicator (simple line) that tried to make lines on price such that the results would not repaint and give a good fit to the price, today i publish a channels indicator based on the simple line indicator. The indicator aim to show possible support and resistance levels when the central line posses a low sum of squares with the...
This upgrade I have attempted to improve the Automatic levels calculation and better automatic levels selections. It should now work better with exotic currencies, indices, commodities, and stocks.
The indicator plots the so called "round price levels" or "00" levels, which end on 00 and 50: for example, 1.4000, 1.4400, 1.4450. It automatically calculates the...
Based on the Auto-Line code, the Efficient Auto Line aim to provide a more controlled adaptivity of the indicator. The first indicator of this sort worked this way : when the absolute difference between the price and the indicator is higher than the previous indicator +/- A pips of amplitude, the indicator will display the closing price, else its...
This is an alternate version of "Sweetspot Gold R4" that does not use sublevels. Removing the sublevels allows more efficient use of the plots (TV script has a limit of 64 plot calls).
This works well for all currency pairs I've tested, most commodities, and most stocks.
The indicator plots the so called "round price levels" or "00" levels. For example, 1.4000,...
July 18 2019 - LCS - line channels (basic) by RootDuk
Version : v3 - read the notes
Easy script to draw channels based on ie. GANN using the following
- ibback : barsback to search for high and low
This will place circles on your chart for the opening daily price. If price is above, the circles are green. If price is below, the circles are red. I wanted to be able to see the opening price a bit easier while in smaller time frames.
I decided to add the previous daily closing line to the original script. Basically looking for good support / resistance
An expansion of the Advance Decline Line of the NYSE. It can be interesting to compare the Advance Decline Line with the corresponding benchmark index. I therefore made a ranking (0 to 100) based on the performance over the last days (default: 21 days). The difference is the target figure and ranges between -100 (bearish divergence) to +100 (bullish...