A cloud based on the highest high and lowest low of a given period (Donchian), same lines used in Ichimoku Cloud (Conversion line or Base line).
Short term line is based on current time frame, long term line is based on your given multiple of current time frame.
The color of the lines is based on up or down movement.
I stole a piece of code from PineCoders for...
The first edition；
This is a tool to calculate BTC long “Margin Call” price line, you can intuitively adjust the leverage multiple to calculate the current “Margin Call” price line position, you can also adjust the average price to see the average“Margin Call” price；
just publishing to share to novice pine coders like myself
any feedback on layout/structure/shortcuts will always be appreciated, not that this is a long script with much that can go wrong
short little what ever to show variable alert message
needs to draw the number from a plotted number like line 18 and 19, and cant be gettin the numbers from line 14 and 16
This is the setup used by Alexandre Wolwacz (Stormer).
4 Exponential Moving Averages:
* 4 red
* 17 blue
* 34 black
* 80 green
* Red: possible top
* Blue: possible bottom
* Yellow: inside bar
Option to use Slow Stochastic as filter for top/bottom.
This script is a tweaked version of the Exponential Hull Moving Average that allows you to introduce a longer lookback period for reversal signals. In all current implementations of the EHMA, the reversal (color change from red to green) is calculated by taking the current value of the MA and comparing it to the previous calculated value. This EHMA version allows...
5 exponential moving averages (EMA) in one indicator
EMA 21 black
EMA 55 blue
EMA 99 green
EMA 200 purple
EMA 300 red
EMA's are a powerfull tool to detect trends on all timeframes.
You can copy this script and modify it, if you want to use a differen selection of EMA's or colours.
OBV plotted with Bollinger Bands to show whether the volume is breaking out from its normal deviation (both up or down). The OBV changes color depending on the macro trend which is set using a 100 EMA.
Hi Guyz !
This is Raghu, and i coded this indicator !
I included in this indicator
1) PIVOT POINTS
2) CAMARILLA PIVOTS
3) 20, 50, 200 SIMPLE MOVING AVERAGES
5) Opening Price
6) Previous Day High
7) Previous Day Low
You can SHOW (or) HIDE any one in the list !
Your Valuable Suggestions & Feedback will be...
A script for SMMA calculated on fixed timeframe, different from the main chart's timeframe.
As it's known, we can't use mutable variables with security. At the same time, SMMA references to the previous values. So it's impossible to create SMMA on different timeframe, just passing a variable with SMMA to security.
To overcome this restriction, we should use a...
Implementation of Difference of Exponentially Weighted Averages in Pine Script. It can generate a line that adjust to the overall trend of a graphic. The lines that are generated in a new plot are the the Difference of Exponentially Weighted Averages (blue) and it binarization over the previous values.
Exponentially Weighted Averages
This technique is used for...
Here is my take on MA/EMA's and MTF, based on the most excellent work of
"PineCoders" (MTF Selection Framework functions)!
The big advantage is that on 1 image you can easily see where
price is compared to different MA/EMA's (each of different Time Frames).
This gives a lot of Support and Resistance area's!
- MA/EMA 20
- MA/EMA 50
- MA/EMA 100
The 9-period exponential moving average setups are simple and efficient for upward or downward trends. Its creation is attributed to trader Larry Williams . In Brazil it is widely publicized by trader Alexandre Fernandes (Palex).
This indicator was created to show the setup that appeared in each candle and an arrow shows the direction that the operation...
I have combined a number of indicators all into this 1 option.
It has the following:
> The Cradle zone represents a methodology to using the 10 and 20 EMA's at your selected time-frame.
Where the shading between the 10 and 20 EMA is green for an uptrend and red for a downtrend.
10, 12, 20, and 50
> Those who are familiar using the Cradle...