ICT Killzone Sessions Boxes & Deviations is a convenience indicator that marks out past and future ICT killzones for Asia, London, and New York, London Close and CBDR.
The boxes highlights the highest and lowest candle opens of that session/killzone, which is what the deviations are based on. Two lines mark out the highest high and lowest low of that session....
This simple indicator plots out ICT's New York midnight open price and a vertical divider at that time.
12am NY time is a key level to watch for daytrading and intraday scalping, often providing entry levels and orderblocks.
The session time may need to be adjusted for different exchanges, but the default is for most of forex.
Display candlesticks for the selected session, regular or extended.
Options to change include displaying the regular or extended session, timezone, session hours, and session days.
Meant for charts with longer trading sessions or to view only extended hours trading action on US stocks that have afterhours...
This script shows the London and NY Sessions on your chart. Decided to publish it on demand for user yuan642 :D. Maybe other users may find it helpful.
Looking back on charts it can help to spot certain moves or patterns around certain Session open when high volumes enter the markets.
Different version of the CM one but everything is configurable and easy to manage.
Daylight savings may also be toggled, I cannot automatically toggle it yet but hopefully with a pine update I will be able to.
It had the four main sessions but version two could possibly have all of them as optional toggles
Hope it is useful
Kill zones are really liquidity events. Many different market participants often come together and act around these events. The activity itself may be event driven (margin calls or options exercise related activity), portfolio management driven (buy-on-close and asset allocation rebalancing orders) or institutionally driven (larger players needing...
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Use this one:
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COPY & PASTE the code and change manually hours to reflect reality regardless selected TimeZone: