First of all, I must say that this script wouldn't be possible without the help of one of the best script developers on TradingView - @ahancock (thanks a bunch for your help)
This script draws opening ranges for each of the sessions - Tokyo, London and New York and plots session high, low and pivot range of the previous session.
So if you trade London session -...
This script presents the session range and post session movements relative to that range of all the majors and crosses on a single page. You can also set it to a daily range and weekly range (beta). It will even show you the pip value of the range. I made the indicator to easily stay on top of market movements at london open relative to the Asia session range....
Universal Global Session
This Script combines the world sessions of: Stocks, Forex, Bitcoin Kill Zones, strategic points, all configurable, in a single Script, to capitalize the opening and closing times of global exchanges as investment assets, becoming an Universal Global Session .
It is based on the great work of @oscarvs ( BITCOIN KILL ZONES v2 ) and the...
A simple script which allows the user to highlight the background of a certain session. At the moment there is only one session available, I will work on multiple highlights for numerous sessions at a later date.
## Background ##
Simple Sessions is based on the very awesome "Sessions on Chart" by Aurocks_AIF.
I really liked how the background colours worked but wanted to simplify it by removing some parts that I didn't use. I then simplified much of the code, put it into my standard template format and re-published. Hopefully the code is a bit cleaner and easier to read...
I have heard many people ask for a script that will identify the high and low of a specific session. So, I made one.
Important Note: This indicator has to be set up properly or you will get an error. Important things to note are the length of the range and the session definition. The idea is that you would set it up for what's relevant to your trading. Going...
This indicator was initially Created by @BryceWH.
Modification by @leonsholo
The indicator uses New York Time
I modified it to match my own criteria which includes:
- I adjusted the time zones.
- Added tags to the settings to make it easy to know which kill zones you are toggling on or off.
- Added the Asia session
- Added the London Close session
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...
High & Low Of Custom Session - OpeningRange Breakout (Expo) prints the high and the low of a custom session.
I use the indicator to trade the re-test of opening range (high/low) as well as breakouts from the opening range. The same logic can be applied to the session you have chosen.
HOW TO USE
1. Use the indicator to trade the re-tests of the session...
this scripts prints the high and low as well as the moving average of a user-defined session.
How does it work?
Basically, as soon as we are in the session range, the indicator will constantly keep track of the high and the low of this range. It also prints the moving average, which can either be a floating or a static line, that represents the...
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.
This indicator is basically just a back-testing tool. All it does is highlight the background of your charts with the specified color within the specified timezone.
This is useful particularly for back-testing purposes, such as testing a day-trading strategy within a particular period of the day or ignoring signals that fall within the given timeframe (which is...
This script colours the background of any time range you specify, including weekend periods.
It can be useful for spotting patterns on Bitcoin (recurring times of buying or selling).
Checkboxes to switch on and off. Inputs to specify time and day of week.
Monday = 2
Tuesday = 3
Wednesday = 4
Thursday = 5
Friday = 6
Saturday = 7
Sunday = 1
This indicator show Japan, EU and USA sessions for Currency.
The default parameters setting for FXCM summer time.(UTC-4)