Fibonacci retracements are popular among technical traders. In technical analysis, a Fibonacci retracement is created by taking two extreme points (usually a peak and a trough) on a stock chart and dividing the vertical distance by the key Fibonacci ratios of 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8%, and 100%. Basic fibo levels are often known to be 14.6%, 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%,...
Magnetic Zones v1.1 Beta
This is one of the most powerful and effective indicator which I personally use for Intraday.
It works well for trending stocks and trending days.
What are the Zones?
The zones are basically Retracement and Reversal Zones. The price will take a halt at this zones. So it will be easy to take an entry.
How to use?
Here I propose a method to view only relevant decision-making zones for intraday and at that particular time. It is probably one of the cleanest ways to do this and have entire S/R system built-in without having clutter on the chart. This is great for discretionary traders to avoid confusion.
I'm here linking you examples of...
Chop Zone 9000 is based off Chop Zone by E.W Dreiss. Unlike the original Chop Zone, the main use for this iteration is support and resistance. There are 5 bars and each one represents a line of resistance. There will be areas where all red bars seem to clear up magically— this is due to gap ups or breakouts. The greatest benefit from this indicator is the ability...
- Trend - Support & Resistance Levels/Zones (Expo) automatically identifies and displays support and resistance levels based on the direction of the trend.
Levels/Zones are displayed where there is a high probability that price will find Support in positive trends and Resistance in negative trends.
Trend Cloud and Trend Detection Line can be enabled.
TakeOff Levels/Zones (Expo) automatically identifies and displays support and resistance levels based on momentum.
Levels/Zones are displayed where there is a high probability that price can takeoff. Traders should look for breakouts from the Level/Zone.
If the price doesn't breakouts from the SR level/zone there's a chance that the market has topped or...
Trend shift Candles (Expo) identifies where the market characteristics change. Trend shifts often occur in these areas. This is visualized with white candlesticks and Zones.
-> When the market enters a positive trend the candlesticks become green and when the market enters a negative trend the candlesticks become red.
-> The user can choose which timeframe to...
Price Action - Level/Zone (Expo) indicator identifies buying and selling pressure that has an impact on the price movement. This is visualized by a Zone, or Levels or with Barcolors depending on which settings are used.
Depending on the selected settings the indicator can identify buying and selling pressure which pushes the price further in the trend direction...
Price action Momentum Levels/Zones (Expo) indicator identifies relatively stronger Up and Down Momentum. This is visualized by a Zone, or Levels or with Barcolors depending on which settings are used.
When the market has relatively stronger momentum it can be a sign that the sellers or buyers are exhausted and the market has to pause, make a pullback, or make a...
Upgraded indicator Margin Zones with various number of options:
- Number of Days Ago to limit days when Zones are visible
- Price, margin and ticks can be set with decimal point
- Zones can be switched off separately
- all line are editable
**DESIGNED FOR ES/MES** This script provides an easy visualization of potential reversion zones to take trades back to the intraday midline. A common use would be to enter a position once price reached the outer yellow zones and retreats to either the red zone (for a short toward the midline) or a green zone (for a long back to the midline).
**DESIGNED FOR NQ/MNQ** This script provides an easy visualization of potential reversion zones to take trades back to the intraday midline. A common use would be to enter a position once price reached the outer yellow zones and retreats to either the red zone (for a short toward the midline) or a green zone (for a long back to the midline).
This indicator marks the resistances and supports of the post, pre and market sessions of the previous day projecting up to the market of the day, also it marks the hours of these three markets allowing to identify the beginning and end of the sessions in London, Hong Kong, and America.
A different spin on Keltner Channels. Using 3 channels of varying widths provides a good visual for potential entries off of extremes. Normal channel is center, green and red "zones" could be used as potential entry/exit areas, and the outside yellow zones may be viewed as extremes (signifying potential breakouts or strong reversal areas).
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This is a combination of indicators with a nice color code to nail supports and resistances along with pivot points in the market.
This was made for btc but can be used with other assets and currencies.
The arrows have been backtested but only for breakeven on most timeframes.
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The Demand Supply Zone indicator helps in identifying the Demand Supply zones on chart by pinpointing them. The indicator looks for patterns of Drop-Base-Rally and Rally-Base-Rally and when such pattern is available the indicator marks it as DZ ( Demand Zone ). Likewise, if the indicator finds a pattern of Rally-Base-Drop or Drop-Base-Drop the indicator marks it...