Hope you're all having a blast
Here's the invite-only script of the week. The ALL-IN-ONE saga continues with another script.
This time, I compiled a lot of algorithmic supports and resistances (S/R) - to be used with any indicators out there.
Those S/R are universal and work with all asset classes (FOREX, CRYPTO, INDICES, STOCKS, , ...)
No one can predicts which S/R will stop a move - generally - the high timeframes S/R + the SMAs with a big input value - work as strong walls often forcing the candles to retrace a bit short-term.
At Today's post (October, 25th 2019 - 12 pm UTC-4), we see how useful they were, to identify how high BTC /USD could go before retracing.
I. 💎 SCRIPTS ACCESS 💎
1.🖐️ Access can only be requested through my website.
2.🖐️ My website URL is in this script signature at the very bottom (you'll have to scroll down a bit and going past the long description) and in my profile status available here: Daveatt
3.🖐️ A tutorial article/video will be provided on those sub mentioned links + Tradingview
4.🖐️ You obviously can contact me directly for more information
II. 🔎 ALL-IN-ONE Supports and Resistances 🔎
You can display the algorithmic S/R, and/or , (not finished yet) and the long terms levels.
For the 3 types of S/R, I pre-selected those that I think are the most relevant and useful for everyone. Please let me know if you'd like me to add/remove some.
All those listed by default are important and provide a MAP for a trader.
They give great take profits zones, levels where it's better to wait for a pullback before entering.
2.1 👁️🗨️ S/R mode 👁️🗨️
Each type of S/R can be displayed or not.
2.2 📱 Mobile optimized display 📱
Preview: https://imgur.com/a/ldMYqcL. I posted 2 images there
The script is made using the newest version of Pinescript, and displaying small labels for every .
✨ This will come in handy for mobile users - they'll get nice looking labels displayed at the right of their chart.
Each S/R type have its own labels and label position. The script users can activate/deactivate them at will
Let's review quickly each one.
2.3 Algorithmic SMAs
I cherish, love, sometimes despite them, but they're very relevant for all asset classes. The tool displays as many relevant algorithmic and generic SMAs that I could think of.
The indicator lists about 18 different SMAs in multiple timeframes.
7 are displayed (S1/S2/S3/P/R1/R2/R3)
You can choose one of 4 types:
The fun doesn't stop here. You can also select a timeframe between Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Yearly for those .
For INDICES, for example, I use a lot the daily Traditional .
2.5 Long Terms Levels
Display by default the highest/lowest weekly/monthly/quarterly/monthly levels.
The scripts user can chose to select the previous highest/lowest also.
If you have any doubts or questions, please hit me up directly or ask in the comments section of this script.
I'll never claim I have the best trading methodology or indicators.
You only will judge and I'll appreciate all the questions and feedback you're sending my way.
They helped me a ton for developing indicators based on all the requests I received.
May the force 💪 be with you all 🥳.
- pivot labels now contain the timeframe info
Fixed pivot yearly resolution
Added a new Moving Average
Added thickness input for the SMAs. Allows to change their thickness at once
Added alerts for whenever a pivot, SMA, long term level is being crossed over or under
Create just 1 alert with the alert() function call option
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Will share it here when done
Thank you for the great suggestion :)