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Trading Ideas - Chart Champions Value - Points of Interest

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Trading Ideas is based on having visual Points of Interest.

The indicator displays:

- dOpen : Daily Open

- dPOC: Developing Point of Control

- pdPOC : Previous Day Point of Control

- dbyPOC : Day Before Yesterday Point of Control

Initial Balance (High, low, mid points for the first hour ( UTC 0000)

- IB High : Initial Balance High

- IB Mid : Initial Balance Middle

- IB Low : Initial Balance Low


Chart Champions Value ( CCV ) is based on Daniel - Chart Champions theory explained in his educational videos.

That if the previous day is a range day and price action (PA) closes:
Above the previous days Value Area High (pdVAH) then there is an 80% chance of it retracing back to previous days Value Area Low (pdVAL)
Below the previous days Value Area Low (pdVAL) then there is an 80% chance of it going back up to the previous days Value Area High (pdVAH)

The CCV check can be ticked on and off for a quick visual to see if the setup could potentially be in play (if green then CCV could be play for that day).


Settings/Configuration

The calculated Value Area (VA) can be amended.
It is recommend to change the resolution to that of your symbol. For example BTC resolution 1, XRP resolution 0.00001.


As seen below having key Points of Interest can make you think twice before going into a trade:




My thanks go to:
ahancock for allowing usage of his script.
AnyDozer and Bjorn Mistiaen on Stack Overflow for all their assistance.

Any feedback will be gratefully received.
Release Notes: Implemented the option to show previous day VWAP and current day VWAP. To enable tick the VWAP button within the settings.

Open-source script

In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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