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Long Term Levels (4h, D, W, M, Q, & Y)

This shows and labels the highs and lows from the previous 4h, daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly session. By default it only shows weekly, monthly and yearly. It also has an option to use small labels (M vs Monthly High) to save your eyeballs. You may need to adjust your charts right hand margin to see them properly.

Everything is shown in very tasteful shades of blue. For a faster loading version of this check my other indicators.
Release Notes: Fixed indicator title
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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Comments

The coloured line for the Day High is not showing
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This is great - I was trying to create something similar so very helpful. Is there anyway the values for each level can also be marked via script? Something similar to price label. Thanks.
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scarf rsam
@rsam, The info is already there on the right axis, so it might be a bit cluttered. Unless you mean something else?
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rsam scarf
@scarf, Thank you, you are correct. I had to check 'Indicator last value label' under Chart Settings (Scales) and ow it's there. Sorry for the oversight.
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whats up scarf i use this script all the time & i love it but can u make some adjustments to it by adding morre time frames such as 5 min , 10 min , 15min , 30 min, 1 hr, 2 hr, 3 hr high & low as well as giving the ability to make the fonts bigger please..would greatly appreciate it ur a legend!
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asimpk48 Spaydz
@Spaydz, good suggestion please @scarf do it for us.... you are legend bro
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Wonderful work as I was searching this for long time Thanks a lot.
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Is there a way to add code to that the labels won't overlap each other?
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scarf GarethSA
@GarethSA, Not that I'm aware of, no. It's coded so the more significant levels should show over the less significant ones, though
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Sorry if this is a silly question, but if I tick 4H and Daily it shows different values for Daily than when I only tick Daily. Any idea?
Thanks!
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