Market Swiss Knife

devnpips Updated   
Simple script, helpful to analyse the current conditions of the market and make your own decisions. It's not a signal indicator

* Shows an EMA to help you identify the trend
* Uses the ATR to plot two lines below (current low + ATR) and above (current high - ATR) the current candle. Useful to see whether the market is overextended or find possible targets
* Plots a vertical line showing NY, Tokyo and London session opens
* Includes a position size calculator to calculate your desired lot size (works in forex and gold)
Release Notes:
Deleted unnecessary comments in code
Release Notes:
* Minor aesthetic changes in settings menu
* Deleted unnecessary plots
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Aesthetic changes
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* Made default colour for session lines more transparent
* Added the option to plot daily, weekly and monthly open and also previous weekly high and low. You can remove the levels you don't wanna see plotted
Release Notes:
just updating indicator chart preview
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Chart update :/
Release Notes:
* updated indicator short-title
* extended atr lines so that they are drawn through the whole current day and not just the last candle
* added color option to atr lines
* moved fx calculator to the bottom of the settings
* fixed a bug where on mondays the weekly open and daily open would overlap, now it just shows weekly open
Release Notes:
Removed the FX lot calculator so that the indicator can run on charts like ETHBTC without errors.

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