[AIO] Session STD

The indicator supports up to six sessions to be displayed on the chart. The default values are:
  • 1st Session: 19:00 ~ 00:00 (Asian)
  • 2nd Session: 01:00 ~ 05:00 (London Open)
  • 3rd Session: 07:00 ~ 11:00 (New York Open)
  • 4th Session: 09:30 ~ 10:30 ( DR )
  • 5th Session: 03:00 ~ 04:00 (ODR)
  • 6th Session: 19:30 ~ 20:30 (ADR)

You can choose the Time Zone and Label size in the settings. The default value is New York Time for the Time Zone and Small for the Label size. If you do not specify Time Zone, the indicator will use the default symbol value.

For each session, besides High/Low Lines, you can choose to show or not show the Close Price line and Equilibrium line. You can also change:
The label text
The lines and backgrounds colors/styles
Whether to extend the lines or not.

The indicator also supports displaying Standard Deviations (STD) lines for up to three sessions. You can choose STD levels and STD range based on the Close Price lines or High/Low lines.
  • If you use the ICT concept, like using for Asian Range, the recommended values are High/Low and 1.
  • If you use the DR / IDR Concept, the recommended values are Close and 0.5.

It also supports STD Range Adjustment. The default value is 0.5.

You can change the session & STD values that fit your trading system, such as:
  • CBDR ( Central Bank Deviations) STD: 14:00 ~ 20:00
  • Flout STD: 15:00 ~00:00
  • Asian Range STD: 19:00 ~ 00:00
Release Notes:
Opttion "Fill Background" added

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