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study(title="yuthavithi volatility based force trade scalper", shorttitle="YUTHAVITHI Volatility based FORCE Scalper", overlay=true) fast = input(3, minval= 1, title="Fast") slow = input(20, minval = 1, title = "Slow") atrFast = input(20, minval = 1, title = "ATR Fast") atrSlow = input(50, minval = 1, title = "ATR Slow") len = input(20, minval=1, title="Length") multiplier = input(2, minval=1, title="multiplier") src = input(close, title="Source") bbMid = sma(src, len) plot(bbMid, color=blue) atrFastVal = atr(atrFast) atrSlowVal = atr(atrSlow) stdOut = stdev(close, len) bbUpper = bbMid + stdOut * multiplier bbLower = bbMid - stdOut * multiplier plot(bbUpper, color = (atrFastVal > atrSlowVal ? red : silver)) plot(bbLower, color = (atrFastVal > atrSlowVal ? red : silver)) force = volume * (close - nz(close)) xforce = cum(force) xforceFast = ema(xforce, fast) xforceSlow = ema(xforce, slow) bearish = ((xforceFast < xforceSlow) and (atrFastVal > atrSlowVal)) and ((xforceFast > xforceSlow) or (atrFastVal < atrSlowVal)) and (close < open) bullish = ((xforceFast > xforceSlow) and (atrFastVal > atrSlowVal)) and ((xforceFast < xforceSlow) or (atrFastVal < atrSlowVal)) and (close > open) plotshape(bearish, color=red, style=shape.arrowdown, text="Sell", location=location.abovebar) plotshape(bullish, color=green, style=shape.arrowup, text="Buy", location=location.belowbar)