The background is that shows the local trend is calculated by either two Moving Averages or by a Kumo Cloud. By default the Kumo Cloud calculation is used.
What is the main oscillator?
- The main oscillator is TSV, or time segmented . It is one of the more interesting leading indicators.
What is the top bar?
-The top bar shows a trend confirmation based on the wolfpack ID indicator.
What are those circles on the second top bar?
-Those are Divergences of an internally calculated PVT oscillator. Red for Regular-Bearish, Green for Regular-Bullish.
What are those circles on the main oscillator?
-These are Divergences. Red for Regular-Bearish. Orange for Hidden-Bearish. Green for Regular-Bullish. Aqua for Hidden-Bullish.
What are those circles on the second lower bar?
-Those are Divergences of an internally calculated indicator. Red for Regular-Bearish, Green for Regular-Bullish.
What is the lower bar?
-The lower bar shows a trend confirmation based on the Acceleration Oscillator, in best case it showes how far in the trend the current price action is.
What are those orange or aqua squares?
- These are TSI ( ) entry signals . They are calculated by the TSI entry signal, the TSI oscillator threshold.
Most settings of the indicator package can be modified to your liking and based on your chosen strategy might have to be modified. Please keep in mind that this indicator is a tool and not a strategy, do not blindly trade signals, do your own research first! Use this indicator in conjunction with other indicators to get multiple confirmations.
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.