With results as coloured background and an option to choose your expiration ( one candle by default).
It's just an example for those who has their own strategy and wants to make nice arrows in their chart.
All you need to do is rewrite piece of script in lines 9:13 - feel free to ask me for any help.
Disclaimer: It's just an example how to script arrows for binary option trading, Poshtrader is not responsible for any loss of money by using this particular strategy.
Arrows set for bearish and bullish harami candlestick patterns.
Expiration set to 1 candle by default.
Bearish Harami: A bearish Harami occurs when there is a large bullish green candle on Day 1 followed by a smaller bearish or bullish candle on Day 2. The most important aspect of the bearish Harami is that prices gapped down on Day 2 and were unable to move higher back to the close of Day 1. This is a sign that uncertainty could be entering the market.
Bullish Harami: A bullish Harami occurs when there is a large bearish red candle on Day 1 followed by a smaller bearish or bullish candle on Day 2. Again, the most important aspect of the bullish Harami is that prices gapped up on Day 2 and price was held up and unable to move lower back to the bearish close of Day 1.
credits: repo32 and tmc
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