mortdiggiddy

Fisher Transform Multi-Timeframe

Plots the multi-timeframe version of the fisher transform . When the desired interval is less than the chart interval, the intermediate values of the transform will be displayed.
Release Notes: Fixed error in final smoothed fisher transform.

  • Added bar coloring for convenience.
  • Added zero line.

See calculation here: http://finance4traders.blogspot.com/2009...
See use cases here: https://tradesoftheday.com/how-to-use-fi...
Release Notes: Matched default values to Trading View built in Fisher Transform indicator. You should see identical values.
Release Notes:
  • Added some basic trending functions to show the trend and prevent whipsaws. The trend can only change at the last candle of the fisher transform desired interval.
Release Notes:
  • Added alert conditions for trend changes.
Release Notes:
  • Fixed bugs.

Release Notes:
  • Added shading fill to Fisher:Fisher lines .
  • Added SRC price options: Close, HL3, OHLC4
Release Notes:
  • Fixed bug.
Release Notes:
  • Added 4 color themes for convenience
  • Added 2 thresholds that determine both the candlestick color and the fisher trend color
Open-source script

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.

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Hi, what are your setting for the bottom picture to make it look like that? thanks
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Hello mortdiggiddy, your scripts are really amazing!

Is there a typo in line 48?: "OHLC4" ? (op + h + l + close) / 3
3 instead of 4?
greetings
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mortdiggiddy BobAndrews
@BobAndrews, Yes thanks, the line should read

p = src == "HL2" ? (h + l) / 2 : src == "HLC3" ? (h + l + close) / 3 : src == "OHLC4" ? (op + h + l + close) / 4 : close
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Awesome stuff mortdiggiddy!

Wondering if you convert this to pinescript v4 - I gave it a go without much expertise, but came unstuck converting the array across.
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@aNuFFi, There is no advantage to converting to pine 4.
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This is brilliant, thank you! I see it's in Pinescript V3 - Tradingview converter has an issues with line 85 in converting to Pinescript V4. Any idea how to correct the conversation error?

'Conversion failed, reason: Source pine is incorrect. line 85: Assertion failed: Tuple lengths are different! lvalue length is 6 rvalue lenght is 4'
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Thanks for your great work!
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What do you mean by multi time frame? Just that it works on many different TF?
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mortdiggiddy bobbertoswald
@bobbertoswald, If the indicator is set to a higher time frame than the chart (i.e. the chart is 5 min and the fisher transform is set to 60 min), the incremental values for each 5 minute bar are shown. The values which match at the end of the last 5 minute candle in each 60 minute session, i.e. 0:55, 1:55, 2:55, 3:55, etc.

This indicator allows you to view the fisher transform on a lower chart interval when the fisher transform is set to a higher interval, so the ability to view a higher time frame indicator on a lower chart interval.
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