SMT Supply and Demand Zones

This script will automatically plot Supply and Demand Zones for the prior 10 days (20 zones total) for ANY security (stocks, indices, forex, crypto, etc.)

The features of the script include:

- Color customization for both supply and demand (default is red for supply and green for demand, but the user can choose any color combination)
- Ability to enable/disable zones for each individual day
- Labels for all zones (the day they came from and whether they are supply or demand)
- Dynamically moving levels that track price action (so that they are always in the center of your screen)
- Ability to disable labels on zones
Release Notes:
Zone labels changed to white text instead for candle visibility
Release Notes:
Offset text to the left
Release Notes:
Added the ability to define a supply and demand zone label offset
Added the ability for the user to choose supply zone and demand zone label colors
Release Notes:
Script now works with free version of TradingView

Invite-only script

Access to this script is restricted to users authorized by the author and usually requires payment. You can add it to your favorites, but you will only be able to use it after requesting permission and obtaining it from its author. Contact StockManTrading for more information, or follow the author's instructions below.

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Author's instructions

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