Here's a comprehensive look at its primary functionalities:
Upon the occurrence of a breakout or breakdown, a signal is meticulously assessed against a false signal condition/filter, after which the indicator promptly generates a trading signal. Additionally, it conducts precise calculations to determine potential target levels and then exhibits them graphically on the price chart.
🔸Trendline Drawing: The indicator automatically plots trendlines based on significant pivot points and wick data, visually representing the prevailing trend.
🔸Breakout and Breakdown Signals : It triggers trading signals when a breakout (price moves above the trendline) or a breakdown (price moves below the trendline) is detected, helping traders identify potential entry points.
🔸False Breakout/ Breakdown Filter ✔️: To enhance accuracy, the indicator incorporates a filter to reduce false breakout and breakdown signals, helping traders avoid premature entries.
🔸Target Calculation: The indicator performs target-level calculations, a critical aspect of trade management.
These calculated target levels are visually displayed on the price chart, helping traders set precise profit targets and make well-informed trading decisions.
🔸Color-Change Labels: The indicator features label color changes to provide quick visual cues. Labels are initially displayed in orange. When a take profit (TP) level is reached, the label changes to green, indicating a successful trade. Conversely, if a stop-loss (SL) level is hit, the label turns red, signaling a losing trade.
This indicator combines technical analysis, trendline identification, breakout/breakdown signals, and risk management tools to assist traders in making more informed and efficient trading decisions. It can be a valuable addition to any trader's toolkit, helping them identify potential trade opportunities and manage risk effectively.
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