I Customized The Settings Slightly To Create “Percentile” Based Highlight Bars…So You May Need To Adjust Slightly For Your Asset Class. These Are The Standard Settings Shown Here. Designed For Daily Charts…But Works GREAT On Intra-Day Charts!!!
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study("CM_Williams_Vix_Fix", overlay=false) pd = input(22, title="LookBack Period Standard Deviation High") bbl = input(20, title="Bolinger Band Length") mult = input(2.0 , minval=1, maxval=5, title="Bollinger Band Standard Devaition Up") lb = input(50 , title="Look Back Period Percentile High") ph = input(.85, title="Highest Percentile - 0.90=90%, 0.95=95%, 0.99=99%") pl = input(1.01, title="Lowest Percentile - 1.10=90%, 1.05=95%, 1.01=99%") hp = input(false, title="Show High Range - Based on Percentile and LookBack Period?") sd = input(false, title="Show Standard Deviation Line?") wvf = ((highest(close, pd)-low)/(highest(close, pd)))*100 sDev = mult * stdev(wvf, bbl) midLine = sma(wvf, bbl) lowerBand = midLine - sDev upperBand = midLine + sDev rangeHigh = (highest(wvf, lb)) * ph rangeLow = (lowest(wvf, lb)) * pl col = wvf >= upperBand or wvf >= rangeHigh ? lime : gray plot(hp and rangeHigh ? rangeHigh : na, title="Range High Percentile", style=line, linewidth=4, color=orange) plot(hp and rangeLow ? rangeLow : na, title="Range High Percentile", style=line, linewidth=4, color=orange) plot(wvf, title="Williams Vix Fix", style=histogram, linewidth = 4, color=col) plot(sd and upperBand ? upperBand : na, title="Upper Band", style=line, linewidth = 3, color=aqua)