Here are a few screenshots of the same chart with various options selected.
, 4-Week, and 5-Day absolutes with 3-Monthly Fib plotted:
The same chart with 4-Weekly Fib:
The same chart with 5-Daily Fib:
5-Day, 12-Hour, 90-Minute absolutes with 12-Hourly Fib:
Zoomed in, on a 30-minute interval, with 90-minute Fib:
With descending ("inverted") 90-minute Fib:
I started putting this together for Vazzyb, who was looking for a way to automate plotting horizontal levels for monthly, weekly, and daily extremes, and then I added additional features as they occurred to me. Special thanks to Paaax, who suggested I add Fib levels.
I am leaving the code open, so you may feel free to grab snippets you like and use them for your own purposes. Of particular interest may be my custom "calc_fib()" function, which accepts any series pair, as well as a Boolean indicating whether to invert, and returns an array with each of the major Fibonacci levels: .
If anyone likes this enough to feel generous, please feel free:
P.S. If you want the time lengths to be as close to accurate as possible, don't forget to change the number of days per week when using for cryptocurrency!
Added the option to turn all lines gray...as a bonus.
Remember, Fibonacci levels can be turned off by selecting "None."
Example of 1-week (red), 2-day (blue) levels plotted with no Fib:
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.