• The indicator is a visualization of maximum price in which the respective index can go up to in comparison with it's Index or .
Who to use?
• Long term Investors
• Portfolio Managers
• Mutual Fund Managers
• Index Traders
• based Traders
• Long term Investors and Options Traders gets the maximum benefit
What timeframe to use?
• 1 Year: Position & Investors
• 6 Months: Position & Investors
• 3 Months: Swing & Position
• 1 Month: Swing & Position
• 1 Week: Swing
• 1 Day: Swing
• 1 Hour: Intraday & Swing
What are Upper and Lower lines?
• Upper Line: If the index price reach closer to the Upper line there is a high chance of reversal to .
• Lower Line: If the index price reach closer to the Lower line there is a high chance of reversal to .
• This need to be confirmed with multiple levels like Daily, Weekly, Monthly etc.
How to use?
• If the price reach closer to that level there is a high chance of reversal from the current trend.
• To identify the reversal zone of the index.
• To identify the trend.
• Option Traders can Sell a Call or Put Option from that level.
• Long term Investors, Position or Swing traders can plan for a Long entry.
• Intraday traders can use lower timeframes to do the same.
• Input VIX: Identify the Symbol of your Index and type it in the box.
• For example for NIFTY Index chart type INDIAVIX in the box.
• Choose multiple timeframes according to your convenience.
How to turn on indicator Name and Value labels?
• Right side of the screen >
• Right click on the Price scale >
• Labels > Indicators and financial name labels, Indicators and financial value labels
• Various videos and reading materials are available about this method.
- Added dots between lines.
- Updated with current Volatility levels as Lines and Labels.
- The number in % is the Volatility Percentage which appear at the end of each label.
- Removed the dots on lines as it looks clustered.
- Added timeframes 30, 5 and 1 minutes.
Note: The gap between lines is the limitation of script. Draw a line manually to fill that for now.
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.