joeeponcee95

First and Last Candle Highlight

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Simple indicator that colors the 8:30 am Morning open candle, 3pm close candle and overnight 12:00am candle for ES as a quick reference for ICT strategies or any other strategies that provide added confluence to your style of trading. the time is set to UTC -5 for chicago time but im sure it will auto adjust for any other time zone if not message me and i will leave the script open for you to edit to your liking
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*Adjusted Midnight candle to UTC-4 NY time zone

*Added third option to color all three candles differently
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Added session Break lines with Time zone adjustment
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Added EMAs + Vwap to save indicator space

DM if you have any other ideas to add to this script its a 3 in 1 as of now
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revised script to include ATR, ADR, EMAs, Vwap and Time Zone session breaks, more to come DM if you have anything to add in mind
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Fixed ATR/ADR/LoD window reposition setting
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Minor Bug fix
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Fixed default color settings and added alternative shapes
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Added live Futures price tracker for 3 tickers

Changed default table positions
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- Added Daily-ATR and Current Time Frame ATR values
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adjusted default color opacitys & current daylight savings time to gmt -5
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Adjusted color settings
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Added Days of the Week Labels at the Bottom

Added second Futures, ETF, Ticker converter/table
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