MastersOfTrading

MoT - [Analyst +] - Compare Candles

**THE INDICATOR**

Here we have compare candles which allows us to have additional windows with extra sets of candles in.

Compare candles is fully customisable and changes can be made to:

- Ticker of Candles (or asset)
- Type of Candles (Normal, HA, Berlin)
- Time Frame of Candles
- Candle Colouring etc
- Multiple Time Frame (Fully Customisable) Moving Averages

**THE CHART**

AUDNZD on the 4HR Time Frame


**ON THE CHART INDICATORS**

- Below the chart we have our Compare Candles which are set to show AUDNZD on the current time frame with "Heikin Ashi candles" plotted with a HTF set of Moving Averages on. This gives you the opportunity to see the HA Candles at the same time as the Normal Candles on the chart to give fabulous context.

- Below that we have our Compare Candles again which are set to show AUDNZD on the DAILY time frame with "Normal Candles" plotted with a HTF set of Moving Averages on. This gives you the opportunity to see price action of a higher time frame.

- At the Bottom we have the the Comparable AUDUSD with a HTF set of Moving Averages on.


**MASTERS OF TRADING**

Many Thanks and Trade Safe!

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Release Notes: ADDED MULTIPLE TIME FRAME MOVING AVERAGES.
Release Notes: - Added Background Colouring Option
If Moving Average 2 > 3 Bullish Background Colours
If Moving Average 2 < 3 Bearish Background Colours
Release Notes: - Code Update
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