This is a session timing indicator designed to show you certain times that the NYSE trades in. The bands represent:
NYSE Early Trading
NYSE Core Trading Session
Closing Auction Imbalance Freeze period
(optional) NYSE Afterhours until Asian session open
Earnings and Quarterly reporting and fundamental data at a glance.
A study of the financial data available by the "financial" functions in pinescript/tradingview
As far as I know, this script is unique. I found very few public examples of scripts using the fundamental data. and none that attempt to make the data available in a useful form
as an indicator / chart...
This script plots volume bars and highlight bars that have an unusual activity, compare to the average (Standard: Simple Moving Average, 50 periods).
The script is useful for checking daily volume levels on equities. Where there is high volume, there is likely volatility, wich is good for day trading and swing trading entries.
Simple VIX Monitor to track spikes.
Spikes in VIX are often followed by big moves up in stocks.
Useful when paired with "Correlation & Beta" Indicator.
For Bitcoin Traders: when Bitcoin is highly correlated to Stocks (such as now) it could be a good opportunity for a short-term long trade.
"You don’t put sunscreen when there is no sun, you don’t use an umbrella when there is no rain, you don’t use a kite when there is no wind, so why would you use a trend following strategy when there is no trend ?"
This is how i start my 4th paper "A New Technical Indicator For Optimal Markets Detection" where i present two new technical...
Winning trades and gaining profits in trading is not impossible, however having gross profits superior to gross losses is what make trading challenging, it is logical to think that it is better to open a position when the probability of winning the trade is high, such probability can’t be measured with accuracy but a lot of metrics have been...
type: properties manipulation, no programming needed
time required: 15minutes, at least
level: medium (need to know contracts, trading pairs)
A strategy can "appear" to work or be broken depending on the pile of cash that is working on. This amount is defined in the strat properties, under "order size".
For noobs (like me) this is very confusing at first :)
Found an error in the orders. Script was making double orders at times. I fixed it. It is tuned as such:
15 min chart
starting $USD to show 1000 contracts for minicontract with FXCM (start date 3-18 $633 with 1:50 leverage)
Indicator plots ==> Starting equity - (trade gain and loses) - (number of trades) * (spread) = true balance estimate