The Zig Zag indicator is a useful tool when it comes to visualizing past underlying trends in the price and can make the process of using drawing tools easier. The indicator consists of a series of lines connecting points where the price deviates more than a specific percentage from a maximum/minimum point ultimately connecting local peaks and troughs.
The following indicator returns a line bouncing of the extremities of a Donchian channel, with the aim of replicating a "zig-zag" indicator. The indicator can both be lagging or lagging depending on the settings user uses.
Various extended lines are displayed in order to see if the peaks and troughs made by the Donchian zig-zag can act as potential...
Displays lines connecting past pivot high/low points with each line having the slope of a linear regression. This slope can also be controlled by the user with the 'Slope' setting. Each line can be used as a support or resistance by the user.
Length : Pivot length. Use higher values for having lines connected to more significant pivots points.
This indicator shows three types of support and resistance lines: Horizontal, Parallel (using linear regression) and Fibonacci Retracement. Lines can be adjusted or turned on and off in settings. A great tool for setting up entries, exits and locating pivot points.
As TV doesn't provide a function to draw lines between points, I wrote a function to do this in one my own indicators.
The function itself however can be applied/modified for different use cases, eg. drawing trendlines.
In this (proof of concept) example I used it to draw lines based on past high/low pivot points.
The inputs required:
* an INPUT...
Lines are the most widely used figures in technical analysis, this is due to the linear trends that some securities posses (daily log SP500 for example), support and resistances are also responsible for the uses of lines, basically linear support and resistances are made with the assumption that the line connecting two local maximas or minimas will...
This library provides a way to calculate the y-coordinate of a line on a specified bar when the chart scale is Log.
The built-in `line.get_price()` function only works with linear scale and gives incorrect results when the chart is in Log scale.
The library only works with `bar_index` values and `xloc.bar_index`-based lines,...
This upgrade I have attempted to improve the Automatic levels calculation and better automatic levels selections. It should now work better with exotic currencies, indices, commodities, and stocks.
The indicator plots the so called "round price levels" or "00" levels, which end on 00 and 50: for example, 1.4000, 1.4400, 1.4450. It automatically calculates the...
This is an alternate version of "Sweetspot Gold R4" that does not use sublevels. Removing the sublevels allows more efficient use of the plots (TV script has a limit of 64 plot calls).
This works well for all currency pairs I've tested, most commodities, and most stocks.
The indicator plots the so called "round price levels" or "00" levels. For example,...
Candles are split into 10 categories based on their volume, and can be changed in the options. By default and in the images, white is very high volume, reds are high volume, yellows are medium volume, greens are low and dark-grey is very low.
Adjustments for scale are included in the options. The Magnitude option is a 10x multiplier, so 1=10, 2=100, 3=1000, etc.,...
once again, I want to show you a different method for detecting support and resistance level. Today's approach is similar to the one I posted recently, but the way the level will be detected is different. I call it the multi-timeframe standard deviation level.
How does it work?
The method is similar to the way Bollinger Bands work. First, the...
In This experimental study, we've taken RSI data, Volume Profile, and Trend analysis, combining them into one unique package that will allow a trader to analyze market trend lines and their proposed channels, trend momentum through candle color augmentation similar to "Pulse", and Visible Volume index price levels on chart for the current sequence. Below are...
Example primarily focuses on:
• creating a simple function to get a time offset value
• using the offset to set drawing locations in the future
• how to properly set up and manipulate line positions
Extras ( end of script ):
• inclusion of vertical lines for visualising start and end points using the time offsets
• inclusion of label to read out the current...