This indicator can be useful for traders who are interested in analyzing price movements over different time periods. By displaying the daily, Monday, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly high and low values along with their mid values on a chart, traders can get a better understanding of how prices have behaved over longer periods of time.
For example, a...
This script aims to encompass the style of Traders Reality, Steve M (BTTM), and Stacey Burke (youtube)
yesterday and last wk high and low
Custom watermark with examples (good for fullscreen multicharts)
can set it to show the year and week x of year
Colored candles for ays of week.
The theory behind these colors are that monday and tuesday set your...
We are forever drawing key levels on our charts with saved drawing templates, but finding the levels, adding the labels, is all tedious stuff. We have indicators, but we have multiple different ones at a time.
What if you could just tick a box on/off?
Well now you can.
This all in one 'levels' indicator is designed to show all the key highs and lows from...
Strategy to go long at end of Monday before market closes and exit before Tuesday close, or at stop loss or take profit percentages
This runs strategy on entering by weekday name and also by session time.
Implemented are also Take Profit and Stop Loss to exit position using custom inputs.
Added stoploss and take profit plot lines
This is a strategy designed for swing trading on markets such as crypto and stocks.
Its components are:
Rules for entry:
We entry only on Monday, if our close of the candle crossed above VWAP
Rules for exit
We exit always on Sunday or if we either hit the TP/SL levels.
If you have any questions let me know
This indicator automatically plots the chosen timeframe's high, low, mid point and open. These levels on higher timeframes act as support and resistance levels on lower timeframes, helping find entries, stoploss and profit targets.
Most common timeframes to choose are Daily, 1W, 1M, and 3M. Other timeframes that are good include, 2D, 2W and 2M.
For example, you...