Pivot points simply took the high, low, and closing price from the previous period and
divided by 3 to find the pivot. From this pivot, traders would then base their
calculations for three support, and three resistance levels. The calculation for the most
basic flavor of pivot points, known as ‘floor-trader pivots’, along with their support and
DYNAMIC S&R 2.0 is available:
This simple script will add in your chart "dynamic support/resistance" and the possible entry point.
Here is OSOIL Chart:
This indicator is not designed to be used as a bot, but only to help your trades :) If you consider this useful, please consider...
This indicator contains two simple moving averages that is calculated from the pivot point rather than the closing price. This indicator is described in detail in chapter 6 of the book Candlestick and Pivot Point Trading Triggers: Setups for Stock, Forex, and Futures Markets by John L. Person.
An improved version for minimum and maximum in a day trading session. You can choose the session resolution, it ranges from 1 minute to 1 week.
It works well for stocks and non-extended sessions due to security() function limitations.
Any suggestions, please leave a comment.
Minimum and maximum points in a day trading session. It may help you spot the range which min and max occur in a session.
In day trading, for example, at securities like GBPNZD, minimum happens between 02:00-05:00 ET and maximum between 08:00-14:00 ET. This indicator can help you test this hypothesis.