metka183

Trend Direction Sequence | Auto-Multi-Timeframe

metka183 Zaktualizowano   
The main benefit of this indicator is the ability to see multiple higher timeframes at ones to get a better overview of signals that could mark possible trend reversals with more weight than those on the selected timeframe. Since the higher timeframes are calculated automatically, the user needs to set a Period Multiplier that multiplies the selected timeframe several times to determine the higher timeframes. Equal periods are filtered out. And the current highest timeframe is capped at 1 year by TradingView.

It is possible to alter the sequence Count Limit and the underlying Wavelength. The Wavelength defines the distance between the starting and ending candle. This builds the minimum condition to find a trend. A longer Wavelength means that the distortions between the start and end candle can be bigger, so it can become easier to find a trending sequence. But be careful not to set the length too high as this could mean that the resulting sequence does not really represent a trend anymore. The Count Limit defines the completion of a trending sequence. A higher number makes it more difficult to find a completed sequence, but also makes the result more reliable. If the Wavelength is changed, the Count Limit should be adjusted accordingly.

There is also a qualifier for the completion of a sequence. A completed sequence only will be labeled on the chart, if it is proved that the lowest low/highest high of the last two candlesticks of a period is lower/higher than that of the previous two candlesticks. It does not require the trend to be continuous on the last candlestick. On the contrary, a trend shift may already have begun.

By default, the labeling of completed sequences will appear on the highs and lows of the specific periods. Because the higher periods will take time and several candlesticks to appear, the labels will be redrawn accordingly. As an option it is possible to disable the Count Limit for completed sequences so that the labels will be fluently redrawn until the corresponding sequences are interrupted by trend breaks. Only activate this option, if it can serve a plausible strategy.

The count status of all sequences in the specific timeframe periods is listed in a table. Also the results of the trends in higher timeframes are accumulated and combined into an overall trend. Positive trends are counted as positive, negative in the opposite case. To see the resulting Trend Shift Signals, the user can set a filter under 100% so that not all of them will be filtered out and therefore labeled on the chart (this signals cannot be redrawn). An “External Indicator Analysis Overlay” can be used to analyze the profitability with the provided Trend Shift Signal (TSS) which switches from 0 to 1, if the trend becomes positive or from 0 to -1, if the trend becomes negative.
Informacje o Wersji:
Correction for the treatment of intraday timeframes.
Informacje o Wersji:
Added alert functionality. There are two ways for getting alerts:
  • Using the Trend Filter makes it possible to receive alerts via the “Buy (Overall Trend Shift)” and “Sell (Overall Trend Shift)” options. The Overall Trend Shifts are marked with small triangles on the chart.
  • Using the Alert Trigger makes it possible to receive alerts via the “Any alert() function call” option for all alerts. The user will get alerts for all completed sequences and/or interrupted sequences (after they were completed) on all set up timeframes. Completed sequences are labeled with the specific period on the chart. While the label can move to higher highs/lower lows within its period, an alert can only occur ones.
    For example, when using the Sequence Continuation option, the alert only occurs on the first possible candlestick when a sequence completes and only occurs again after an interruption of the sequence.
Skrypt open-source

Zgodnie z prawdziwym duchem TradingView, autor tego skryptu opublikował go jako open-source, aby traderzy mogli go zrozumieć i zweryfikować. Brawo dla autora! Możesz używać go za darmo, ale ponowne wykorzystanie tego kodu w publikacji jest regulowane przez Dobre Praktyki. Możesz go oznaczyć jako ulubione, aby użyć go na wykresie.

Wyłączenie odpowiedzialności

Informacje i publikacje przygotowane przez TradingView lub jego użytkowników, prezentowane na tej stronie, nie stanowią rekomendacji ani porad handlowych, inwestycyjnych i finansowych i nie powinny być w ten sposób traktowane ani wykorzystywane. Więcej informacji na ten temat znajdziesz w naszym Regulaminie.

Chcesz użyć tego skryptu na wykresie?