finndude19

Session Times

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Description:
This indicator simply when enabled will draw dashed lines at each of the session openings. This is based on UTC+1 Time. There will be lines at 00:00 & 08:00 (Asian Session), lines at 08:00 & 13:00 (London Session) and finally lines at 13:00 & 00:00 (New York Session).

Potential Use:
There are many ways you could use this indicator to benefit your trading, but the best way I find is that it makes it clear where the previous highs and lows are of a session, which are potential areas you could trade off. Obviously, there are many other ways you can use this to help you.

How The Script Works:
The way the script works isn't too complicated as it is only a short script. Simply it firstly calculates what are the weekdays (Whenever it isn't Saturday or Sunday). Then from there simply finds the times which I mentioned above, and adds a vertical dashed line there.

Future Updates:
In the future I will mainly be looking to make the indicator more customisable. Firstly, I will look to make it so that the user can adjust the times that the lines are drawn at so it still works wherever you are in the world. I would also like to make it so the user can choose the colour of the lines. If you have any other additions you would like added to this, then feel free to message me.
Informacje o Wersji:
Description:
This indicator simply when enabled will draw dashed lines at each of the session openings. This is based on UTC+1 Time. There will be lines at 00:00 & 08:00 (Asian Session), lines at 08:00 & 13:00 (London Session) and finally lines at 13:00 & 00:00 (New York Session).

Potential Use:
There are many ways you could use this indicator to benefit your trading, but the best way I find is that it makes it clear where the previous highs and lows are of a session, which are potential areas you could trade off. Obviously, there are many other ways you can use this to help you.

How The Script Works:
The way the script works isn't too complicated as it is only a short script. Simply, it firstly calculates what the weekdays are (Whenever it isn't Saturday or Sunday). Then from there simply finds the times that I mentioned above, and adds a vertical dashed line there.

Recent Updates:
  • Added the ability for the user to choose the colour of the lines

Future Updates:
In the future, I will mainly be looking to make the indicator more customisable. I will try to make it so that the user can adjust the times that the lines are drawn, so it still works wherever you are in the world. If you have any other additions you would like added to this, then feel free to message me.
Informacje o Wersji:
Description:
This indicator simply when enabled will draw dashed lines at each of the session openings. This is based on UTC+1 Time. There will be lines at 00:00 & 08:00 (Asian Session), lines at 08:00 & 13:00 (London Session) and finally lines at 13:00 & 00:00 (New York Session).

Potential Use:
There are many ways you could use this indicator to benefit your trading, but the best way I find is that it makes it clear where the previous highs and lows are of a session, which are potential areas you could trade off. Obviously, there are many other ways you can use this to help you.

How The Script Works:
The way the script works isn't too complicated as it is only a short script. Simply, it firstly calculates what the weekdays are (Whenever it isn't Saturday or Sunday). Then from there simply finds the times that I mentioned above, and adds a vertical dashed line there.

Recent Updates:
Adjusted the script so it only shows on Forex pairs. It should work for most pairs, but if there is one that it doesn't work for then let me know and I can add it.

Future Updates:
In the future, I will mainly be looking to make the indicator more customisable. I will try to make it so that the user can adjust the times that the lines are drawn, so it still works wherever you are in the world. If you have any other additions you would like added to this, then feel free to message me.
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