Simple Session timer with separate session for Asia, Europe, and the Americas plus an extra custom session timer. each can be turned on and off separately.
The indicator also plots the highs and lows of each session.
This code was modified from the Session timer code found in the original "The Arty" by PheonixBinary but expanded to better include all trading...
ICT Killzone Sessions Boxes & Deviations is a convenience indicator that marks out past and future ICT killzones for Asia, London, and New York, London Close and CBDR.
The boxes highlights the highest and lowest candle opens of that session/killzone, which is what the deviations are based on. Two lines mark out the highest high and lowest low of that session....
It’s no secret that trading sessions play a massive role in market movement and liquidity. We can clearly see in the image about how important identifying international trading hours are for a trader.
The Asian session starts around 1am GMT and often has a bearish bias through this session lasting for a few hours, after which Frankfurt and London...
This indicator shows 14-days moving average of daily rate of change (momentum, acceleration), in other words:
- up trends means that virus accelerates at the rate displayed on the right scale
- consolidation/horizontal movement - virus spreads at constant rate
- down trend - virus looses momentum IMPORTANT: the virus STILL accelerates but at a lower rate
New daily infections (daily change) of COVID-19.
The chart shows new daily cases across the entire planet, the US, EU (de+fr+it+es only) and a small country (RO) that does not matter to anybody but me. You can show/hide different country in Settings.
Select "COVID-19: CONFIRMED" data in main chart and add the indicator.
Kill zones are really liquidity events. Many different market participants often come together and act around these events. The activity itself may be event driven (margin calls or options exercise related activity), portfolio management driven (buy-on-close and asset allocation rebalancing orders) or institutionally driven (larger players needing...