Simple code which will find and highlight big price movements in a small period of time. This price movements will usually have an opposite reaction of the same size.
Use this indicator under your own risk.
Volume Based Coloured Bars:
Most of the time traders are confused about if the price movements were supported by VOLUME .
This indicator colors the bars into volume weighted signals...
When prices go down bars are red and contraversely when up, bars are green. Additionally we have two more colors for each
PRICE BARS ARE:
DARK RED when prices go...
A partial implementation of Bollinger Bars, as developed by John Bollinger.
This seems to be as close as one can get to true Bollinger Bars with TradingView's current implementation of the Pine language.
It may be possible to complete one day.
Bill William Bull/Bear divergent bars
See: Book, Trading Chaos by Bill Williams
Coded by polyclick
A bullish (green) divergent bar, signals a trend switch from bear -> bull
-> The current bar has a lower low than the previous bar, but closes in the upper half of the candle.
-> This means the bulls are pushing from below and are trying to take over,...
B3 Buyer-Seller Breakouts = If a bar is showing that it is moving in a direction with highs lows and close, all of which are >respectively< moving against the open from the bar before, then it prints indicating buyers or sellers bringing momentum. The arrows and cloud carry into the next bar to give lots of awareness of the micro-term momentum. The cloud...
Squat bars are a battle of the bulls and the bears, with lots of buying and selling but little price movement.
A squat bar will be one of the top three OR bottom three bars 85% of the time at the end of a trend.
While all trends end with a squat, all squats are NOT the end of a trend.
The Two Versions of this Indicator I learned from Two Famous and Highly Successful Traders. This Indicator shows With No Lag Clear Up and Down Trends in Market by Documenting Clearly If Bulls or Bears are in Control. The Version In SubChart 1 Shows Consecutive Closes if the Current Close is Greater than of Less than the Midpoint of the Previous Bar (Why Midpoint...