The relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum indicator that measures the magnitude of recent price changes to evaluate overbought or oversold conditions. RSI is normally displayed as an oscillator separately from price and can have a reading from 0 to 100. This indicator takes the RSI and plots the 30 & 70 levels onto the price chart so you can see when price...
The RSI is a very popular indicator that follows price activity.
It calculates an average of the positive net changes, and an average
of the negative net changes in the most recent bars, and it determines
the ratio between these averages. The result is expressed as a number
between 0 and 100. Commonly it is said that if the RSI has a low value,
for example, 30 or...
This indicator uses the principle of taking the RSI of DPO readings across multiple time frames in order to provide trade signals and an overarching view of market conditions to the trader. My hope with creating this indicator was to present more divergence based signals than your typical indicator, while still keeping those signals at a high quality.
Up to 3 MA's can be applied at the users discretion
Choose between 10 different average types including favorites from the Bjorgum series from HEMA to Reversal T3's
Each MA can be independently set
Go Multi-timeframe! Any MA can be set to any timeframe of reference you choose (ex. using 3 different timeframes of...
At its core, this indicator is a variation of my other indicator, Welkin Advanced Volume Overlay (for VSA )
This version is based on the power of multi-timeframe analysis. The basic functionality is simple: Plot lines from the high and low of candles formed during periods of high volume and fill the space between them. The volume levels for deciding what counts...
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New _CM_MacD_Ult_MTF _V2 Update 07-28-2021
Thanks to @SKTennis for help in Updating code to V2
Added Groups to Settings Pane.
Added Color Plots to Settings...
This is a follow on to my Multi-Timeframe RSI indicator . In that indicator, you could keep an eye on RSI values above your current time frame. This one allows you to look at RSI levels below your current timeframe. The idea behind this one is you may want to "buy the dip," so you can look for oversold conditions on lower time frames expecting a bounce to...
Available Options on Inputs Tab!!!
RSI with ability to change first RSI to a different Time Frame.(Defaults To Current Chart Time Frame).
Ability To Turn On/Off Background Highlighting if First RSI is Above/Below 70 or 30 Lines.
Ability To Turn On/Off Background Highlighting When First RSI Crosses Above 30 Or Below 70.
Ability To Turn On/Off "B" Or "S" When...
Pivots detected at higher timeframes are more significant because more market activity—or work—is required to produce them. This indicator displays pivots calculated on the higher timeframe of your choice.
► Timeframe selection
— The higher timeframe (HTF) can be selected in 3 different ways:
• By steps (15 min., 60 min., 4H, 1D, 3D, 1W, 1M, 1Y). This...
This script is a mixture of my two previous scripts "True Strong Classical Support/Resistance Levels" and "Hidden Supports & Resistances + Round Levels". This combination brings on better identification of the most efficient support/resistance levels.
Note that "Hidden SnR Levels" part of the code is only expected to work on Forex charts, but apart from that, the...
Multi Timeframe TD sequential
- Above candles: The sequential for the time frame you're currently on.
- Below the price: Daily sequential no matter what time frame you're on
- Below price in a label: Weekly sequential no matter what price you're on. (This only shows 7, 8 & 9's not not clutter the chart too much)
- (For a green count) The numbers increase from...
This is a simple multi-resolution (multi-timeframe) RSI indicator that overlays the current chart to show labels for specified oversold and overbought areas defined with inputs.
Up to 4 different resolutions/timeframes for their respective RSI (1,2,3, or 4). RSI1 is always enabled and can not be disabled.
Red labels with white text represent overbought RSI...
Why use CLAM?
Because candle length may be difficult to discern in fast, choppy markets. CLAM plots current price activity against previous trends. The calculation is similar to Know Sure Thing (KST) without the lag. CLAM uses Triple EMAs (TEMA) instead of Simple Moving Averages (SMAs), and raw open - close instead of clunky Rate of Change (ROC). CLAM...
This is a Multi Timeframe Moving Average Collection (Swing Edition).
Why use it?
- Spot cluster of MAs on one chart
- See support and resistance
- Spot "freefall zones"
In the default settings you will get:
20, 100 and 200 MA of the 1D, W, and the W chart.
The color indicates significance!
From weaker to stronger support/resistance:...