What you get is 6 rows (if you want them all) of labels that hover at the top of your screen with a ton of extremely useful information. I will go down the list of options in the indicator settings and explain how it all works.
So the label placement is based on ATR. You choose your X Axis and Y Axis starting point then adjust the lookback period. Default lookback is 600 bars. What that means is, the indicator finds the highest high in the last 600 bars, then begins to place the labels above that zone based on the ATR of the chart. Different timeframes require very different combinations so it's all customizable. Sometimes if labels overlap you need to adjust the X Axis starting point, or the spread on either axis.
The next set of options allows you to decide what you'd prefer to be set on or off. Let's start with ATR and . I have added bands for both of these. When price is below the mean (which is the 21 by default), then the labels show you the next 5 standard deviations of ATR going down. When under one of these levels the label turns red. The opposite is true when above the mean and in those instances the labels will be green. It is the same with the , though instead of using the mean we use the daily as the starting point. If you choose to have levels switched on then you can see the actual values of each standard deviation level. Down lower in the options you can change the resolution and source used for .
The next option is "Trending". This creates a moving average using the length of the Trending Lookback Period (default is 5) and then tells you using arrows in the label which direction the trend of the indicator is going.
The next area let's you specify the information you receive in the Squeeze labels. By default all options are one - and this tells you if there's a Squeeze, what type of Squeeze there is, and how many bars the Squeeze has been building up or since it fired. These labels are color coded to correspond with the Squeeze type as well.
Then we get to another one of my indicators, the Ballista. One of the main signals is the "Inverted Squeeze" where the short term momentum inverts against the long term momentum. Here I have the distance between the two oscillators in the first label, and then the second label tells you if there's an Inverted Squeeze signal, if there's potential entry, confirmed entry, or how many bars its been since the last entry signal.
The next feature is off by default, but it will add arrows to your chart based on a simple lower highs and higher lows signals. Turning arrows on will place them right on your chart above or below each bar.
The rest of it is customizable settings of all the other indicators that are shown. Now looking at the labels themselves, starting in the top left corner:
+ DMI: These labels show the , DI+, & DI- values in each label. Whenever the DI+ or DI- is above the other then their respective label will light up. Also, when the is above 20 (confirming the trend) it lights up in the same color as well.
Squeeze: I described how this worked above, the labels tell you if there's a Squeeze, how long there's been one, and how long since it fired, all while also changing to color of the associated Squeeze type.
Second Row -
Stacked EMAs: The top label looks at the values using the numbers of the Fibonacci sequence. It looks at the 8, 21, 34, 55, 89, & 233 and tells you if they're all stacked in the same direction (Stacked Bear meaning they're all crossed down in order, Stacked Bull meaning they're all crossed up in order). If the EMAs are all stacked but 1 or 2 it will say Stacked -1 or Stacked -2. When they're all over the place it will say they aren't stacked at all.
BB%: This tells you the value of the %. If this is negative then you know that price is currently below the lower , and if it is above 100% it is above the upper .
RSI: This tells you the value of the and the label changes colors based on the value.
Stoch: This tells you the value and changes colors based on the value, same as the .
Third Row -
The Mean: This tells you the numerical value of whatever you have the mean set as (21 by default). The label changes colors based on price being above or below the mean.
One ATR: This was something I added for those looking to plan their trades out. This tells you the value of one ATR so you can have a better idea of how to plan your trades based on this distance.
VIX: This tells you the current value of the , and color changes based on being green or red on the day.
Ballista: I explained this above, it tells you the distance between the two oscillators and changes colors based on the trend being above or below 0. When there's an Inverted Squeeze this label is gray.
Inverted Squeeze: This label tells you if there's an inverted squeeze as well as if it is showing an entry or how many bars since the last entry signal. This label turns fuchsia on a bear signal and lime on a bull signal.
Fourth Row -
ATR Bands: As I explained above, this plots each standard deviation using ATR and changes colors based on price's relationship to each one.
Fifth Row -
VWAP: The three labels here show the daily, weekly, and monthly values, and color changes based on price's relationship to each one.
Sixth Row -
Bands: These are the standard deviation levels of the resolution of your choosing (as explained above), and just as the others, colors change based on price's relationship to each one.
I thought this was a really cool indicator that could be used for people like me who like knowing the right information, but HATE having their charts clustered with a ton of stuff. Hope you all like it, enjoy!
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