This indicator is basically just a back-testing tool. All it does is highlight the background of your charts with the specified color within the specified timezone.
This is useful particularly for back-testing purposes, such as testing a day-trading strategy within a particular period of the day or ignoring signals that fall within the given timeframe (which is...
Here is an example of a script showing a multi-time frame of TSI.
Chart below compares FX EURUSD Daily TSI to 1H TSI
Here is an updated version
study("True Strength Indicator MTF", shorttitle="TSI MTF")
resCustom = input(title="Timeframe", type=resolution, defval="60" )
long = input(title="Long Length", type=integer, defval=25)
short = input(title="Short...
Feel free to use this Multi Time Frame RSI indicator.
You can select up to 4 time frames.
You can plot either each of them or the average of all 4 or the faster 3.
Enjoy. Please leave a like if it is useful to you.
This EMA allows you to specify a time-frame for the price used to calculate the moving average. For example, you can create 1 hour EMAs on your 5 minute chart.
NOTE: This indicator only works on intraday charts. The time-frame specified for the indicator must be greater than or equal to the time-frame of the chart.
This is a custom High Time Frame indicator, originally created by JustUncleL. 💚
I have edited the Pine Script to allow a custom Time Period input. 💛
In the original version, you could only select from a few time periods as your High Time Frame. 💙
In this version you can put any time frame as your reference. 🧡
Example: 6-hour HTF or 2-Day HTF
At it again. This time I've added to the custom time frame indicator an inversion capability. This way you can look at the inverse price of custom time frames, again without having to go pro!
I use it too look at downtrends with the same bias as I do uptrends. Unfortunately usually to look at the inverse on timeframes anything other than the 1D chart you need a...
Provides Moving average of 200 and 50 at the specific timeframe regardless of what interval you're looking at.
Saving the need to change it manually each time you switch the interval.
In this chart, I am looking at 4H interval with EMA of 50/200 of daily timeframe.