Midnight Open shows opening price of the first candle after New York Midnight.
According to ICT, this is what IBPDA - Inter Bank Price Delivery Algorithm - sees as a true market opening and we should aim for shorts above it (sell for premium) and longs below it (buy at discount).
This is my quality of life indicator for forex trading using the methods and concepts of ICT.
The idea is to automate marking up important price levels and times of the day instead of doing it manually every day.
Marks the most volatile times of the day on the chart, during which the intraday high/low usually takes place.
This indicator was initially Created by @BryceWH.
Modification by @leonsholo
The indicator uses New York Time
I modified it to match my own criteria which includes:
- I adjusted the time zones.
- Added tags to the settings to make it easy to know which kill zones you are toggling on or off.
- Added the Asia session
- Added the London Close session
This script automatically calculates and updates ICT's daily IPDA look back time intervals and their respective discount / equilibrium / premium, so you don't have to :)
IPDA stands for Interbank Price Delivery Algorithm. Said algorithm appears to be referencing the past 20, 40, and 60 days intervals as points of reference to define ranges and related PD...
Did you know there is a simple line you can place on your chart to immediately make the weeks price action more understandable? Its called the Weekly Open Line. And its the opening price of the trading week. It was created by The Inner Circle Trader (ICT) and incorporates another one of his concepts called Power 3.
The Weekly Power 3 indicator takes the idea of...
Successor to Futures Exchange Sessions indicator. Completely rebuilt code from the ground up. Every feature has been redesigned and refactored to be the most beneficial while allowing for complete configuration by the user.
This indicator displays Futures Sessions as live boxes that expand dynamically as price moves over the time interval. These...
Pretty self explanatory, this indicator tracks todays current range as a % of the 5 Day ADR.
This is most useful for finding entries and looking for exits intraday, ie: how much hypothetical room is there for a trade to run? looking for entries in yellow and orange zones, exiting in blue once the ADR is reached etc.
Reset variable should be used for the end of...
This indicator draws a dynamic "Open High Low Close" type visual on intraday charts so the trader can easily keep track of the daily/weekly movement. This indicator was inspired by the Inner Circle Trader’s (ICT) “Power 3” concept, which is Accumulation, Manipulation, and Distribution of price on a daily timeframe.
This indicator plots the...
ICT Time Ranges is a concept around the fact that price likes to show volatility spikes in certain times of the day.
Although there are many other scripts such as that revolve around this concept, the difference between this one and some of the others out there is the fact that this code specifically focuses on the ranges like New York, London, Asia, and ICTs...
Market protraction, as defined by ICT, is a time-specific reoccurring impulse move in forex markets. It is designed for market manipulation and will go in the opposite direction of the following trend.
My indicator will add a shape above/below the candle if it fits the time criteria.
I recommend to watch: ICT Mentorship Core Content - Month 1 - Impulse Price...
New ICT student here, decided to compile the daily schedule and salient levels for London and New York index sessions into one place to aid my learning – thought others might benefit from this too :)
The script works with whatever timezone setting, however make sure to change your timezone to New York time if you want to have the proper time-price alignment (I...
This is a simple script that plots horizontal grid on your chart using .x000 .x200 .x500 .x800 levels. Mike mentioned these levels in one of his videos.
Fences is only a semi-automatic indicator. You have to input the central point AND number of decimals yourself.
• Decimals are set to 3 but JPY pairs need it to be 1.
• Anchor point is the nearest level ending...