Table of monthly % changes in Average Price over the last 10 years (or the 10 yrs prior to input year).
Useful for gauging seasonal tendencies of an asset; backtesting monthly volatility and bullish/bearish tendency.
Choose measure of average: sma(close), sma(ohlc4), vwap(close), vwma(close).
Show last 10yrs, with 10yr average % change, or to just...
Calculates 10yr, 20yr and 30yr averages for month/month % change
~shows seasonal tendencies in assets (best in commodities). In above chart: August is a seasonally bullish month for Gold: All the averages agree. And January is the most seasonally bullish month.
~averages represent current month/previous month. i.e. Jan22 average % change represents whole of jan22...
This script will show monthly, weekly and daily (with or without pre market) levels on your intraday chart. You can chose what values of the corresponding candles (high, low, close) should be included.
Please consider following limitations:
1. Maximum of 500 drawing objects per chart
To make sure the most relevant levels are shown, values are sorted based on the...
This indicator plots breaks for multiple timeframes. Works on Daily to Yearly timeframes.
Currently supported timeframes :
It currently plots all breaks together. From Indicator settings hide what you don't need and save as default settings.
This indicator shows how to Multi Time Frame (MTF) interpret levels:
Watch how price acts around these levels and how they can act as support/resistance and can be used as great confluence levels for your technical analysis.
This indicator displays:
Daily / Weekly / Monthly / Yearly
Within the chart above I have marked out how displaying these...
This indicator plots the 4h, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly Open High, Low and Mids.
You can watch how these institutional trading levels work as support and resistance.
Most Important you can add alerts to these levels with a few clicks.
Just add/remove unnecessary levels for scaling problems.
For any error/suggestion/improvement just let me know.
This indicator automatically plots the chosen timeframe's high, low, mid point and open. These levels on higher timeframes act as support and resistance levels on lower timeframes, helping find entries, stoploss and profit targets.
Most common timeframes to choose are Daily, 1W, 1M, and 3M. Other timeframes that are good include, 2D, 2W and 2M.
For example, you...
I'm not 100% satisfied with the strategy performance output I receive from TradingView. Quite often I want to see something that is not available by default. I usually export raw trades/metrics from TradingView and then do additional analysis manually.
But with tables, you can build additional metrics and tools for your strategies quite easily.
This script will...
User request for Naked Daily Weekly Monthly Opens.
This indicator plots the Daily Weekly Opens (the day after day after creation), they then will stay on the chart until a candle close is completed on the other side of the plot.
In the above chart picture you can see how previous monthly and daily opens have acted as support and resistance.
I keep working on trying to make TradingView strategies look fancier.
A few months ago I published the first version of the Monthly Returns for Strategies in Pine Script. I received quite a lot of good feedback and quite a lot of requests to update it.
This is a more advanced version of the Monthly Returns, in it, you can:
Display monthly returns of your...
I wrote this for the purpose of saving time while marking up charts by automating the process of drawing and labeling lines at areas of interest on larger
timeframes while still having the option to change the style and size of the lines and labels to adjust for any timeframe and avoid a messy chart.
I also used this as an exercise in menu organization...
// How it Works \\
Calculating Previous Days, Weeks and Monthly open, high, low, close and vwaps
Plots these levels on your chart
// Settings \\
You can enable/disable any of the levels you want to see
You can also change the amount of bars back the levels are plotted back to
// Use Case \\
These levels are often used in different methods of Technical analysis...
Inspired by @LazyBear's/@timwest's script:
Usage: support and resistance levels based on averaging price around earnings and quarterly opens.
What it is plotting:
1. A horizontal level whenever earnings occur. If actual earnings is higher than estimated, the line turns green, else red.
2. A horizontal level every quarterly open, colored black.
Just a simple support/resistance indicator that display weekly/monthly close price and it is configurable to work in two modes:
tracking mode - to display last week/month's close
history mode - to display weekly/monthly close prices
See how last month's close (ticker blue line) provides nice resistance and the price forms a double top then it...