This indicator plots MAs and paints Triggered Alert Arrows base on Flying Buddha candle patterns.
The “Flying Buddha” Pattern is defined as:
A candlestick chart with two moving averages: the 5 period exponential moving average (fast EMA) and the 10 period simple moving average (slow SMA),...
My first script to identify pin bars with a predefined rules, any feedbacks are welcome.
1. Body of the candle should be above the 50% of the day's price range
2. Either the open or the close should be above the 30% of the day's price range
if both the above conditions are met then a bullish arrow is produced with "B".
This Script plots Two important Price Action Signals
1) Pinbars (Body of Candle should be Above 40.5% of Range for Bullish Pinbars AND Below 40.5% of entire Range to make a Bearish Candle)
2) Inside Bars (Upto 4 Inside Bars)
This Indicator only evaluates up to last 20 candles as more indicators clutter the chart
In Future Versions, I shall add more...
Find command entry point very reasonable
You will be surprised about it and bring high benefits
The version is only released for users using individuals or organizations, not allowed to reproduce for commercial purposes.
copyright belongs to Mr@F.
Pin bar- Trading RoadMap
Simple Script to show
Up Pin Bar = Yellow
Down Pin Bar = Black
The Pin Bar Criteria:
- The Shadow ≥ 2 X Body
- Open And Close In The Top 33%
Have a peaceful and profitable trading day 😊
(Made on XBT/USD 4h Bitmex)
This strategy is a first attempt to countertrade the false break of a key support/resistance.
If a candle breaks the level, but it comes back before close, it will trigger an order.
The Stop Loss is in %, the Take Profit is near the EMA.
There is a "volatility filter" to block orders when the price is near the EMA and a coefficient to...
The term 'Pin Bar' actually comes from Pinocchio bar, rather than the fact it looks like a pin. If you look from above at that lying motherf*cker Pinocchio's head his nose sticks right out. This finds that kind of price action, so there aren't that many signals but the ones that you see are strong and actionable. In my opinion this is the way signals should work....