This script is an extension and modification of a popular BackGround color script.
1. Style and programming standards to make is easier to read and modify
2. broke out Asia to Sydney and Tokyo Sessions
3. added override to show ICT Kill zones for London and New York
4. Made all this configurable via settings Menu
watch this space as I intend to do...
High & Low Of Custom Session - OpeningRange Breakout (Expo) prints the high and the low of a custom session.
I use the indicator to trade the re-test of opening range (high/low) as well as breakouts from the opening range. The same logic can be applied to the session you have chosen.
HOW TO USE
1. Use the indicator to trade the re-tests of the session...
Adjusted for Crypto 24/7 markets
Adjusted for UTC
i have hidden the asian open range and daily bars on my charts , you can choose to have them on
Less screen clutter
London Open 8:00 - 4:30 - Killzone 7:00 - 9:00
NewYork Open 9:30 - 4:00 Killzone 8:00 - 10:00
Shanghai open 9:15 Killzone 8:00 - 10:00
NOT MY ORIGINAL SCRIPT. JUST MODIFIED VERSION
this scripts prints the high and low as well as the moving average of a user-defined session.
How does it work?
Basically, as soon as we are in the session range, the indicator will constantly keep track of the high and the low of this range. It also prints the moving average, which can either be a floating or a static line, that represents the...
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 contains the following indicators included by other creators, adapted for my way of trading cryptocurrencies, forex and gold.
2. Simple Moving Average.
3. Simple Moving Average Cross.
- Creator: sherwind.
- Default parameters: default ichimoku (9,26,52).
This script shows the London and NY Sessions on your chart. Decided to publish it on demand for user yuan642 :D. Maybe other users may find it helpful.
Looking back on charts it can help to spot certain moves or patterns around certain Session open when high volumes enter the markets.
EXPERIMENTAL: use at your own discretion.
custom session breakout strategy, it uses a percentage of daily atr to set breakout limits. strategy only viable for intraday timeframes and is suggested under 1hour.
Simple Sessions separator for Forex Traders.
Originally created by ChrisMoody, Edited by Me.
Adjusting the time/color is very easy, but default is EST and should work out of the box.
Hope this helps some people.
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...
This is an revised Open Public version of Vdub Bollinger Band %B reversal indicator. This version includes optional Divergence Finder with selectable channel width, optional Market Session time highlighting and optional Binary Option expiry markers.
Some users asked in PM about a script that highlights the start of the week. Consequently, I decided to publish it open for anyone finding it useful.
Furthermore, I will update the script soon with more useful features and customisation options.
This script visualizes the different time sessions during the day.
The time ranges are set to the default Frankfurt, London, NY, Sydney and Tokyo, but can be
freely modified and turned off (I personally use to display only Tokyo and NY).
If you are a day trader, e.g. you trade with the Market Makers, this tool is a "must have".
It also displays the day of the...
This indicator marks the start of each trading session around the world, starting with Tokyo at 0am UTC, London at 7am UTC, NY at 12pm and Sydney at 9pm, is non-intrusive (light gray vertical lines) and works with both UTC and exchanges' local time and handles DST / timezone offsets as well.
You can easily see that sometimes it acts as pivot-point especially on...