This is the script for the idea published by @ChrisMoody
Below is the link to the idea
Try the scripts for longer periods (e.g. 1 D).
The script still requires some tweaks as one of the issue is that the shorts and puts are being placed 2 candles after a...
Mashed together the ema-bands from IvanLabrie with some moving average script stuff from ChrisMoody and LazyBear and this is the result. Credit goes to them, 'cause I don't know to how to code tbh. Just copy/pasted stuff untill I got the result I wanted.
Bands work as support/resistance among other things. You can use them to trade breakouts or reversals or...
Designed for shorted time frames.
Bollinger bands based off of TEMA as source.
Ribbon based off TEMA and hullMA divergence.
RMA used to signal Bollinger bands.
pinch -> reversal
blue -> sign of possible uptrend
red -> sign of possible downtrend
Bollinger bands background:
blue -> sign of continuing uptrend
red -> sign of continuing downtrend
One stop shop for multiple MA duplicates over different resolutions.
A veritable banquet of MA's to choose from.
Set up you MA variables, and then plot up to 4 duplicates all using different time frames.
This type of moving average was originally developed by Dennis McNicholl (Futures Magazine, (October, 1998): "Better Bollinger Bands"). A kind of TEMA. He used it as a centerline of the new bands, called Better Bollinger Bands or DEnvelope. The Better Bollinger Bands is a modification of the well-known Bollinger Bands that has a better response for changes in volatility.
A veritable banquet of MA basis calculations to choose from.
3 separate sets of bands to tinker with.
Optional toggle-able time resolution.
Optional breakout shapes with their own separate multiplier.
A fart, some love and kisses. ...and I may have dribbled a bit. Sorry.
Go on. Have a tinker. You know you want to.
This script is a crossing of eleven different MA, with alerts and SL and TP.
The simplest is what works best.
SMA --> Simple
EMA --> Exponential
WMA --> Weighted
VWMA --> Volume Weighted
SMMA --> Smoothed
DEMA --> Double Exponential
TEMA --> Triple Exponential
HMA --> Hull
TMA --> Triangular
SSMA --> SuperSmoother filter
ZEMA --> Zero Lag Exponential
This type of moving average was originally developed by Bruno Pio in 2010. I just ported the original code from MetaTrader 5. The method uses a linear combination of EMA cascades to achieve better smoothness. Well, actually you can create your own X-uple EMA, but be sure that the combination' coefficients are valid.
I have added an option to turn on or off any Moving average by choice and if needed, Heikin-ashi used as source (instead of close)
List of Moving Averages which you can use
T3 - Tillson Moving Average
DEMA - Double Exponential Moving Average
ALMA - Arnaud Legoux moving average
LSMA - Least Squares Moving Average
MA - Simple Moving Average
EMA - Exponential...