Suggested useage: monthly index or asset class charts.
Traffic light colour system offers opinion on market risk.
Good for long term timing / hedging & allocation adjustment
with hat tip to William Blau !
C320up Strategy Tester Start Time
This is a little snippet you can paste into your Strategy to set the testing start date and time.
It is not a Strategy per se, though is an example with the timestamp script included.
Instructions are fairly straight forward, and are listed in the script.
If for some reason you also wanted an end date, that too is possible....
I was asked to share my experimental Renko intraday wave time. So here it is warts and all. The same for the rest - except the Weis cumulative volume.
Renko wave time is in minutes. This script is strictly intraday and has not been played with extensively.
You must use traditional Renko and set the script wave size to the same size as the Renko brick size.
Provides Moving average of 200 and 50 at the specific timeframe regardless of what interval you're looking at.
Saving the need to change it manually each time you switch the interval.
In this chart, I am looking at 4H interval with EMA of 50/200 of daily timeframe.
Feel free to use this Multi Time Frame RSI indicator.
You can select up to 4 time frames.
You can plot either each of them or the average of all 4 or the faster 3.
Enjoy. Please leave a like if it is useful to you.
Simple time indicator showing weeks of the year. Acts to help you define the greater perspective of time on your charts. You can overlay it on the entire chart or use it small and consolidated like I prefer it.
Easiest to configure colors in the script itself and then leave transparency values untouched:
q1w1 = the first week of the first quarter of the year (1st...
study("Forex Sessions", shorttitle="SessionsFX", overlay=true)
t1 = time(period, "0700-1600")
t2 = time(period, "0200-1100")
t3 = time(period, "1800-0300")
t4 = time(period, "1600-0100")
NewYork = na(t1) ? na : green
London = na(t2) ? na : red
Tokyo = na(t3) ? na : blue
Sydney = na(t4) ? na : aqua
//white silver gray maroon red purple fuchsia...