7 hours ago
Hello friends. This is simply a moving average ribbon, per se. The values for the colored ribbon can have their length calculated to fit their chosen resolution on the current one. This solved problems for me, but it was my own solution. Maybe I'll learn something new from sharing this.
To everybody else who is learning as well, this script...
Visual RSI offers a different way of looking at RSI by providing a composite representation of 9 different RSI-generated components. Instead of focusing on one line only, this approach blends multiple sources to provide the viewer with a larger context RSI-based picture.
For those who don’t want to read
• Green in bullish (>50) zone is the most bullish.
This script will give you red/green columns to indicate if price is above or below a certain EMA. With Candlestick charting, we are looking for price in relation to the 8 ema Trigger Line (T-Line). You can adjust this indicator to fit your need. Simple, but nice to quickly see.
Oops. Last line's title should be "Sell". Doesn't affect display though.
This indicator evaluates the trend based on crosses of two McGinley moving averages. It paints candles accordingly (it does not repaint), so you can see what the indicator is saying more clearly and stay in your trade until you see a period of consolidation or a reversal. You can control how far away those moving averages need to be for you to consider it a trend....
I don't expect to iterate any further on this script, unless any weird issue crops up.
Description and usage detailed in the comments at the top of the script. Cheers!
To repaint or not to repaint, all the relevant sources are exposed as inputs for customisation - so the choice is yours.
7 different types of moving averages (5 different lengths of each) compared to a base moving average. Base moving average can be configured to be a slew of different types of moving averages (credit to @mortdiggiddy for the code) and have a custom length.
Red = base moving average is over other moving average (bearish)
Green = base moving average is under other...
Finally, another gadget for the cooltoyz series :)
this is a simple tool to allow vizualizing bollinger bands with several values/levels. usually boll bands have the levels at 1.5, 2, 3, for multiplier of standadrd deviations. but, just changing those values, we can apply fibbonnaci levels to the bands.
The inputs on this indicator come with fib levels by...