This screener tracks the following for up to 40 assets:
Days since ATH
Percentage drop from ATH
Bounce off the low after ATH
Thanks to @QuantNomad and @MUQWISHI for building the base for this screener. I only adjusted it to show different data.
As you probably know in TradingView there is a limit of 40 instruments in one custom screener.
I created a script that will allow you to scan more symbols.
The idea of it is pretty simple. You have to add a screener a few times on your screen with a different set of symbols. Then select column width (as % of your chart width) and # of the screener right to left....
It's a pretty simple example of a nice custom screener you can run for multiple timeframes. This is an RSI screener, but you can easily change the function for your own Indicator.
Last value of the instrument
RSI value for up to 10 instruments / 4 timeframes.
In Parameters you can change:
A screener for multiple indicators with nice table output.
I was asked many times to update custom screener to display results in a table form. This way it looks much better.
You can play with background colors depend on values you're looking for.
In the screener, for example, I'm highlighting overbought/oversold RSI values, big ADX levels and trend of the...
This is a multi-timeframe screener with alerts. Use this way you can create a screener on indicators using 2 or more timeframes.
In TradingView there is a limit of 40 security function calls. Every timeframe requires another security call so you can screen fewer symbols with any additional timeframe.
In this example, I use 2 timeframes, so the maximum amount of...
I already published few version of my custom screeners. Unfortunately, because of TradingView's security function call limit you can't use more than 40 stocks in 1 screener.
Fortunately, you can compute multiple values in your function and screen few indicators at once.
In this script I show how you can compute 5 indicators at the same time for 40 instruments. I...
Some time ago I published an example of simple custom screener in PineScript:
The only thing this screener did is created a dynamic label with screener output.
Recently TradingView announced alerts from the strategy with the possibility to add custom messages to alerts.
So using it I was able to create a bit more advanced screener which sends results as...
TradingView just recently announced the alert() function that allows you to create dynamic alerts from both strategies and studies.
So I decided to update custom screener I published before. It was based on alerts from orders in strategies, that was the only way to create dynamic alerts in PineScript at that point.
With the alert() function code become cleaner...