This script marks important seasonal dates with a vertical line that Gann used to watch for Trend changes.
And 50% Levels - Minor seasonal dates.
In the settings you can change line colors and toggle the Offset. Offset is the way the script draws lines to show...
ATR+ Advanced Sessions ATR for Daterange
The ATR+ adds the following additional filters to the stock ATR indicator by Tradingview:
- Calculates the overall average ATR for a user defined daterange, optionally filtered by trading session and selected weekdays, presented as a secondary line over the standard ATR line.
- Basic ATR line, with colour highlight to...
Example how to automatically set the date range window to be backtested from X days or weeks ago to present. Additional options are also included to manually set the date range or to show entire range available.
Normally when you change chart period it changes the number of days being backtested, which means as you increase the chart period (for example from 5min...
Example how to backtest specific date(s) which can be useful for testing seasonality strategy ideas such as "Sell in May", etc.
If using Daily period with wild card dates it will not trade on 1st day of month. If market is closed will trade on next open day.
Works only with Daily or lower timeframes. When using on Daily timeframe set dates 1 day earlier to...
Implements and backtests a simple 200 day moving average trend following rules based on last day of month to limits trades to 12 per year.
From the book : 5 BEST Moving Average Strategies (That beat buy and hold) by Steve Burns and Holly Burns
Click on the cog to set the input date range eg; 2000-01-01 to 2016-12-31
The book back tested SP500 returns from...
This very simple script adds a corridor for two low price ranges, where Corona started to hit. Useful to visualize where a stock currently trades at, relative to the Corona / Covid-19 crisis.
Can easily be adjusted for different dates regarding any major events, crashes. Useful when you run out of Alarms and just want to see "is that still below or above where it...