Supply and Demand - Order Block - Energy Candles
An experimental script, designed as a visual aid, to highlight the last up or down candle before a fractal break. We can assume these candles where the point of origin that generated enough strength to break recent structure. By using them as reference points, traders are expected to follow their...
This is a modification of a script by RobMinty, "FXN - Asian Session Range" The script provides functionality to track specific trading sessions based on user preference rather than just the market sessions open and close. The idea is to help you hold yourself accountable to your specific trading times as well as backtest various marketing timings suitable to your...
The new and improved Support & Resistance Zones indicator is here. This indicator is based on high volume at fractal lows or fractal highs with the zones based on the size of the wick for that timeframe’s candle.
This helps traders visualize which price levels are of the most significance for either reversals or continuation of the trend when zones are broken and...
First off, a huge thank you to the following people:
This is the...
Demand & Supply Zones
This indicator helps to identify large moves driven by institutions.
What qualifies as a zone?
If the price moves (open to close) by more than a certain % in one candle or in a bullish / bearish run of candles, the zone is marked as a Demand or Supply zone .
0.8% is good for Crypto and Forex might be better with 0.4%. Play around with the...
A follower of mine asked me if I could make a version of my www.tradingview.com script using the MACD. Well it just so happens I was making a few modifications to my MACD script: just as this question came up so I went ahead and threw this together.
The MACD that triggers the SR zones is pictured below, with key trigger points encircled to illustrate how it works.
once again, I want to show you a different method for detecting support and resistance level. Today's approach is similar to the one I posted recently, but the way the level will be detected is different. I call it the multi-timeframe standard deviation level.
How does it work?
The method is similar to the way Bollinger Bands work. First, the...
Lines plotted for the Low and High of the region of price that was Overbought or Oversold
(Low of the candle that became overbought and highest high in the Overbought period)
(High of the candle that became oversold and highest high in the Oversold period)
I like to use the dotted lines as pivot points for the reversal of the trend, and also pay attention to...
I got a question if it would be possible to Automatically draw S/R levels based on Volume rather than RSI as I had earlier done in this script;
Well it certainly is and it looks as though it might even be tradeable.
The indicator compares the size of volume bars so that if there is a noticeable increase in volume (noticeable here meaning above the indicator...
The Stablecoin Supply Ratio (SSR) is the ratio between Bitcoin supply and the supply of stablecoins, denominated in BTC.
When the SSR is low, the current stablecoin supply has more "buying power" to purchase BTC. It serves as a proxy for the supply/demand mechanics between BTC and USD.
The idea here is to input the appropriate benchmark tickerid to the asset class you're trading and to paint zones according to the price activity of the selected tickerid. This works very well trying to paint meaningful zones against noisy stocks, currencies, commodities etc. Use a correlation coefficient to determine the best benchmark for your asset class.
this indicator detects support and resistance level based on the number of times a level got tested in a certain range.
How does it work?
In the user input settings, you will be able to choose between two modes "Tested Level" and "Untested Level".
"Tested Level" will be detected by the number of times a certain low or high got tested in the...
Given the positive feedback received on the first Dynamic Support/Resistance script, I've decided to rewrite it on Pine Script v5 and publish it with open source code.
The main Divina area (box) is derived from change in price and volume, while the other support and resistance levels are based on the golden ratio (Divina proportione) or Fibonacci numbers.