This script just shows a histogram of the daily range. You can change the interval to view the high/low range of any period, but I use it just to see what the day's range is and how it compares to prior days. Simple and straightforward.
Highlights which S&P SPDR Sector ETFs are at highs of day (green letter) or lows of day (red letter)
The first candle of the day is always all-green because by default the first candle of the day has the high of the day. So this indicator is more meaningful later in the day when sectors are making repeated highs/lows
Binque's Multi-Moving Average - One indicator with four simple moving average and four exponential moving averages, plus as a bonus a Day High moving average and a Day Low Moving Average.
Simple Moving Average or MA(14), MA(50), MA(100) and MA(200) all in one indicator
Exponential Moving Average or EMA(8), EMA(14), EMA(20) and EMA(33) all in one indicator
Simple code which will find and highlight big price movements in a small period of time. This price movements will usually have an opposite reaction of the same size.
Use this indicator under your own risk.
DayLow(x) tracks the days since a new low on a chart. I like to use this indicator to track trends up and down. I use a double DayLow indicator: DayLow(5) Red Line + DayLow(6) shaded red This is a short term indicator to let new know a stocks weakness early on the chart.
This script is intended do display High and Low values, alongside Highest and Lowest of an adjustable period
CMYK color theme applied.
Price color changes if EMA >< EMA
For those who use Line, Break, or Area Type Charts.
Usefull to quickly display proper levels for buying selling on minute-term trading
// The script is useful to inspect probability:
// If previous day closed at lowest price for several days
// how often next day would be red bar
// As one can see gray lines indicate bars with lowest close. If next bar is green, increment diff_hi, overwise increment diff_lo
// Probability is counted as diff_lo / (diff_hi+diff_lo)
// One can copy script and...
Confirmed highs when 1. it's higher than the 4 prior (lower) highs AND 2. higher than the 2 following (lower) highs.
Confirmed lows when 1. it's lower than the 4 prior (higher) lows AND 2. lower than the 2 following (higher) lows.