This indicator splits the candle time into 30 units to indicate where the price was at each time.
In the case of a 1-hour time zone, 60 minutes / 30 = 2 minutes, so this display the location of the price every 2 minutes.
In case of 1 minute time zone, it is displayed every 2 seconds.
If a transaction does not occur, the display may be omitted.
True Strength Indicator (TSI) + Realtime Divergences + Alerts + Lookback periods.
This version of the True Strength Indicator adds the following 5 additional features to the stock TSI by Tradingview:
- Optional divergence lines drawn directly onto the oscillator in realtime.
- Configurable alerts to notify you when divergences occur, as well as when the TSI and...
Ultimate Oscillator (UO) + Realtime Divergences + Alerts + Lookback periods.
This version of the Ultimate Oscillator adds the following 5 additional features to the stock UO by Tradingview:
- Optional divergence lines drawn directly onto the oscillator in realtime
- Configurable alerts to notify you when divergences occur, as well as centerline crossovers.
I am happy to present this script with a nice idea!
You can now customize a watchlist with your preferred time frame and any symbol from any market.
The main purpose is to be aware of any moves and watch a brief overview of the chart.
- 8 customizable symbols with the option to show/hide anyone
- Multi time frame support
- 3 Types of charts...
This experimental script shows the intrabar progression of price/volume
It can only be used with live data, when you switch timeframe or ticker, it will start over again.
When you let the script run, you'll get insight of what is going on during the bar progression.
On each tick, when the price goes up, a green line will be drawn,
if it goes down, a red line...
This is a tool, shows the volume variation % strength related to the X past candles.
The current candle is shown in real time, until candle closes.
The visualization of the candle time to close is a thin line, that is 100% for all past candles and slowly goes up for the current candle.
Best with an example:
with a 4h candle, 1 hour has wasted already. This is...
This indicator was designed to work in real time, and needs the "calculate on every tick" turned on. It verifies if the volume from the current candle is increasing more or less than the average.
Example using 5 min. candles:
1 minute is 20% of the time for the candle. So, if the volume is at 20% or below of the vol.average, the market is stable(price not moving...
Pine's implementation of the security() function behaves differently in realtime vs. historical bars. Specifically, for historical bars, calling security() for a time frame (TF) larger/slower than the current chart's TF will return information about the last completed bar of the higher TF. However, for realtime bars (i.e. if you allow the chart to...
This is a tool. Do with it what you like :)
The ghost candle works by drawing a bigger time frame candles in ghost mode over a chart. The time frame is default of 4h, can be changed in the "format" pop-up.
What we see in a time frame as the "wick", is really a set of candles when looked at lower resolutions/timeframes, that info is crunched into the OHLC...
This is an example script for checking how far the current bar has progressed towards it's completed state. This works for any time frame, eliminating extra logic calls and conversions for each timeframe.period. It is not intended to be a standalone indicator, but rather as a resource for additional logic triggers on the real time bar of a pine script.
I made this to serve as a reminder if a candle is not closed yet. This is to avoid entering a trade based on a candle that is not closed because this candle could look alot different by the time it closes. Good luck.
the main rules are in version 1.0 of this indicator, here: and they provide useful info to make sense of the indicator
two important improvements:
1 - the candle period is now provided in minutes
2 - the volume MA size does not make an average abymore, now IT CHOOSES the highest value in the range. this provides less, but more significant signals.