This indicator determines the time (in minutes) for which a bar of the Range Bar type was formed.
In order to avoid errors in the calculations, a weekend check is immediately carried out (one day if it is a holiday or two days if it is a weekend).
If there are more days off, then the information on the first bar after the weekend may be incorrect.
As the name says this is a straightforward way to highlight the times of day that you are interested in studying.
Like to trade just a market open, or highlight a full session?
Could also be used negatively to "block out" a window of time each day.
Just set your preferred time zone and then your time window (start and end).
Hope you find it useful! 😁
A simple Pyramiding / DCA Strategy. Everyday at a specified time a position is opened. The individual position is closed when a take profit is triggered. Optionally a stop loss can be activated, or the option to close the position at the and of the time frame. You can specify the max amount of open positions. The equity will be divided through the max amount of...
Percent Off All-time High tracks the percentage difference between the previous day’s closing price and the All-Time high price of the security’s entire price history.
This metric tells you how far the price has deviated from/converged on the all-time high price.
// How it Works \\
This script calculates the open and close prices of Heikin Ashi candles across multiple timeframes,
If the candle formed on that timeframe is green it will display in the table a green square, If the candle is red, the square will display red.
// Settings \\
You can change the colours of the plots
You can also Change any of the timeframes...
Here is a script that i've done for testing the timestamp and the input.time fonction.
You can see verticals lines blue and yellow.
The blue are the ECB meeting date (7 dates)
The yellow are the FED meeting date. (10 Dates)
// In the parameter you can enter the next rolling month date for ECB and FED
// I don't figure out how to add label / Txt...
In the 24-hour trading of the futures market, this indicator provides the user with full customization concerning the most important factor: time. This indicator is centered around three main visualizations: labels, backgrounds, and lines that minimalistically allows the user to keep track of the many time intervals that occur during a futures market 24-hour...
Fibonacci time zones, based on the Fibonacci number sequence, are vertical lines that represent potential areas where a swing high, low, or reversal could occur.
Trend-Based Fib Time shows probable price corrections in an existing trend. A useful tool to use in addition to Elliot Wave counting, Fib Time helps to identify how far the wave is likely to travel ...
This indicator calculates relative volume, which is the ratio of present volume over an average of past volume.
It offers two calculation modes, both using a time reference as an anchor.
The simplest way to calculate relative volume is by using the ratio of a bar's volume...
This Script plots the ICT Killzones in the Chart using a new Panel.
It's based on the Major Forex Sessions and this is usually where Key Swing Points occur.
It has a lookback of 20 days for Performance reasons.
- Time can be modified
- Lines width can be modified
- Lines colours can be modified
By default the Killzones will be based on NY...
• Zig Zag indicator plots points on the chart whenever prices reverse
by a percentage greater than a pre-chosen variable.
• Forecasts area based on zigzag statistics.
• Displays labels with detected patterns.
• Displays slope information rate of price, time diferentials and angle(experimental)
Renko is a very useful charting method for analyzing stock movement. It does a great job of filtering out all the excess noise so that all we're left with is pure price action. But, what about time? Time is a fundamental part of chart analysis and we are only seeing part of the picture. After all, shouldn't we take a very different approach to trading signals from...
Calculating time-based offsets is necessary when coders need to draw lines or labels into the future because using `xloc = xloc.bar_time` in `label.new()` or `line.new()` is then mandatory.
This script provides a function to help with those calculations:
f_timeFrom(_from, _qty, _units)
The function calculates a negative (into the past) or...
This strategy allows you to back test longing or shorting or do nothing during time increments of 30 minutes for various days of the week. For example if you want to see if every Saturday if Bitcoin dropped in value from 1600-7000 UTC, this script will allow you to test that.
Make sure you are in the 30 minute time frame while viewing the performance and trade history.