This script color codes the price bars based on the close-value position relative to a moving average ribbon. Rainbow colors used for simplicity and readability.
Use to study which colors are most likely to produce continuation vs. reversal.
**** MUST use bars, not Japanese candles! ****
Shows the historic bar type, whether it is up, down, up and inside, down and inside, up and outside, or down and outside. Will only display historic bar type based on the selected time timeframe. (Ex. if you are looking at the weekly time frame, you will only see the bar type for Year, Quarter, Month, and Week. It will not display the Day or Hour bar type.)
CCI indicator swiff knife.
A lot of different usages of CCI ae possible with this script :
- 2 CCI lines crossovers.
- CCI - 0 Line crossovers
- CCI + Moving Average crossovers (many types of MA are available)
Filters can be added.
CCI can be used as a confirmation indicator, a continuation indicator, an exit indicator, a chopiness indicator .... It can even...
This is a very simple script... it does not necessarily create signals. It only provides useful feedback via statistics & probability.
There will be a green background if there are two green bars in a row, and it will stay green until two red bars show up (in which it switches color to red until two green bars show up again).
The fuchsia arrows show the double...
In my opinion the %K is the only part of the stochastic that you actually need. It's the fast RSI, so it responds much better to large price movements and reveals divergence a lot sooner than %D. The %D has no real confluence with the rest of my strategy so, I only use %K.