Vector Scaler is like Stochastic but it uses a different method to scale the input. The method is very similar to vector normalization but instead of keeping the "vector" we just sum the three points and average them. The blue line is the signal line and the orange line is the smoothed signal line. I have added the "J" line from the KDJ indicator to help spot...
20 step red/green gradient function
The color gradient function allow colorize any source in 5% steps.
Define the source, minimum and maximum value (constant or , for example, bb (or any other channel)).
Following the last example from the link above, I added a function return to plot the calculated RSI value for each ticker.
For this, I added the expression of the rsi bult-in function in the security call, to send as a return to the plot function.
Ps. I purposely inverted the crossunder/crossover calls for testing here.
Pinescript - Common Label & Line Array Functions Library by RagingRocketBull 2021
This script provides a library of common array functions for arrays of label and line objects with live testing of all functions.
Using this library you can easily create, update, delete, join label/line object arrays, and get/set properties of individual label/line...
This script plots both real and HA candles regardless or which are used on the chart in TV settings.
(and has the functions for you to use.)
Lots of people seem to misunderstand backtesting (or scam people) based on HA candles.
Backtesting with HA candles leads to impossible trades. ALWAYS backtest with real candles.
That doesn't mean you might not want to look...
Common String Functions Library by RagingRocketBull 2021
Pinescript now has strong support for arrays with many powerful functions, but still lacks built-in string functions. Luckily you can easily process and manipulate strings using arrays.
This script provides a library of common string functions for everyday use, such as: indexOf, substr, replace,...
This is a function to give measures in time rather than bars...
I often want to measure in things in time rather than bars and change the sample rate (the candle size)
without reconfiguring my settings. This is a handy function for setting you input lengths in time units
(or bars when you want that)
I want a 3 hour moving average, regardless of...
This is a script to draw a square wave on the chart, with an indicator for current price.
Markets undergoing Dow Jones or Wyckoff Accumulation/Distribution cycles tend to move in such waves, and if the period of the cycles are detected, a signal for accumulation/distribution phases can be created as an early warning.
- Average True Range as the...
Standard Array Functions Library by RagingRocketBull 2021
This script provides a library of every standard Pinescript array function for live testing with all supported array types.
You can find the full list of supported standard array functions below.
There are several libraries:
- Common String Functions Library
- Common Array Functions Library
FUNCTION: Limited Historical Data Workaround
If you are working with bitcoin weekly charts, or any other ticker with a low amount of price history this function may help you out. For example you want to apply indicators to some shitcoin that just launched? This can help you.
It can be frustrating to use certain built-ins since they will only give an output...
This is an indicator to draw a sawtooth wave on the chart.
It can be a useful perspective, as decaying markets tend to oscillate in reverse sawtooth waves, and bullish markets can oscillate in conventional sawtooth waves. With the right inputs, it can be an early warning signal for potential movements.
Something I've noted is that large waves cause a ripple...
The idea is help traders to see the patterns and levels from a different point o view.
This script create candlestick using the opening, high, low and close price as source on your favorite function.
It's very simple to use:
Select a function in the drop box list, the number of bars length, check or uncheck the boxes to treat source as logarithm, smooth, and...