This is an update to the "Pivot HiLo Support n Resistance Levels" indicator, important updates are no re-painting; and different lengths available for each side of Pivot.
The Pivot Points are marked with "star" and with Optional Support and Resistance extension Levels shown.
Show Pivot Points (default true)
Pivot Length Left Side...
The Peak Activity Levels indicator displays support and resistance levels from prices accompanied by significant volume. The indicator includes a histogram returning the frequency of closing prices falling between two parallel levels, each bin shows the number of bullish candles within the levels.
Length: Lookback for the detection of volume...
This script is meant for stocks that have a pre-market session. It is meant to be used on the 1 min time frame. This script will draw a green line at the high of pre-market, and a red line at the low of pre-market and extend these lines across the regular session day
This makes it easy to see if price action during regular market has broken above pre-market high...
A script that draws supply and demand zones based on the RSI indicator. For example if RSI is under 30 a supply zone is drawn on the chart and extended for as long as there isn't a new crossunder 30. Same goes for above 70. The threshold which by default is set to 30, which means 30 is added to 0 and subtracted from 100 to give us the classic 30/70 threshold on...
LeveLeledc - Exhaustion levels (InSilico)
Method for zero confirmation support/resistance level detection using Leledc Exhaustion Bars
Study is extension/mod of glaz script ,its implementing simple but unorthodox use-case for "Leledc Exhaustion Bars"
More information on core function in source scripts page ->
Quarter Theory Levels is a script that will create level lines based on major round numbers and spilt those levels into half and quarter ranges. This tool is intended to help traders see major levels that price will likely react to in the future.
The Script is inspired by Quarters Theory.
We are forever drawing key levels on our charts with saved drawing templates, but finding the levels, adding the labels, is all tedious stuff. We have indicators, but we have multiple different ones at a time.
What if you could just tick a box on/off?
Well now you can.
This all in one 'levels' indicator is designed to show all the key highs and lows from...
Session Levels - Ultimate Range Indicator
Primarily developed for trading the E-MINI Futures Markets like NQ or ES from the CME Group,
but also more than suitable for Crypto or other instruments.
This indicator highlights the chosen session, which can be Globex, Asian, London and New York.
It plots the important levels and also renders the Opening Range as it...
The Litt Institutional Levels Indicator plots previous time periods Highs, Lows, and Closes. Institutions track these levels and will use them as support and resistance to enter and exit their positions. Not every algorithm is a machine-learning wizard. Institutions still use these relatively simple levels to conduct their trades. The best way to use The Litt...
█ Multi Pivot (Support/Resistance) & Previous Period (Open/High/Low/Close)
From JayRogers description.
█ Multi Pivot Selector
Allows you to set up to 3 distinct sets of pivots, each with their own resolution settings and the ability to select how many support|resistance levels are shown.
The maximum amount of S|R levels available varies with different...
Inspired by @LazyBear's/@timwest's script:
Usage: support and resistance levels based on averaging price around earnings and quarterly opens.
What it is plotting:
1. A horizontal level whenever earnings occur. If actual earnings is higher than estimated, the line turns green, else red.
2. A horizontal level every quarterly open, colored black.
If you trade Forex this is the indicator you need above all. Most recent six highs and lows on the daily, weekly, and monthly (includes current day). Support and resistance isn't quite what it is...until when that's exactly how it often plays out on the lines. They are called bank levels for a reason. *Not every line will support or resist of course*
Example of how to apply and use Dynamic Zones with an indicator by injecting it's source into my adaptation of the original idea by Leo Zamansky, Ph.D., and David Stendahl.
• Load your desired oscillating indicator on your chart (CCI, RSI, etc).
• Load my "How To Use Dynamic Zones" indicator on your chart.
• In the "How To Use Dynamic Zones" indicator settings...
WARNING: this strategy repaints after reloading and results are heavily curve fitted, use at your own discretion.
UPDATE: (AleksanderThor) add option for a 2nd target, to use you need to activate pyramiding with a setting of 1 manually (not possible to change programatically) .
This indicator will automatically plot key horizontal levels.
The script will create a grid from highest to lowest price, dividing this price range into several steps.
It will then loop through each bar and save its cummulative price/volume into each steps.
The steps with the most significant prices/volume are finally plotted into key...
If you want to be alerted when a price closes above or below a given level(s), then this indicator is for you! 😁 Whether you're looking for a breakout, or some change of structure, etc, this should come in handy.
Just add a level(s) (anything above 0).
Optionally plot lines.
Set alerts as normal.