Pocket Pivot Breakout Indicator
The pocket pivot breakout indicator will show a blue arrow under the candle if both the following conditions are met:
1. The percentage change of the candle on that day from open is greater than 3%.
2. The volume on the day of 3% candle is higher than the highest red volume in the past 10 days.
The second condition is based on the...
Volume with color helps to quickly identify accumulation or distribution.
An accumulation day is an up day with volume greater than a user selected average.
A distribution day is a down day with volume greater than a user selected average.
This indicator will highlight those days by changing the volume bar colors for an easy visual.
This brings together a number of variables to produce trend predictions that could be utilized as decision-making tools.
Uses the aforementioned price and volume derivatives
- A moving average and three weighted moving averages (WMA1, WMA2, WMA3)
- Super Trend Line (ST)
- Opening Range Breakout on Five Minutes, Resistance Bands Pocket pivots, support, and price...
This script shows Pocket Pivots, up-days with higher volume than the last 9 down-days, directly on the chart below current and historic candles. Pocket pivots can be used to find early entry points within a base since it marks institutional buying. Pocket pivots are marked as black dots below the candle for easier identification.
The script is largely based on...
The Pocket Pivot was originated by traders Gil Morales and Dr. Chris Kacher. A Pocket Pivot is a price and volume pattern that reveals an interest of institutional buyers. The indicator is best used when the stock is is a proper consolidation base and in a prior uptrend.
The indicator shows up when the following conditions are is true.
Current day's price has...
This simple indicator improves upon the built in volume indicator by adding the following:
-Option to use an EMA instead of SMA
-Advanced Coloring: Lighter bars show growing volume, darker bars show falling volume. Gray bars show very low relative volume (less than or equal to 50% of the moving average), while bars which have a highlighted background have a high...
Pocket Pivots are described in the book "Trade like an O'Neil Discipline" by Dr. Chris Kacher and Gil Morales. There’s no exact definition of Pocket Pivots, but there is an exact definition for the volume signature: The volume should be higher than the largest down volume of the last 10 trading days.
This is a modification of Pocket Pivots. We use the level where...