This is done in the same lines of Zigzag-Trend-Divergence-Detector
But, here are the differences
- Table shows multiple oscillator movements at a same time instead of one selected oscillator
- Divergence is not calculated and also supertrend based trend. Trend can be calculated based on movements. However, lets keep this for future enhancements.
- This system also uses multiple zigzags instead of just one.
▶ Derive multiple zigzags - Code is taken from Multi-ZigZag
▶ Along with zigzags - also calculate different oscillators and attach it to .
▶ Calculate directions of and corresponding oscillators.
▶ Plot everything in the table on last bar.
⬜ Table components
Table contains following data: Directional legends are:
- ⇈ - Higher High (Green)
- ⇊ - Lower Low (Red)
- ⭡- Lower High (Orange)
- ⭣ - Higher Low (Lime)
⬜ Input Parameters
▶ Source : Default is close. If Unchecked - uses high/low data for calculating . Can also use external input such as OBV
▶ Stats : Gives option to select the depth of output (History) and also lets you chose text size and table position.
▶ Oscillators : Oscillator length is derived by multiplying multiplier to length. For example, for 5, with 4 as multiplier, all oscillators are calculated with length 20. But, same for 8 will be 32 and so on.
▶ Available oscillators :
- CMO -
- COG - Center Of Gravity
- - Index (Shows only if is present)
- MOM - Momentum oscillator
- TSI - Total Strength Index
- WPR - William Percent R
- BB - Percent B
- KC - Channel Percent K
- DC - Channel Percent D
- ADC - Adoptive Channel Percent D (Adoptive-Donchian-Channel)
There are 12 oscillators and each has different length. Which means, there are 48 combinations of the ocillators.
First challenge was generating these values without creating lots of static initialization. Also, note, if the functions are not called on each bar, then they will not yield correct result. This is achieved through initializer function which runs on every bar and stores the oscillator values in an array which emulates multi dimensional array oscillator X length.
Next challenge was getting these values within function when we need it. While doing so I realized that values stored in array also have historical series and calling array.get will actully get you the entire series and not just the value. This is an important takeaway for me and this can be used for further complex implementations.
Thanks to @LonesomeTheBlue and @LucF for some timely suggestions and interesting technical discussions :)
- Added Zigzag based supertrend for all zigzag levels. Original implementation of zigzag supertrend is here: ZigZag-Supertrend
- Added divergence sentiment to all the oscillators which is calculated based on the initial indicator. Detailed rule:
- The script is pretty heavy and it started throwing pine error on number of lines exceeding 60000. To avoid this, had to remove some of the oscillators/indicators. Have removed Momentum which is quite different from most of them. And have removed Keltener channel, Donchian Channel and Advanced Donchian Channel as they produce almost similar results as that of Bollinger Band.
PS: If you need older version you can load the script to codebase and then select different version of it from version history.
- Redefined color coding to show different colors for divergence and hidden divergence.
- Bullish and bearish indecision is marked with different symbols (⤒ and ⤓) wheras invalid divergence and hidden divergence preserves the existing indecision symbol - ▣
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