The Average Daily Range (ADR) is a common metric used to measure volatility in an asset. It calculates the average difference between the highest and lowest price over a time interval – normally five days.
The Inner Circle Trader teaches the importance of this metric from an algorithmic point of view; in particular the 1/3ADR price level is deemed to be a...
Time is fractal. Every candle has an open, low, high and closing price.
Depending on what timeframe you are on, some opening prices could be more interesting than others.
This indicator tracks, which timeframe you are currently on and displays different things accordingly, so that the chart is never messy.
Below the hourly timeframe, the indicator highlights ICT...
The ICT Algorithmic Macro Tracker° Indicator is a powerful tool designed to enhance your trading experience by clearly and efficiently plotting the known ICT Macro Times on your chart.
Based on the teachings of the Inner Circle Trader , these Time windows correspond to periods when the Interbank Price Delivery Algorithm undergoes a series of checks...
ICT Macros by Cryptofor
Time periods in which the price is most volatile. At this time, the algorithm is programmed to attack liquidity or fill a significant FVG from which the OF can continue.
Plots of macros:
1. London Macros:
02:33 - 03:00
04:03 - 04:30
2. New York AM Macros:
08:50 - 09:10
09:50 - 10:10
10:50 - 11:10
3. New York Lunch...
This script allows traders to visualize the range of time when a macro (an automated series of instructions/trades from large fund traders, executed by an algorithm) will likely occur in the market. It does this by drawing vertical lines and labels on the chart at these specific times:
(Macro Open) - 9:50 AM EST
(Macro Close) - 10:10 AM EST
(Macro Open) - 10:50...
This script is built on ICT time & price theory and the theory of algorithmic market maker models, and visualizes the intraday divided using powers of three into accumulation, manipulation and distribution cycles.
It also includes an automatically calculated and plotted Goldbach level (a.k.a. IPDA level or Huddleston level) overlay, to help...
This is my quality of life indicator for forex trading using the methods and concepts of ICT.
The idea is to automate marking up important price levels and times of the day instead of doing it manually every day.
Marks the most volatile times of the day on the chart, during which the intraday high/low usually takes place.
This script is an anchored variation of my "ICT IPDA Look Back" script. Similarly, it calculates ICT's daily IPDA look back time intervals and their respective discount / equilibrium / premium; however, it also applies the Forward Cast IPDA daily ranges.
The Forward Cast can be used to estimate the time at which IPDA might initiate a change in institutional order...
This script automatically calculates and updates ICT's daily IPDA look back time intervals and their respective discount / equilibrium / premium, so you don't have to :)
IPDA stands for Interbank Price Delivery Algorithm. Said algorithm appears to be referencing the past 20, 40, and 60 days intervals as points of reference to define ranges and related PD...
ICT - IPDA Boxes indicator encapsulate important (TRUE DAY) time zones based on ICT concepts.
Standard settings will plot True Day, CBDR, Asian Range, London and NY Open Kill-Zones. It is designed to keep a minimalistic and clean look for your charts using TradingView's Dark theme, but you can adjust any specific line or background color transparency of your...
Determining operating range is critical for trading.
You *need* to sell in premium & buy in discount.
This script determines an operating range by stepping back on an HTF timeframe to calculate that HTF candle's range. If the current candle in HTF breaks out, the range expands accordingly.
The timeframe mapping I've used is
Intraday & <= 2H : use Daily as...