The Donchian average is defined as average(highest, lowest) for a given period length. By plotting many different lengths, clustering of the lines seems to form natural support/resistance levels. A Donchian Channel and RSI rainbow colors are also provided to define the range and trend.
Inspired by my favorite EMA ribbon - "EMA Ribbon " by fskrypt.
This Ribbon ADD the option to choose the avarage algorithm of the ribbon .
Created also to be more friendly to read along with trendlines and Fibonacci retracements.
For those like me that NOT use this ribbon to find exact price action but instead, to have a grasp of possible Support/Resistance...
A version of the popular "Moving Average Ribbon" or "Guppy" indicators, except nearly everything about it is user selectable. The user can change the source, period, and type of moving average used for every single line on the chart. Note: The visuals are fairly intensive and may take a moment to catch up after adjusting settings.
Credit: This script utilizes...
Following some recommendations and ideas I share this moving average, put all of them together
The length calculation is automatic there is only one input.
The length is inverse so it will wrap from the longest reference point, hence using phi
Moving averages will wrap around the price.
I've also added gradient color to plots and fill...
1. Just a moving average strategy used in this indicator.
2. If the src2 (you can change it in settings) close above highest MA, appear the long signal.
3. And if the src2 close under the lowest MA, appear the short signal.
How is it using:
Green is an uptrend. Red is a downtrend.
-If you see the green up triangle signal, open long (and close...
RedK Magic Ribbon is simple script that combines a fast and a slow moving averages to create a 2-Moving Average Cross-over / trend visualization tool.
We utilize the Compound Ratio Weighted Average (CoRa Wave) as the fast MA line and the RedK Slow Smooth Weighted Moving Average (RSS_WMA) aka LazyLine as the slow MA line.
i put this script together when i...
This is a very efficient swing trading strategy designed for crypto long timeframes like 2h+.
Initially we have 3 RSI .
AFter that we use them as source for 6 SMA/EMA for each RSI, 5, 30, 50, 70, 90, 100. With those we create a ribbon that we are going to use in order to check the direction of the trend.
Rules for entry:
For long : if either all the...
This code was written using:
•Pine Script Coding Conventions.
This script provides a very useful tool for new community users and professionals. It puts at your disposal a Moving Average Ribbon by hand to graph and easily find the ones with the highest performance. The creation of this script was motivated because in free TradingView accounts there is a limit...
The SMA 200 is one of the most important and strongest support/resistance lines on any timeframe. This script pulls the SMA 200 line from multiple timeframes so traders can visually see price action bounce between support and resistance . The current timeframes SMA 200 is displayed in white and turns yellow to signify "pressure". Can be used on higher timeframes...
The EMA 730 line is a great way to show dynamic support and resistance . Price action travels "through" this line on each timeframe. This script pulls the EMA 730 Line from multiple timeframes so a trader can visually see price action bounce between support and resistance lines. Lower bands (white lines) can be turned off using "tickbox" in settings. EMA length...
EMA Bands for crypto markets shows support and resistance lines. Helps identify bull and bear market trends. SMA200 is white and turns yellow to signal pressure. Can also be useful for identifying Elliot waves and breakouts.
I developed this indicator focusing on the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) to help me in a more direct and visual way when enteringand exiting my market position.
The idea is to configure the indicator with your favorite Moving Averages and Lengths and Enter Long when the price is above and Short when the price is below.
I put the setup that I am testing now in...
This is a 5 Ribbon heatmap moving averages indicator where each represents a different time frame, The RED or GREEN color palette is also affected by asset velocity using ATR.
Supports various moving averages including VMA (Default), Zero Lag, TSF (Time Series Forecast).
A single ribbon is set to GREEN when fast MA (moving average) is above the slower MA and RED...
The following script aims to visually reproduce a Fibonacci moving averages ribbon by only using one plot function, the period of the moving average is determined by a number of the Fibonacci sequence. This trick is made possible by computing the value of a moving average at time t with a period determined by a periodic Fibonacci sequence and using ...
This indicator behaves like a traditional EMA ribbon by using the 21, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 55 bar exponential moving averages. In this particular indicator, the traditional EMA ribbon lines are turned off by default leaving only a filled in area between the 21 and 55 bar averages. The filled in area is green when the 21 bar average is greater than the 55...
After some tips in my indicator
RK's 04 - Lots of MA Types Ribbon I Put some time and effort to make it better.
So, I'm sharing with you the results.
This is an up to 10 lines Moving Average Ribbon with an Auto Evaluate Length and a lots of options!!!
Type of Moving Average you can use:
SMA - Simple Moving Average
SMMA - Smoothed Moving Average