This is a very simple script for fun to demonstrate the new ability to change the colors of attributes pertaining to the plotbar() and plotcandle() functions using series inputs.
For Heiken Ashi lovers, this script does several things. It gives you both bars and hollow candles with Heikin Ashi values - something TV does not currently support.
Visual RSI offers a different way of looking at RSI by providing a composite representation of 9 different RSI-generated components. Instead of focusing on one line only, this approach blends multiple sources to provide the viewer with a larger context RSI-based picture.
For those who don’t want to read
• Green in bullish (>50) zone is the most bullish.
This script will give you red/green columns to indicate if price is above or below a certain EMA. With Candlestick charting, we are looking for price in relation to the 8 ema Trigger Line (T-Line). You can adjust this indicator to fit your need. Simple, but nice to quickly see.
Oops. Last line's title should be "Sell". Doesn't affect display though.
I don't expect to iterate any further on this script, unless any weird issue crops up.
Description and usage detailed in the comments at the top of the script. Cheers!
To repaint or not to repaint, all the relevant sources are exposed as inputs for customisation - so the choice is yours.
- This is a analysis tool.
- It generates candlestick containers for current timeframe, using OPEN/HIGH/CLOSE/LOW data from higher time frames.
- Current version supports up to 4 CVB at the same time. Usually using only 2 is enough.
- Vertical extended divisions for 1h, 4h, 1D and 1W using background lines are included too.
* Report any bugs...
7 hours ago
Hello friends. This is simply a moving average ribbon, per se. The values for the colored ribbon can have their length calculated to fit their chosen resolution on the current one. This solved problems for me, but it was my own solution. Maybe I'll learn something new from sharing this.
To everybody else who is learning as well, this script...
This creates a combination style closing price change on each tick.
It has two theme options, one as silver dials for Dark Theme and the other as black dials for White Theme.
We get fixated to watching closing prices on charts and it gets visually daunting. This creates a combination style price change which updates on each tick, which is quite pleasing...