So first of all the main indicator is based off of the ADX and the DMI;
For those who aren't familiar with it, Directional Movement is what you'd pull up under "built-in's" from the indicators tab (if you want to check it out).
The standard interpretation of this however, is when the ADX is above 20 that suggests the trend is strong, whereas under 20 suggests it is weak.
Also, when the D+ is above the D- that suggests a bullish trend, and D- above D+ suggests a bearish trend.
These bars take away the need to have it at the bottom of your screen, and places the data on the bars on your chart instead.
So here's what the colors stand for -
Yellow - The ADX is under 20, no strength in trend
Shades of green occur when the ADX is above 20 and there's a bullish trend (D+ higher than D-)
Bright Green (Lime) - Bullish trend, D+ above 30
Green - Bullish Trend
Yellow Green - Bullish trend, D+ below 15
Shades of red occur when the ADX is above 20 and there's a bearish trend (D- higher than D+)
Bright Red - Bearish trend, D- above 30
Red - Bearish Trend
Orange - Bearish trend, D- below 15
I have also added multiple time frame labels (label script used is the one created by Ricardo Santos)
These labels are color coded the same as the bars/candles, and they appear off to the right of your screen using every built in time increment from TradingView.
The purpose is to show you in real time, and on any chart resolution, what the current trend is on every individual time frame.
So using just one single chart you'll see your current resolutions candles, but also on the labels you'll see:
There is an input I added that allows you to adjust where your labels appear on the side of your screen as well!
Now onto the volume spike portion of the indicator. This will plot a blue dot under each bar that has a spike in volume which meets your specified criteria.
I have 500% as the default setting.
What that means is that this indicator looks back and gets the 50 bar volume average and then applies dots where volume is 500% above average.
Now finally, the reversal arrows. This is another simple to understand concept that I first read in John Carter's book "Mastering the Trade" that he calls "HOLP/LOHP".
I have added the ability to change the look back period you'd like the indicator to watch for highs and lows on.
What that stands for is 'High of Low Period' and 'Low of High Period', and it is used like this-
Whenever a bar makes a new high the indicator watches the low on that highest bar. Then when a bar afterwards makes a lower low then the one on the high bar,
a reversal arrow is given. Apply this same concept in the other direction in for the highs on the lowest bars.
Now, I didn't want to make a "set" or have a bunch of different indicators out there that are all intended for the same package, so I took the time to put them together,
and if there's a part of it you don't care for they can easily be turned off in the settings.
"When you request a value from a smaller timeframe ...... there is no way to represent the full data on the chart. In that case, the code takes the value for the last fitting bar."
So let's say you are on a 15 minute chart - the 1 min, 3 min, and 5 min update when a new candle opens to reflect the first bar that occurred in the new time frame... so in order to truly see everything (from the labels) in real time you'd have to watch a 1 minute chart...
Hope that clarifies everything a bit! Thanks again!
Ganz im Spirit von TradingView hat der Autor dieses Skripts es als Open-Source veröffentlicht, damit Trader es besser verstehen und überprüfen können. Herzlichen Glückwunsch an den Autor! Sie können es kostenlos verwenden, aber die Wiederverwendung dieses Codes in einer Veröffentlichung unterliegt den Hausregeln. Sie können es als Favoriten auswählen, um es in einem Chart zu verwenden.
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