A buy signal can be interpreted when VI+ is greater than VI-. Conversely, a sell signal exists when VI+ is smaller than VI-. Whenever a "crossing point" occurs, an imminent trend change can also be anticipated. If the differences from the highs and lows become larger and larger, a breakout is to be expected.
When using this indicator, please note that VI+ and VIcrossings, especially during choppy price movements, can trigger false trading signals.
What distinguishes this indicator from others of this type?
- Possibility to choose between different template templates that influence the display
- Extensive setting options to emphasize upward and downward movements and cross points
The following settings are possible:
- "Length": Adjustable period / default value = 14
- "Template": "DISABLED", "Clear", "Informative" / Default value = DISABLED
- "Line: Size": Thickness of the lines / default value = 2
- "Line: Style Type": Display variants (options: "Line", "Stepline") / default value = "Line".
- "Line: Up/Down Movements": Up and down movements are highlighted in color / default value = AN
- "Cross Points: On/Off": Cross points are displayed / default value = OFF
- "Bands: On/Off": lines are connected as a band / default value = OFF
- "Bands: Transparency": Strength of transparency / default value = 85
- Color codes: The color codes are explained in the settings
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.