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Support/Resistance With Breaks & Bounces[ExoMaven]

This script uses the built-in pivothigh/pivotlow functions to find and identify new levels of basic support and resistance . The script will also automatically identify the first occurrence of a bounce/rejection off the most recent green/red line as well as automatically identify the first occurrence of a breakout of the most recent green/red line. This is a very basic, but effective indicator that is well written, and open source for anyone to learn from or build off of.

All details needed to understand how to use the script are listed below. Enjoy!

Customizable inputs:
- Option to change how pivot points are calculated('candle body' or 'candle wicks')
- Option to change the sensitivity of the pivots (leftbars and rightbars linked)
- Option to change the line width

Available Alert Options:
- Red Line Breakout
- Red Line Bounce/Rejection
- Green Line Breakout
- Green Line Bounce/Rejection


User Manual:
- All calculations are done on the last update of the bar(candle close)
- Only 1 breakout will be allowed per line
- Only 1 rejection will be allowed per line
- If the text is red, then the signal is related to the 'red line', if the text is green, then the signal is related to the 'green line'
- The code is open source, and is programmed using arrays/loops out of the gate, despite not needing to do so. This allows for easy modifications to the scripts behavior while keeping the functionality without it breaking.
- Pivot Rightbars is hardcoded to the same value for leftbars(leftbars = sensitivity). Uncomment the input for right_bars if you want the ability to change the rightbars independently from the leftbars
- When a new line is identified, the old one will stop updating, and no longer be considered for breakout/rejections. This can be changed with a bit of pine knowledge by performing some slight modifications to the code.
- When a new line is drawn, the old line will move backwards a little bit for cleanliness/clarity purposes
- If you have any questions/comments/requests/concerns please leave them down in the comments below
- Don't forget to leave a like if you find this script useful

Open-source Skript

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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