The Average Daily Range is a simple concept, calculated as the difference between daily highs and lows averaged over some period. This indicator uses that range in conjunction with Fibonacci ratios to create zones centered on the day's open that tends to act as areas of support and resistance.
The thicker White lines are the ADR levels; all other lines are the...
The Average Daily Range is a simple concept, calculated as the difference between daily highs and lows averaged over some period. This range is is overlaid and centered on the day's open, and tends to act as areas of support and resistance . This indicator provides two aggregation periods, creating a range that represents volatility in the ADR; a wider spread...
This applies a 'corrected' formula to the version created by alpine_trader (which is slightly off). It calculates the Average Daily Range (in percent) over the previous 20 periods and plots it in a chart.
I am grateful to GlinckEastwoot for the 'corrected' formula.
Pretty self explanatory, this indicator tracks todays current range as a % of the 5 Day ADR.
This is most useful for finding entries and looking for exits intraday, ie: how much hypothetical room is there for a trade to run? looking for entries in yellow and orange zones, exiting in blue once the ADR is reached etc.
Reset variable should be used for the end of...
Average Daily Range ('ADR') Indicator for TradingView
This script is based on the "Best 'ADR' Indicator for MT4" described at www.fxdayjob.com
Number of 'ADR' Back - Set the number of calendar days back to plot historical 'ADR'. The default value is 7.
Non-trading days are not taken into...
Displays the following values in a table in the upper right corner of the chart:
ADR%: Average daily range (in percent).
ATR: Average true range (hidden by default).
LoD dist.: Distance of current price to low of the day as a percentage of ATR.
All values are calculated based on daily bars, no matter what time frame you are currently viewing. Doesn't...
Script to use for position sizing based on portfolio size, max position, and max loss inputs. The option to use custom entry and stop are available, but default to last price for entry, and Low of Day (LoD) for stop. The ATR % is a measure of the low of day to current price as a percentage move.
Credit to LonesomeTheBlue for the base code on position sizing and...