Hi guys, how ya doing!
I know sometimes you'll need multiple timeframe RSI to study your chart, so do I, therefore I'll share my multi RSI tool for you.
There are total 3 RSI for you to use, you can turn each ON or OFF
I've added more lines for your better view
Also provided a choice for smooth line or step line where there's no gap
Get higher time frame candles overlaid on a lower timeframe chart.
Add 1H candles on 1M or 1D on 30M
Overlaid candles feature wicks and multiple display options to customize appearance.
Add the indicator multiple times to get MTF (multiple time frames) all on one chart.
Ichimoku Cloud , Multiple Time Frames, based on the script : MTF Selection Framework functions (PineCoders)
- four differents Ichimoku
- Tenkan, Kijun, Chikou and Kumo (monochrome or not)
- labels : offset from line, color if you change style and with/without abbreviation
Time Frames :
First of all, the idea of apply RSI to VWAP was inspired by XaviZ; at least, that where I first saw that.
I simply applied the idea and searched for apply this on lower timeframe (M15) to increase the number of positions and improve the profit factor.
The conditions to enter are the same :
long : enter on RSI crossover oversold level
short : enter on RSI...
The original version uses SMA, in this new version you can choose any type of MA and time frame.
- 1 min, 3 min, 5 min, 15 min, 30 min, 45min, 1h, 2h, 3h, 4h, 1d, 1w, 1M
Combine multiple time frames, this will come in handy ¡¡¡¡
Success in your trade ¡¡¡¡
Very busy preparing a few stuff for Black Friday but wanted to remind that I still know Pinescript and how to step up my game :)
My master @RicardoSantos once again showed me how to push the pinescript limits one step/dimension further. Kudo also to my client (Judy) for this amazing idea.
I inspired myself from his script...
This indicator overlays 5 Reverse Engineered RSI (RERSI) levels on your main chart window.
The RERSI was first developed by Giorgos Siligardos in the June 2003 issue of Stocks and Commodities Magazine. HPotter provided the initial implementation - from which this script is derived - so all credit to them (see:...
This is an example of how you can add multiple indicators into a unique one
In this instance, I added two supertrend multitimeframes and draw them on a different timeframe chart
Why use CLAM?
Because candle length may be difficult to discern in fast, choppy markets. CLAM plots current price activity against previous trends. The calculation is similar to Know Sure Thing (KST) without the lag. CLAM uses Triple EMAs (TEMA) instead of Simple Moving Averages (SMAs), and raw open - close instead of clunky Rate of Change (ROC). CLAM...
This is a strategy adapted initially for Mavilim moving average indicator, based on WMA MA.
It seems to works amazingly on long term markets, like stocks, some futures, some comodities and so on.
In this strategy, I form initially the candle, using EMA values, so I take the EMA of last 50 closes, open, highs and lows and form the candle
After this I take...
Triple RSI indicator where you can set the timeframe for each RSI.
Take confirmation from different timeframes to make high probability trades!
Typical settings would be,
1 Day, 1 Week, 1 Month or
1 hr, 4hr, 1 Day or
3 min, 15 min, 1 hr or.........your imagination is the only limit here!
The system uses 1 hour and 15 min timeframe data. Signals coming from 15 min Inverse Fisher Transform of SMI and stochastic RSI are confirmed by 1 hour Inverse Fisher Transform SMI, according to the following rules:
long cond.: 15 min IFTSMI crosses ABOVE -0.5 or SRSI k-line crosses ABOVE 50 while 1-hour IFTSMI is already ABOVE -0.5
short cond.:15 min IFTSMI...
This indicator is a set of 3 moving averages for which you can configure the type of the moving averages , their length , and of course the time frame . The moving averages you can choose from are:
- Simple Moving Average ( SMA )
- Exponential Moving Average ( EMA )
- Weighted Moving Average ( WMA )
- Running Moving Average (RMA)
- Hull Moving Average ( HMA...
***Up to 9 MACD's with fixed timeframes***
-Simply enter your MACD settings, and which timeframes you would like to see.
-Settings stick regardless of viewing resolution (within reason)
-Enter 0 to disable if you want less than 9 MACD's
***Logarithmic option for consistency over long timeframes***
***Layered histogram, can be disabled, adjusted vertically***