Introduction and Acknowledgement:
The script is basically a mashup script and provides a combined functionality of various indicators. I'll explain the usefulness and the optimal usage of the script after giving the credits where it is due. A CPR indicator for visually identifying the trend along with the strength of the trend is NOT available in the public...
This script is created primarily for Intraday trading but can also be used for short and long term trading. This is a combination of Central Pivot Range (CPR), Moving Averages and Camarilla Pivot levels (with inner levels). This helps you to combine the strategies of CPR and Moving Averages to identify the best trading opportunities with greater edge. Central...
This is CPR with Monthly, Weekly and Daily time frames of the current and next* CPR levels.
* The following lines only become relevant at the end of the cycle.
P (pivot point) = (H + L + C) / 3
BC (Bottom Central) = (H + L) / 2
TC (Top Central) = (P - BC) + P
- Green = R1 Levels ( 2×P - L )
- Green = R2 Levels ( P + (H - L) )
This is the developing cpr indicator made by Swastik.
It shows how the cpr is developing as the day is progressing.
The colour of the range is red when tc is below bc and green when tc is above bc .
While calculating the value of cpr , the high is the high from starting of the session and low is the low from starting of the session till that specific candle.
This indicator is purely developed based on the pivot levels. To be precise the most important thing in this indicator is the central pivot point .
No doubt the idea of central pivot came just because of the book I read recently that is pivot boss by ochia.
There in this script we have used Supports and Resistance and works for Multi Time frame ....
We recommend some preconditions for Intraday Trading Strategy with CPR (Central Pivot Range)
Rules For BUY Setup with CPR
1) Today's Pivot Level Should be higher than Previous Day's Pivot Level
2) The previous day's close should be near day's high.
Rules For SELL Setup with CPR
1) Today's Pivot Level Should be lower than Previous Day's Pivot Level