This indicator is "Interactive" which means some inputs can are manually added through the first click after adding the indicator to the chart (ATR Trailing Stop-loss start point). See images below for more explanation.
Why use a trailing stop-loss?
A trailing stop-loss provides an exit when price moves against you but also enables you to move the exit point...
This indicator show lines of OHLC which can be commonly used as support and resistance zones.
OHLC can be shown table with candlestick visual.
Color of candlestick depends on direction of bullish / bearish of the chosen candlestick.
Inspired by design, code and usage of CAGR . Basic usage of custom range / interactive, pretty much...
Using this "Support Resistance Interactive" script you can set the Support/Resistance levels interactively by clicking on the chart. Using the SR levels you set, the indicator creates Support Resistance zones. The width of the zones are calculated by using Threshold option and Threshold is the percent of the distance between Highest/Lowest levels in...
This indicator was designed based on Harmonic Trading : Volume One written by Scott Carney.
This is about harmonic ratios which expanded through retracement and projection.
Derivation is pretty much explained here such as Primary, Primary Derivation, Secondary Derivation and Secondary Derivation Extreme.
Derivation value depends on minimum...
This indicator was designed based on Harmonic Pattern Book written by Scott Carney. It was simplified to user who may always used tools such as XABCD Pattern and Long Position / Short Position, which consume a lot of time, recommended for both beginner and expert of Harmonic Pattern Traders. XABCD Pattern require tool usage of Magnet tool either Strong...
Using the new input.price() function we can now automate our fibonacci tools a little better.
This tool is designed with the intention of trading off of a fibonacci level using alerts.
How to use:
1.Add the indicator to your chart.
2. Place the bottom price where you would normally start your fibonnaci drawing
3. Place the top price where you would normally...