Renko charts are awesome . They reduce noise by only painting a brick on the chart when price moves by a specified amount up/down. When the price reverses, it must go twice the specified amount before a brick is painted. Time is not a factor, just price movement. Sometimes however, you want the pros of a renko chart, but on a regular candlestick chart. This...
Despite I am not a big fan of Renko I spent some time to solve a common problem of chart type identification using absolutely obvious technique: Renko bricks have the same size. That's all. Not a cutting-edge maths.
This tool allows to identify:
ATR Renko charts (see ^)
Traditional Renko charts
Here is example for Traditional Renko:
This strategy lets you plot Renko open and close values, based on your preferred Renko size brick, on normal candle chart. You can use it on any timeframe, define your preferred brick size and trailing stop.