Red Shade in the Top indicates that the stock is oversold and the Green shade in the bottom indicates overbought.
Enter Long once the Overbought Zone ended and there's a crossover below -35.
Exit Long once the oversold zone is ended and there's a crossover.
Enter Short once the oversold zone is ended and there's a crossover above 35.
Exit Short once the Overbought Zone ended and there's a crossover.
Backup: Always use with another indicator because there will be multiple up and down movement in one Trend.
//@version=2 //Stochastic Momentum Index // Author: Surjith S M (India) // Copyright: CC 3.0 //Thanks UCSgears, lonestar108 study("Stochastics Momentum Index", shorttitle = "Stoch_MTM") a = input(10, "Percent K Length") b = input(3, "Percent D Length") ob = input(40, "Overbought") os = input(-40, "Oversold") // Range Calculation ll = lowest (low, a) hh = highest (high, a) diff = hh - ll rdiff = close - (hh+ll)/2 avgrel = ema(ema(rdiff,b),b) avgdiff = ema(ema(diff,b),b) // SMI calculations SMI = avgdiff != 0 ? (avgrel/(avgdiff/2)*100) : 0 SMIsignal = ema(SMI,b) emasignal = ema(SMI, 10) h0 = hline(40) h1 = hline(-40) //Color Definition for Stochastic Line //col = SMI >= 40 ? green : SMI <= -40 ? red : black plot(SMIsignal, title="Stochastic", style=line, color=black) plot(emasignal, title="EMA", style=line, color=red) level_40 = 40 level_40smi = SMIsignal > level_40 ? SMIsignal : level_40 level_m40 = -40 level_m40smi = SMIsignal < level_m40 ? SMIsignal : level_m40 p1 = plot(level_40) p2 = plot(level_40smi) p3 = plot(level_m40) p4 = plot(level_m40smi) fill(p1, p2, color=red, transp=40, title='OverSold') fill(p3, p4, color=green, transp=40, title='OverBought')
I am new to trading. I just started on trading view. I found your SMI indicator quite good. But just yesterday the earlier script was changed. I found a new indicator running on the chart with the same title. Could you please let me know how I could revert back to the earlier script. thanks Ram
Color filling is not inverted. Its green as "safe to buy" and red as "be careful" .