All in one [Liubam]

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Hey tradingviewers!

This is an All in one Indicator for those who can't add too many indicators on your charts. Inspired by ©LonesomeTheBlue "Indicators all in one" script. I found a lot of very interesting scripts on the public library and I decided to make a tool with some of the greatest IMO, adding some modifications to improve the indicators. With this tool you can plot 1 of 6 different indicators by selecting it from a drop-down list (on the indicator settings).

All the credit goes to it's respective owners (taggeds).


1. Classic RSI with some OB/OS tools:
The relative strength index (RSI) is a popular momentum indicator displayed as an oscillator (a line graph that moves between two extremes) that measures the magnitude of recent price changes to evaluate overbought or oversold conditions, in other words it shows signals about bullish and bearish price momentum. I added some visual improvements to help you finding the OB/OS zones.

2. Classic CCI with some OB/OS tools.
The Commodity Channel Index​ (CCI) is a momentum-based oscillator used as market indicator to help determine market movements that may indicate buying or selling. Added some vistual improvements to the chart.

3. ADX and DMI oscillator with the keylevel coded by @console:
The Average Directional Index (ADX) is non-directional indicator used by some traders to determine the strength of a trend. When the ADX line is rising (Above the keylevel) trend strength is increasing, and the price moves in the direction of the trend whether up or down. Otherwise, low ADX (Below the keylevel) is usually a sign of accumulation or distribution (Range). Non-trending doesn't mean the price isn't moving. It may not be, but the price could also be making a trend change or is too volatile for a clear direction to be present.
Suggested settings of the keylevel is 23-25.... REMEMBER: The trend may be your friend.

4. MFI
The Money Flow Index (MFI) is a technical oscillator for identifying overbought or oversold signals in an asset. Unlike conventional oscillators such as the RSI, the Money Flow Index incorporates both price and volume data, as opposed to just price. It can also be used to spot divergences which warn of a trend change in price.

5. Stochastic:
A stochastic oscillator is range-bound, meaning it is always between 0 and 100. This makes it a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions. Traditionally, readings over 80 are considered in the overbought range, and readings under 20 are considered oversold. However, these are not always indicative of impending reversal; very strong trends can maintain overbought or oversold conditions for an extended period. Instead, traders should look to changes in the stochastic oscillator for clues about future trend shifts. I added some features for this popular indicator to show the stochastic crosses.

6. The famous Squeeze momentum Indicator made by @Lazybear:
This is derivate of John Carter's "TTM Squeeze" volatility indicator and its very strong when using with trending indicator such a ADX. Black line (or no-line) on the midline show that the market just entered a squeeze ( Bollinger Bands are with in Keltner Channel). This signifies low volatility , market preparing itself for an explosive move (up or down). Gray line signify "Squeeze release". Mr.Carter suggests waiting till the gray line after a blackline, and taking a position in the direction of the momentum (for ex., if momentum value is above zero, go long). Exit the position when the momentum changes.


This script is source code protected, but you can add to your favorite list to use it. Also you can add twice to use 2 different indicators at the same time (E.g. Squeeze Momentum Indicator + ADX)

An additional indicator I made (MA Hunterz + InfoPanel) is needed to not miss good entry points.

Your valuable comment and feedback is much appreciated...
And remember indicators can be really helpfull but always use Price Action.
Notas de prensa:
Added MACD to the list of indicators
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