You can choose between 4 different market sessions. The default ones are Tokyo, London, New York and Sydney but you can easily customize the times, names and colors to make the script plot any session you need. Sessions can be viewed in 4 different ways: boxes, zones, timelines, or just colored candles, all with customizable appearances. You can make your chart cleaner by merging sessions overlaps, choosing a custom lookback period and also picking between various additional settings such as viewing session High/Low or Open/Close change in % or pips, hiding weekends, viewing the Open/Close Line to identify session’s direction and 0.5 level to see session’s “Equilibrium” and much more. More updates with interesting tools will be added in the future.
Note: The script will plot the correct default Tokyo, London, New York and Sydney sessions automatically, your chart/Tradingview app timezone does not matter! If you wish to tweak the open/close times of sessions, just make sure you input them in UTC (but even this can be changed later in the settings)
- You can show/hide Tokyo Session, rename it, change the color and set up start/end time.
- You can show/hide London Session, rename it, change the color and set up start/end time.
- You can show/hide New York Session, rename it, change the color and set up start/end time.
- You can show/hide Sydney Session, rename it, change the color and set up start/end time.
* Keep in mind that you can fully change and customize these sessions and therefore create any other sessions or a zone you wish to display.
ADDITIONAL TOOLS AND SETTINGS
1. “Change (Pips)” - this will add the pip distance between Session High and Session Low or the pip distance between Session Open and Session Close to the session label.
2. “Change (%)” - this will add the percentage distance between Session High and Session Low or the percentage distance between Session Open and Session Close to the session label.
3. “Merge Overlaps” - this will merge the overlapping sessions and show only one at a time (end of Tokyo is moved to start of London, the end of London is moved to the start of New York, end of New York is moved to start of Sydney and end of Sydney is moved to start of Tokyo).
4. “Hide Weekends” - this will prevent the script from plotting sessions over the weekend when the markets are closed.
5. “Open/Close Line” - this will draw a line from the session open to the session close (or current price, if session is ongoing).
6. “Session 0.5 Level” - this will draw a horizontal line halfway between the session’s high and the session’s low.
7. “Color Candles” - this will color the bars/candlesticks with the color of the session in which they occurred.
8. Display Type” - Choose between three different ways of session visualization (Boxes, Zones and Candles).
9. “Lookback (Days)” - this input tells the script to only draw sessions for X days back (1 = one day).
10. “Change (%/Pips) Source) - this is where you choose the source of “Change (Pips)” and ”Change (%) ” labels. Picking “Session High/Low” will show you the change between Session High and Session Low and picking “Session Open/Close” will show you the change between Session Open and Session Close.
11. “Input Timezone” - this defines the timezone of the session start/end inputs (you don’t have to change this unless you know what you’re doing)
Make sure to read future update logs to keep track of the most recent additions and settings of this script.
Box generation code inspired by Jos(TradingCode), session box visuals inspired by @boitoki's FX Market Sessions
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Siguiendo el verdadero espíritu de TradingView, el autor de este script lo ha publicado en código abierto, para que los traders puedan entenderlo y verificarlo. ¡Un hurra por el autor! Puede utilizarlo de forma gratuita, aunque si vuelve a utilizar este código en una publicación, debe cumplir con lo establecido en las Normas internas. Puede añadir este script a sus favoritos y usarlo en un gráfico.
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