The "Liquidity Zones" indicator is a tool for traders to identify high and low liquidity areas on a chart. The indicator plots the highest and lowest volume levels within a rolling window of a specified period and calculates the corresponding price levels and zones at which those volumes occurred. The calculated areas represent key support and resistance levels in the market.
HOW TO USE
Once added, the indicator will plot the high and low liquidity zones on the chart based on the settings. Users can then adjust the indicator inputs to customize its behavior and appearance. Additionally, users can set up trading alerts based on the indicator's signals by clicking the "Create Alert" button in the alert section of the indicator's settings.
The bar coloring feature helps users identify trends and sideways market conditions. When this feature is enabled, the bars on the chart are colored based on their position relative to the highest volume levels calculated by the indicator. If a bar's closing price is above the zone, the bar is colored green. If the closing price is below the zone, the bar is colored red. If the closing price is between these two levels, the bar is colored blue.
This color-coding makes it easy to quickly identify periods of bullish or bearish momentum in the market. When the bars are mostly green, it suggests that buyers are in control and the market is in an uptrend. Conversely, when the bars are mostly red, it suggests that sellers are in control and the market is in a downtrend. The blue bars, on the other hand, indicate a sideways or consolidating market, where neither buyers nor sellers are clearly in control. These periods can be difficult to trade, as there is often a lack of clear direction in price movements.
When the Support/Resistance coloring feature is enabled, the indicator colors the high liquidity zones based on whether the opening and closing prices of the latest candle are above or below the zone. If the opening and closing prices are both above the high liquidity zone, the zone is colored green, indicating potential support. Conversely, if the opening and closing prices are both below the high liquidity zone, the zone is colored red, indicating potential resistance. If the opening and closing prices are inside the high liquidity zone, the zone is colored blue, indicating a neutral zone where price may continue to oscillate. This feature can help traders identify potential areas of support and resistance, and provide insights into market sentiment.
The indicator also includes trading alerts based on the position of the price relative to the highest volume zones. If the price goes above the zone, the indicator will trigger a bullish signal. If the price goes below the level, the indicator will trigger a bearish signal.
The indicator has several customizable inputs that allow users to tailor its behavior to their preferences. These inputs include:
Period: The number of bars over which to calculate the highest and lowest volumes. The default value is 20. Recommended value range 10-500.
Bar coloring: Whether to color the bars based on their position relative to the high liquidity zones. The default value is false.
Support/Resistance coloring: Whether the high liquidity zone should be colorized depending on whether the price is above or below it. The default value is false.
Display high liquidity zones: Whether to display the high liquidity zones on the chart. The default value is true.
Display low liquidity levels: Whether to display the low liquidity levels on the chart. The default value is false.
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