Some time ago I published my "All-Time High/Low Widget". I was asked to build and 52w weeks version.
So finally it's ready. It works pretty much the same way but uses a time period only of 52weeks.
You can also change the number of weeks in the parameters.
You can plot the levels and display some stats when 52W high/low happened and how far away are we at this...
Today we have a simple, but endlessly versatile, indicator that plots the X Period High/Low/Mid of your chosen market.
Traditionally the 52 week High/Low is used as a breakout signal. However, by changing to an X period, and adding a midway line, we create a more versatile indicator that can be tailored to various markets.
By default it's set at 250 periods...
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Indicator consist of moving averages (MA).
This indicator make it easier for me to switch between few MA lines.
- used for intraday.
2. MA50 and Ichimoku
- to analyze swing trend
- display only MA50 and ichimoku cloud
3. MA20, MA50 and MA200
- to analyze the trend
- for swing trade
4. Lines 52 Week High / Low
- display both lines as guide when trading
This script adds the 52 weeks (one year) high/low to the chart but it wouldn't update the value on the current trading day, so that it would remain at the same level for the whole trading day. It can come really handy for day trading the day of the 52 weeks high/low breakout/breakdown.
Plots 52 Weeks historical high and low with respect to each bar.
Works on all timeframes - minute, days, weeks, months - and always plots 52 weeks historical high and low.
The 52 weeks lookback window slides backwards as we plot for older / historical bars on the chart.
Instead of 52 weeks, number of weeks to look back can be specified using 'No. of weeks to...