The idea is to make it more visible if the moment is to seek buying or selling, based on moving averages, being SMA 21 and EMA 9.
best BUYBAR has the EMA9 and SMA21 rising and closing above them. "relevance A"
best SELLBAR has the EMA9 and SMA21 dropping and closing below them. "relevance A"
Conditions for all colors of the candlesticks:
BuyBar A = price...
I've modified the original script by Wiscodish to show any candle that's smaller than the median of the previous 10 as green. As soon as it crosses the median point it'll change colour to gray.
I've also added a horizontal line where the median is so you can see how close the candle is to becoming large.
This Script plots the BTC Dominance chart in an indicator window, so you don't have to bother with tabs as much when doing your analysis.
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I hope you enjoy the script :)
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The script adds wicks to the RSI candle indicator.
It is based on the RSI candle indicator by cI8DH.
Note that the definition of these wicks is not unique.
The implementation uses an RSI calculated from the highs and lows for the wicks.
Why use RSI Candles instead of a normal RSI? Because it removes screen clutter, and it also allows you to clearly see what level of overbought/oversold the candle is really at. Sometimes, it is hard to tell that a candle is overbought/oversold or very overbought/sold when it is exactly at 70 or 80. (as shown by arrows, scroll left on chart)
Original RSI Candles...
This script helps identify indecision candles on for better entries into trade reversals. Note that I don't believe this signal/indicator should be used as a sole basis for entering/exiting a trade. This is simply to help you have an edge in terms of your chart/candle analysis when your brain fails to keep up with your trades.