The Peak Activity Levels indicator displays support and resistance levels from prices accompanied by significant volume. The indicator includes a histogram returning the frequency of closing prices falling between two parallel levels, each bin shows the number of bullish candles within the levels.
Length: Lookback for the detection of volume...
Simple Fibonacci Retracement is a free and easy to use script to plot Fibonacci levels, for any assets like Stocks, Forex, Commodities , Cryptocurrencies etc. on any time frame chart.
Fibonacci Levels can be plotted using Lookback or manual Price input from the settings.
1. Lookback type - Candles
Determines the High and Low price of the user input number...
This indicator displays the market open and close price levels for the main trading sessions (Sydney, Tokyo, Frankfurt, London and New York). The Daily Line changes color depending on if price is trading above or below the level. Feel free to add or replace levels depending on your trading style and trading times.
This indicator automatically draws up to Three Sets of Fibonacci Pivot levels based on the previous Candle period's Range (High-Low). The HLC3 is used as the default Pivotal level. Only the most Recent period Candle Levels are displayed. The longer Weekly and Monthly sets are particularly useful in finding long term Supply and Demand levels.
The three sets of...
Indicator for quickly identifying support and resistance levels. It is possible to use the parameter of the length of the upper and lower levels. The larger it is, the stronger the levels of the levels. The smaller it is, the less strong the levels are. It is possible to go back and turn off labels and lines. By default, the labels and lines are...
Displays horizontal lines that represent support and resistance levels.
You can use it with any symbol and on any timeframe.
Parameter 'Time range' means number of candles in consideration. The beginning of the range is marked with a little violet circle.
The more 'Sensitivity' is, the more levels are displayed.