This indicator automatically plots the chosen timeframe's high, low, mid point and open. These levels on higher timeframes act as support and resistance levels on lower timeframes, helping find entries, stoploss and profit targets.
Most common timeframes to choose are Daily, 1W, 1M, and 3M. Other timeframes that are good include, 2D, 2W and 2M.
For example, you...
Contains all past levels that we need
1. Previous Monthly High
2. Previous Monthly Low
3. Previous Weekly High
4. Previous Weekly Low
5. Previous Daily High
6. Previous Daily Low
7. Previous Monthly Range Average (PMH+PML)/2
8. Previous WeeklyRange Average (PWH+PWL)/2
9. Previous Daily Range Average (PDH+PDL)/2
10. Monthly Open
11. Weekly Open
12. Daily Open
Combines oscarvs' BTC Killzones with four EMAs and the trader's 13/49 golden cross as well as the investor's 50/200 golden cross. Note that the killzones highlight the first two hours of market action in each of the three main crypto markets, so this time period will have to be adjusted for daylight savings time in April and in November.
The script combines 3 single Bollinger bands into one script for easy plotting and range modification. It can be used for analyzing a market with multiple time frames and ranges using Fibonacci series as the range.
Indicator gives the High-Low range of 18 currency pairs. There is a High Ave which is the average of the top four (you may need to adjust which ones are in the average) as well as the bottom four Low Ave. The picture is of a weekly chart with the indicator set at 12 week average of the High-Low range with a .7 (70%) multiplier. When I am looking for week long...