RSI and MoneyFlowIndex dots instead of arrows?

Shinthus

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I know as a directional trader myself, I already have useful arrows from the plethora of great studies provided on these forums. To add any more would be too much. This is where I got the idea of having dots for the overbought/oversold regions of the RSI and MFI.

What I'm specifically asking for, is if colored dots can hover over/below the price action candlesticks while the price is in overbought/oversold territory. Check out the image below for a visual.



Does anyone know if this is possible?
 
BenTen

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You can change your RSI line to dots if that's what you're looking for.

 
markos

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Also, Take a look at JQ's workbench which is #14 in the Universe of TS. He uses them all over his charts and therein will lie the way to do it.
 
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@Shinthus That is RSI 30/70 OB/OS blue dots. Just threw it together quickly if that is useful then just need to move dots away from bars. Seems not very useful to me. The RSI colored candles look of more use.
 
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@Shinthus That is RSI 30/70 OB/OS blue dots. Just threw it together quickly if that is useful then just need to move dots away from bars. Seems not very useful to me. The RSI colored candles look of more use.
How did you get the blue dots to appear only when OB and OS happens?
 
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@Shinthus Because that is what you asked for. 😖
Just kidding. Do not have the code available right now. Something like Plot ob = rsi > overbought Plot os = rsi < oversold and painting strat is dots.
 
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hi that indicator looks cool,is it a RSI with a Stochastic oscillators
are they plotted together?
 
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hi that indicator looks cool,is it a RSI with a Stochastic oscillators
are they plotted together?
@whats up please be more specific as to which indicator you are asking about. Also, if you are directing the question at someone specific, please remember the @ symbol and their name so they are notified, especially on an older thread like this. Thanks.
 
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@Hguru do you happen to have the study in this lower panel available that you could post here? Greatly appreciate it!
 
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If I remember correctly it is DVI (gray line) and SMI (colored line) and the arrows are some kind of divergence between the two. The author can explain it I am sure.
 
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@whats up please be more specific as to which indicator you are asking about. Also, if you are directing the question at someone specific, please remember the @ symbol and their name so they are notified, especially on an older thread like this. Thanks.
i am sorry still new to this
 
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@Hguru do you happen to have the study in this lower panel available that you could post here? Greatly appreciate it!
@markos the indicator above is that a RSI and S
i am sorry still new to this
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@Hguru do you happen to have the study in this lower panel available that you could post here? Greatly appreciate it!
@markos
How did you get the blue dots to appear only when OB and OS happens?
@Shinthus
do you happen to have the study in this lower panel, it looks interesting,greatly Appreciate it Thanks
 

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