CEF Range Predictor
CEF Range Predictor Indicator
The indicator predicts, with a specific probability, if the actual candlestick range will expand or contract compared to the range of a previous candle. Futhermore, the indicator shows the possible high or low of the actual candle, based on trend direction. (Recommeded for Daily, Weekly or Monthly timeframes).
- Determines, with a certain probability, if there will be a volatile candle range expansion or contraction for the actual candlestick.
- You will know which price levels could be the high or low for the actual candlestick.
- You can combine different timeframes' volatility expansion/contraction probability, and with it, determine a possible price direction.
- Classification: Considering the range of a previous candle, which is compared with its previous 7 candles, the indicator will assign a classification between Narrow Range and Wide range (Based Tony Crabbel Book). If the candle range is predicted to be smaller than the previous candle, the indicator will classify it as "NR" (narrow range). On the other hand, if the candle range is predicted to be bigger than the previous candle, then the indicator will classify it as "WR" (wide range). Finally, the number next to the "NR" or "WR" acronym represents the number of previous candle sticks which were used to make the prediction.
- Avg. Expansion or Constraction: It will determine the average percentage of range expansion or contraction, that the actual candle will have compared to the previous one.
- Probability: Average probability for the actual candle range to expand or contract.
- Complete: Level of range completion, as a percentage, of the actual candlestick range based on the previous candle range.
- Possible High or Low: Possible levels that the predicted price could reach, if the actual price candle accomplishes the average percentage of expansion or contraction.
- Orange Lines: Shows the possible High or Low for the actual candle stick in chart.
- Purple Lines: Shows the previous timeframe price range, in the actual candlestick in chart.