Color Candles cross Kijun Sen

About the indicator

This indicator draws different sets of colored candlesticks above and below the Kijun Sen (KS) line.

  • Candlesticks above the KS line are colored blue (bullish) and dark blue (bearish).
  • Candlesticks below the KS line are colored light red (bullish) and dark red (bearish).

Users should make sure that the Kijun Sen period on the presented indicator exactly matches the regular Kijun Sen.

Users should make sure that the Kijun Sen period on the presented indicator exactly matches the regular Kijun Sen.

Before using this indicator, you must remove the price line from the chart (see the instructions below).

Before using this indicator, you must remove the price line from the chart (see the instructions below).

Notes: Although the price chart is hidden, it is not disabled, and the Open, High, Low, and Close prices are available in the “Market Overview” window of the terminal (Ctrl D or View → Market Overview). The accuracy of the Open, High, Low and Close parameters of the indicator can be checked by comparing them with Open, High, Low and Close in the “Market Overview” window of the terminal.

Parameters

All input data and parameters set by default can be changed and saved permanently to a custom file with the .set extension for later recall and reuse using the “Load” and “Save” buttons on the “Parameters” tab. To change the colors, use the Options tab, not the Colors tab.

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  • Kijun-sen Period – 100;                      
  • Above MA up candle – CornflowerBlue;
  • Above MA down candle ( bear candle above MA) – RoyalBlue;
  • Below MA up candle (bullish candle under MA) – Red;
  • Below MA down candle ( bear candle under MA) – FireBrick.


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