ICT Previous Day High/Low indicator


ciriusone

Member
Does anyone have a download link for the ICT Previous Day High/Low indicator? (NOTE: Just want the previous day high/low indicator; not the monthly high, previous monthly high, weekly high, etc.)

Thanks,
Dan
 

Computater707

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ciriusone said:
Does anyone have a download link for the ICT Previous Day High/Low indicator? (NOTE: Just want the previous day high/low indicator; not the monthly high, previous monthly high, weekly high, etc.)

Thanks,
Dan
welcome to fx gears.

I don't think there is an ICT indicator just for that- the closest I can think of is the Traders trinity else where on this site. There are daily hi low indicators on other sites if you search for them.
 

jaywalker

Active Member
ciriusone said:
Does anyone have a download link for the ICT Previous Day High/Low indicator? (NOTE: Just want the previous day high/low indicator; not the monthly high, previous monthly high, weekly high, etc.)

Thanks,
Dan
AusDocs Pivots Plus vs 2 indicator should do this for you, just turn all the settings off (or "false") in the inputs tab. I think you can find it to download in the indicator forum/section
 

ciriusone

Member
Hi Jaywalker,
I couldn't find AusDocs Pivots Plus vs 2 indicator when I put it in the "indicator search engine" on this site; however, I decided to use the ###Daily-Weekly-Monthly Hi/Lo indicator instead. Thanks for the response.
Dan
 
Hey fellow traders. In one of the recent ICT videos on youtube i noticed Mr. Hudson has a different killzone indicator, as in the attached image. Anyone have the same indicator and wouldn't mind sharing?
 

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Computater707

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collectionofcells said:
Hey fellow traders. In one of the recent ICT videos on youtube i noticed Mr. Hudson has a different killzone indicator, as in the attached image. Anyone have the same indicator and wouldn't mind sharing?
I have seen ICT draw those Kill zone markers with a rectangle and two trend lines and then add a label. I am not aware of specific indicator identifies them this way.
 

rod178

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It is a rather simple matter to code the 'killzones, just remember to also code the Daylight saving shifts. eg

http://i64.tinypic.com/2mounsx.png

Many traders are looking to be spoon fed. imho the only indicators worth using are those that you code yourself. ie forced understanding. Also forget all that Fibonacci crap and prepackaged indicators unless you understand what is behind the (mostly) dog vomit pretty pictures, eg do you really believe that Fibonacci numbers .represent the order of the Universe or that Oversold means that price will soon drop etc etc etc?

Get over being the one on the left and do not expect the existence of the one on the right.
[IMG]http://i63.tinypic.com/2wekhhk.jpg
 

rod178

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Many traders are looking to be spoon fed. imho the only indicators worth using are those that you code yourself. ie forced understanding. Also forget all that Fibonacci crap and prepackaged indicators unless you understand what is behind the (mostly) dog vomit pretty pictures, eg do you really believe that Fibonacci numbers .represent the order of the Universe or that Oversold means that price will soon drop etc etc etc?

Get over being the one on the left and do not expect the existence of the one on the right.
 

Th3Lucky1

Just another 1
rod178 said:
Many traders are looking to be spoon fed. imho the only indicators worth using are those that you code yourself. ie forced understanding. Also forget all that Fibonacci crap and prepackaged indicators unless you understand what is behind the (mostly) dog vomit pretty pictures, eg do you really believe that Fibonacci numbers .represent the order of the Universe or that Oversold means that price will soon drop etc etc etc?

Get over being the one on the left and do not expect the existence of the one on the right.
1+1=2? Than its not a belief. Its just the way it is :p..

TL1
 

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