Thinkorswim Watchlist TTM Squeeze 2


Thinkorswim Watchlist TTM Squeeze

Thinkorswim Watchlist TTM Squeeze

Thinkorswim Watchlist TTM Squeeze

This video shows how to add a column to any watchlist displaying red or green to show you which stocks are in a squeeze. Additionally, this code will count the number of green dots since the last squeeze ended. Zeros mean the stock is in a squeeze. Values greater than zero indicate a stock that has exited the squeeze and is potentially ready for a big move. You can sort the watchlist by this column so you can spot the stocks that have just recently exited the squeeze.

Be sure to watch the video so you understand how to install it. This indicator compliments a previous video we published that displays the colors of the TTM Squeeze histogram in a watchlist. Use these together to create a ‘radar screen’ similar to those used in TradeStation. In a single glance you can see stocks that are ready to make a move and which direction the indicator is predicting.

John Carter’s TTM Squeeze is a licensed study available free on the Thinkorswim platform. This code does not expose any source code as it is fully protected by the Thinkorswim platform.

DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL ADVISOR AND NOTHING IN THIS VIDEO OR TEXT IS AN ADVERTISEMENT OR RECOMMENDATION TO BUY OR SELL ANY FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT. NOR IS THIS VIDEO OR TEXT INTENDED TO INSTRUCT YOU ON HOW TO MAKE BUY OR SELL DECISIONS USING ANY OF THESE INDICATORS.

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input price = CLOSE;
input length = 20;
input nK = 1.5;
input nBB = 2.0;
input alertLine = 1.0;
def squeezeDots = TTM_Squeeze(price, length, nK, nBB, alertLine).SqueezeAlert;
def alertCount = if squeezeDots[1] == 0 and squeezeDots == 1 then 1 else if squeezeDots == 1 then alertCount[1] + 1 else 0;
plot data = alertCount;
data.AssignValueColor(if alertCount > 0 then Color.BLACK else Color.WHITE);
AssignBackgroundColor(if alertCount == 0 then Color.RED else Color.GREEN);

 

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2 thoughts on “Thinkorswim Watchlist TTM Squeeze

  • Hilario Dsouza

    Hi Pete, On the TTM squeeze I wanted to setup a trigger (Plot) on the COLOR of the BAR. For Example if the COLOR is LIGHT BLUE or YELLOW then setup an alert. I see you did something similar in the video above. I am planning to use the color of the bar along with the MACD and stochastic indicator. I wrote the initial lines of code, but I am not sure how to get to the Yellow Bars.
    Thanks
    Hilario
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    input price = CLOSE;
    input length = 20;
    input nK = 1.5;
    input nBB = 2.0;
    input alertLine = 1.0;

    def yellowbar = TTM_Squeeze(price, length, nK, nBB, alertLine).SqueezeAlert;