Moxie Indicator – Moxie Time frames
One Moxie indicator, multiple time frames. The Moxie indicator takes advantage of specific times discussed in this tutorial.
In the below screenshot, the Moxie indicator suite for TOS consists of 5 studies in total.
The ST_MoxieIndicator study is designed to work properly with any of the below Moxie Time Frames.
Moxie Time Frames:
The one-minute time period has been added to the Moxie Time Frames.
- 1 minute
- 2 minute
- 5 minute
- 15 minute
If your chart is set to any time frame other than the above, Moxie may not display correctly.
15 minutes chart High / Low setting
There is an input in the Moxie settings that is specific to 15-minute charts. Depending on the market of the 15-minute time frame, the input for the Moxie on the 15-minute chart should be manually set appropriately. This only applies to a 15-minute chart.
Moxie Price Signals companion study
The price signal companion study is available on TOS and Trading View.
Moxie Price Signals will print arrows below or above price bars when the Moxie indicator has crossed its zero line. The arrows will print until a new stair step of the Moxie indicator forms. Arrows only mean moxie has crossed the zero line and are not indicative of strength, momentum, etc.
There is only one Moxie indicator needed, however, there are 3 individual studies for the companion Moxie price signals study.
Moxie Price Signals are only for use on the following time frames:
The three price signal studies must be applied to a chart of the appropriate time frame. For instance, a Weekly Moxie Price Signal study should only be applied to a chart set to a weekly time frame, otherwise, the study will either not display, or may display incorrectly.
This screenshot is a daily chart. The Moxie Price Signals Daily is applied to the chart.
The Moxie indicator populates in the lower of the chart and works with the Daily, weekly, hourly, 15, 5, 2, and 1-minute charts.
Moxie Price Signals populate in the price section of the chart and work with weekly, daily, or hourly time frames.