CSC_Histo-Macchiato RSI by CoffeeShopCrypto

Macchiato-SuperTrend-Oscillator

Introducing "The Macchiato" – your go-to indicator in the realm of trading, meticulously crafted by CoffeeShopCrypto. Much like the complex flavors of a well-made Macchiato, this tool offers a robust suite of functionalities designed to enhance your trading experience across Forex, stocks, and cryptocurrencies.

The Macchiato stands out for its distinct ability to confirm market trends, identify building momentum, and navigate through periods of market stalls. Drawing cues from the RSI (Relative Strength Index), its color scheme dynamically reflects the shifts in market forces, providing traders with real-time insights into price action dynamics.

Gone are the days of navigating through market uncertainties blindly. With The Macchiato at your disposal, you gain a more clear understanding of market movements, helping you to make informed decisions with confidence. Whether you're a seasoned trader or just starting out, this indicator adds more confluence to your trading strategy, ensuring that you stay ahead of the curve in today's fast-paced trading environment.

So, say goodbye to guesswork and hello to precision trading with The Macchiato – where real-time data analysis meets actionable insights, all in the quest for trading success.

The Histogram:
The Macchiato Histogram gives you a representation of current change in closing values against the closing values within a "Range" of the lookback period. It calculates your price ranging extremes of the highest high vs lowest low according to your lookback setting. Then it shows you whether the momentum of these closing prices calculated against the highs or the lows is either rising or falling. It takes into account the difference in the highs, lows, open and closing prices as a whole. This helps to determine the actual trend of your market structure.

Histogram Rising / Falling:

The Histogram of the Macchiato doesn't care about being above or below zero. Since we are simply calculating momentum rising or falling, then we only care that the histogram is rising or falling. Especially when it's doing this in line with our Macchiato Average.

Macchiato Average:

Included is a smoothing line called "the Macchiato Average"

Using the average is just like using a moving average against price action, however here we are using one against momentum to determine whether price is moving against, with, better, or worse than the current average of momentum.

The RSI:

The base purpose of the RSI in this tool is mainly to color the columns of the Histogram.

I gave you the benefit of exposing the RSI so you can see where it lies in the oscillator for any additional strategies you may use.

How the RSI Colors the Histogram:

The Histogram has 4 momentum colors and 1 non-momentum color.

They are described below but here we will understand why they exist the way they do against the RSI positioning.

The 4 momentum colors:

You can have the RSI in 4 different positions against its moving average.

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Trend Trading Colors and setups:

Strong Long - RSI above zero and above its average is a strong long trend.

Strong Short - RSI below zero and below its average is a strong short trend.

These can also be seen as breakout indications.

Counter Trend Trading and Setups:

Weak Long - RSI above zero and below its average is a weak long trend.

Weak Short - RSI below zero and above its average is a weak short trend.

(Only trade weak momentum to known internal support and resistance areas.)

You'll notice that when the RSI is set up against its RSI Moving average under these conditions, the Histogram is colored accordingly to tell you whether you have strong or weak momentum.

For these colors to appear accordingly, the RSI and the momentum of the histogram must be moving in the same direction as each other.

The 5th color of the Histogram:

(GRAY)

This is where there is a divergence / disagreement between your RSI setup and the momentum being observed. If momentum is moving one way and the force of the RSI is not matching the overall momentum, you have a divergence. This commonly means that higher timeframe momentum is in disagreement to lower or current timeframe closing momentum changes.

Conditions of a Bullish Trending Market

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The color scheme has specific implications when all columns are above zero.
As noted before, the Macchiato doesn't care that it is above or below zero. It simply needs to be rising or falling. The color scheme is depicted by what the RSI is doing in relation to ZERO and where it lies against its average.
This image helps to differentiate what is happening with momentum when in a strong bullish market.

The color scheme is always the same. You always have 4 conditions of momentum.
According to the default settings:
Strong Long = Dark Green
Weak Long = Light Green
Strong Short = Dark Red
Weak short = Light Red
The final color is GRAY which is standard for a NON directional market.

You can alter the colors as you choose for your chart background and color preference.

Macchiato Bias Line Conditions

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The "Bias Line" helps you understand whether your current momentum is traveling into opposing forces or if your momentum is going WITH the bias.
Going against the bias would be like momentum and price action converging against each other.
Going in the same direction would offer much larger movements on price.

Trading Internal Support and Resistance

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Noting previous price action, pivots, and price swings is important in its use.
When you see momentum coming to a halt or changing, note the previous price action that you are approaching. You should see the histogram change its color, telling you where momentum is ending in its current direction.



EXAMPLE BULLISH MARKET FLIP
There is the exception however that when the market flips, from bearish to bullish, you can see the following:
BIAS LINE switches to a Bullish Bias
Histogram is showing Strong Long Color
Histogram stays ahead of the BIAS line
Price should break previous swing highs to create new highs.


Strategy you can use in observance. (short pause, to pullback, to continued short)

If the momentum is rising while RSI is falling you'll have gray columns until the RSI is in the correct positions against its average.

For your trend to continue downward you are looking for dark red or "Strong Short" columns.

When there is a disagreement, your columns will be gray and then switch to weak long. (Light Green)

This is because your RSI is above its average while the RSI is bearish.

This light green area can be observed as the pullback area.

If you only want to trade short, you would wait for the pullback to be complete.

This occurs when the weak long changes back to gray and then strong short, or skipping gray into strong short.

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Comments 5

CSCFoundation on Wednesday, 17 April 2024 04:57

is this like a updated version of the Caffinecrush? seems almsot the same but with a more up to date precision. Excited to test this one out

is this like a updated version of the Caffinecrush? seems almsot the same but with a more up to date precision. Excited to test this one out
spin360 on Wednesday, 17 April 2024 11:40

Thanks for this. It looks like it will be useful as an additional confluence, and also to filter out bad trades.

Thanks for this. It looks like it will be useful as an additional confluence, and also to filter out bad trades.
ChangPengZhao on Wednesday, 17 April 2024 16:02

Thanks Eric, please I want to test this useful tool.

Thanks Eric, please I want to test this useful tool.
slight on Thursday, 18 April 2024 09:35

How I can add this indicator Eric?

How I can add this indicator Eric?
CoffeeShopCrypto on Thursday, 18 April 2024 14:04

Click the button that tells you to "add it to your chart"
on Tradingview make it your favorite and then go to your chart.
Click "Indicators" and look at your favs.
Otherwise you would type in
CoffeeShopCrypto in the Indicators search tab and you can add it there.

Click the button that tells you to "add it to your chart" on Tradingview make it your favorite and then go to your chart. Click "Indicators" and look at your favs. Otherwise you would type in CoffeeShopCrypto in the Indicators search tab and you can add it there.
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