How to add an indicator to your chart

Explanation on how to add a premium or a free indicator to your chart

To add a premium indicator (invite-only script) to a chart, follow these steps:

  • Navigate to the chart you want to add the indicator to.

  • Click on "Indicators" .

  • Once you clicked on "Indicators" on the left side you will see "invite-only script" button.

  • Select the indicator you want to add from the list of available options, e.g. Easy Trade Pro.

We publish our indicators from two different Tradingview accounts. The accounts where you can find our indicators are:

  1. Trading Paradise (Trading_Paradise): This is our main account. You can visit our Trading Paradise account on TradingView by clicking here.

  2. Head of Developers (Texmoonbeam): This account is managed by our Head of Developers. You can visit our Developer's account on Tradingview by clicking here.

  3. Configure the indicator through the settings menu to set your preferences.

  4. Don't forget to apply the changes and click on the "OK" button

Please don’t worry if you see that the indicators are coming from two different accounts when you make a purchase. Both accounts are officially associated with us, and this distribution helps us manage our indicators efficiently.


To add a free indicator to your chart, follow these steps:

  1. Open your trading platform or software and navigate to the chart you want to add the indicator to.

  2. Look for the "Indicators" button and click on it. This will bring up a list of available indicators.

  3. Search a specific name like "RSI Divergences on price chart - Open Source Code" or Scroll through the list of indicators until you find the one you want to add. If you know the name of the indicator, you can use the search function to find it quickly.

  4. Click on the indicator to select it. This will bring up a dialog box where you can customize the indicator's settings.

  5. Configure the indicator's settings to your preferences. You can adjust things like the color, line style, and period length, depending on the indicator.

  6. Once you're happy with your settings, click "OK" to apply the indicator to your chart.

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