Used to show Contango or Backwardation in futures contracts vs spot price. You can input your own tickers so can technically can be used to compare anything.
* In this example I'm showing Okex Quarterly contract vs Okex spot index price because it showcases it better.
* If you are using this after 2019 the default setting will not work because I set it to...
Compare the BTC price at your preferred exchange against 7 other exchanges. Avoid trades at poor market value, target trades at good market value.
Average price across 8 exchanges is the 0 line, with your selected exchange displayed green if it's below the average price, red if it's above the average price. Values are displayed as distance from the average,...
Updates to xSilas Godmode Oscillator published December 19th, 2014
Thanks to LEGION, LAZYBEAR, Ni6HTH4wK, xSilas
Changed default sources to include BITSTAMP and REMOVED BTC-e
Changed default lengths for SCALPING SUPREMACY - See Instructions
Changed "Caution dots" to RED because YELLOW was hard to see.
I mostly Ignore the oscillators and only...
Margin Sniper uses 2 levels for overbought and oversold to overlay possible trades on the chart. You can adjust its sensitivity by either increasing or decreasing the overbought and oversold threshold numbers. It must meet one of these levels and the short-term trend has to change direction for it to create the alert and entry on the overlay.
A fancy styled version of the RSI (Relative Stochastic Index) + MFI (Money Flow Index) oscillators in order to emphasize buy and sell opportunities.
The 80 and 20 Bands are meant to be used in Bull or Bear markets. Better performing in D timeframes.
The circles represent the cross between RSI and MFI .
Designed for Crypto Markets
Alerts for famous Turtle Trading Rules. Based on work from tmr0 and ossettia . It can be used with Autoview.
If you have any advice on how to further improve the script, please let me know by PM or comment below. Thanks!
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A simple visual representation of leverage implications in Bitmex.
Can be used as a guide to place stops or targets to as the chart tends to jump from one liquidation point to another, most of the time.
Different leverages can be selected.
If I made a mistake in the percentages, please let me know so I can correct it! ;-)
Extends the display of the Relative Strength Index (RSI) by shorts and longs from Bitmex and shows them as a diagram.
How to interpret the display?
- blue line is the default Relative Strength Index
- red line means "oversold
- green line "overbought"
- grey dotted line up/down indicates the optimal range for up and down movements 30 to 70
- in general, the...
Originally built off of "Oscarvs: BITCOIN KILL ZONES v2" indicator, updated to now highlight a different time period based event.
1. The indicator should not be affected by what time zone you are in, it will show true Funding periods by default.
2. This needs to be used on the 1min time frame to be used to its full extent
3. The more the funding fee is the more...
Can be extended with more derivative or spot pairs, see the comments in the code for instructions. Most importantly, the pairs need to be added to the respective arrays in the same order, so that the weights are applied to the correct pairs.
simple tool to calculate where the positions are liquidated. each color is a level of default leverage used on mex, eg. 10x,25x, and so on.
there is an offset input to adjust the levels horizontally, to make it easier to see in time where the positions got liquidated
This script compares FTX BTC/PERP (BTC perpetual futures contract) price to Binance BTC/USDT spot and colors it red. It also plots Bitmex's BTC perpetual futures compared to Binance spot and colors it blue.
FTX = red
Bitmex = blue
Now you can easily see that you can get a 1% discount on FTX perpetuals when it is tanking. This tells you that you can set your...
Plots the RSI for the current chart (same as the built-in RSI indicator) and adds the RSI values for the Shorts and Longs (S&L) from Bitmex. The main reason I've used the RSI value is to have it on the same scale as the price chart's RSI. The general trend of the S&L is preserved.
This indicator evaluates the trend based on crosses of two McGinley moving averages. It paints candles accordingly (it does not repaint), so you can see what the indicator is saying more clearly and stay in your trade until you see a period of consolidation or a reversal. You can control how far away those moving averages need to be for you to consider it a trend....