This is a Binance index for all coins under 100 sats.
Designed for TRI users from www.therationalinvestor.com
Coins included :
Pundi X (NPXS)
Nucleus Vision (NCASH)
Time New Bank (TNB)
All credits goes to @pequet (the...
Binary Index Bars can be used for analysis of binary options. Each bar goes up or down 1 unit based on the open and close of the traditional Japanese candle. The number associated with the indicator (aka the "Index") is the accumulated count of ups and downs for the available history of the chart, which will show positive or negative drift.
SHIT35 is an index of 35 Binance alt/BTC pairs. It provides traders with a more reliable read of BTC pairs price movement than the often uncorrelated USD market cap standard.
Because it must read data coming from 35 markets, SHIT35 is painfully slow and should be kept hidden most of the time. Its features will hopefully seduce traders in using it nonetheless for...
The Commodity Selection Index ("CSI") is a momentum indicator. It was
developed by Welles Wilder and is presented in his book New Concepts in
Technical Trading Systems. The name of the index reflects its primary purpose.
That is, to help select commodities suitable for short-term trading.
A high CSI rating indicates that the commodity has strong trending...
TV doesn't allow you to view the Bitcoin Liquid Index on lower time frames if you aren't a Premium subscriber >:(
I cheesed the system by recreating the formula that BNC uses. It isn't an exact replica, but very very close!
It can be slow to load due to the security( ) calls.
Default settings use...
a quick and simple tampering with the SKEW Index (also known as the "Black Swan Index")
Personally, I find it quite difficult to use the SKEW Index as a reliable indicator. Nevertheless I implemented a ranking system (from 0 to 100) with the option to include a certain time period (default: 252 trading days (units)) and a moving average (default: 21 days...
Canadian Dollar Currency Index updates in real time and doesn't close like tradingview.com's currency indexes. Based off of the Bank of Canada's CEER methodology and tracks it quite closely, although not perfectly. It seems to be higher than the Bank of Canada's index by 2 points. This could be due to using different data for the currencies and as I am not...
This indicator was originally developed by Curtis McKallip Jr. (Stocks & Commodities, V.10:7 (296-299): "The Damping Index").
It indentifies bars where the highs and lows are getting close and closer. A high Damping Index value means that the difference between the high price and low price is becoming lower and the security price is reaching equilibrium. A low...
An index of LTC, ETH, and BCH sans SV equally weighted by market cap.
The index is weighed to 10,000 on the 1st of September, 2018.
The formula used should be the same as the one found in BGCI, with the result being the product of all individual market caps to the power of their own cap that is divided by the sum of all caps.
If you enjoy my scripts and would...
Displays two of Fundstrat's Indexes as taken from TradingView.
Options to configure include displaying the first, second or both chosen indexes as well as a ratio of the two.
When comparing indexes, they're a bit "off", as data is not backfilled in consideration for initial index weighting. Feature not a bug?
This indicator was originally developed by Paul L. Dysart in the 1930s and then described and popularized by Norman G. Fosback in his book "Stock Market Logic: A Sophisticated Approach to Profits on Wall Street"
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This indicator was originally developed by Donald Dorsey (Stocks & Commodities, V.10:6 (June, 1992): "The Mass Index").
Specially for @AlexMayorov:
If indicator reaches 27 and then falls to below 26.5 then it could be a signal of potential trend reversal.
Early version of a script to compare one currency against multiple to get an index.
Default values loaded basically make something along the lines of, "USD global exchange rate"
I plan on making this less clunky/messy in future with respect to the coding and the user inputs. Works 100% right now though.
A simple modification of the built-in "Average Directional Index":
To identify wether there is an uptrend or a downtrend, the function color is conditional:
no trend: black
small uptrend (weak threshold): light green
big uptrend (strong threshold): green
small downtrend (weak threshold): light red
big downtrend (strong threshold): red