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...
This script prints BUY and SELL signals based on settings you input. I use it to save time while scrolling through charts deciding what alts I want to look at.
Positive EMA Crossover
Positive MACD Crossover
Single Candle Gains
I don't trade based just on the BUY or SELL from this strategy, but I have found...
This was a follower suggested script. This script compares the USDT and BTC relative prices of a particular altcoin traded on Binance by calculating it's USDT price comparative to BTC. This is a very simple calculation (ALT/USDT price divided by ALT/BTC price). From there, we simply subtract the BTC/USDT price from the ALT ration price and we can see if a coin...
Compare alt coins to the "altcoin index", an average of a selection of alt coins.
Above zero means the coin you are viewing is worth more than the index, indicating the possibility of overbought.
Below zero indicating the opposite, a possibility of oversold.
Press the cog icon to select which alt coins you want included in the index.
The coins in the...
This script utilized some new functions in Pine Script, which compares the correlation between the current symbol to a basket of crypto indexes that are listed on the FTX exchange.
By tracking these indexes we can gauge the reaction across markets that have a different market cap. By that I mean we can have a better idea about where the money is flowing into a...
This is a Binance index for all coins under 100 sats .
Designed for TRI users from www.therationalinvestor.com
Coins included :
Red Pulse Phoenix (PHX)
A set of low timeframe (LTF), medium timeframe (MTF), and high timeframe (HTF) indicators for use in crypto currencies / bitcoin.
Traditionally the 10, 20, 50, 100, and 200 SMAs are used in TA. With cryptos, I've found that the 8 EMA, 21, 55, and 128 SMAs backtest better, while no change in length was necessary for the 200. I wanted to combine all these into one...