Compares price change between current symbol and other one (eg. BTC vs S&P500). It calculates price change on each bar (from high to low or from open to close) and compares with price change of equivalent bar from the other source.
open = 10 USD
close = 7 USD
change = -3 USD
% change = -30%
open = 3 USD
The Rate Of Change Bands were created by Vitali Apirine (Stocks and Commodities March 2021 pg 14) and this indicator is a great method to not only check the momentum but also check the trend strength as well. I have color coded the lines so buy when the line turns green and sell when it turns red.
Let me know if there are any other indicators you want me to publish!
This Script displays Regular or Log Returns as either a line or histogram and labels the current bar.
If something other than price is selected as the source, the result is percent change with a positive or negative slope.
If a moving average of price is used as the source, the result is analogous to a strength index
Other options include a look-back period...
Italian physicist Galileo Galilei is usually credited with being the first to measure speed by considering the distance covered and the time it takes. Galileo defined speed as the distance covered during a period of time. In equation form, that is v = Δd / Δt where v is speed, Δd is change in distance, and Δt is change in time. The Greek symbol for delta, a...
This indicator allows you to quickly view the true % change per candlestick (prev close > current close), but it also has 3 other customizable values for you to set your own % change conditions (such as open > high). Feel free to edit the script to suit your own needs as well.
This script allows you to compare the percentage-based change in the price of any two securities on any given (and supported) timeframe on the chart. This can give you a very simple way to compare any two securities against one another.
Ex: If your base security gained 5%, and the other security gained 3% in a single day, the change comparison would show a green...
This is little code snippet can be copied and pasted into your own strategies and indicators to easily calculate some interesting percentage change levels within a given lookback period.
The function will return:
The price change from the start to the end of the period
The price change from the start of the period to the highest point within the period
My other indicator shows the linear regression slope of the source. This one finds the exponential regression slope and optionally multiplies it by R-squared and optionally annualizes it. Multiplying by R-squared makes sure that the price movement was significant in order to avoid volatile movements that can throw off the slope value. Annualizing the exponential...
Measures the period's change in terms of the instrument's value (e.g. pip, dollar, etc) instead of as a percentage. I generally use it on a daily time frame with a period=1 to see how the current day's move compares with prior days' moves in order to gain a perspective into how this move ranks historically.
This script was influenced by Scilentor's- "RSI Bar Colors / Scilentor". I improved upon the Idea by adding the ability to change the full range of RSI (Between 0 through 100) to any color you want within 5 point increments.
Traditional use of RSI is to use it as an "Overbought" and "Oversold" indicator. A more uncommon/unknown use, especially among new traders,...
Perform higher order differencing through convolution, the result is equivalent to cascading N momentum oscillators of periods P :
length - Period of the oscillator, indicate the lag to use (equivalent to the period in a momentum oscillator)
order - Differencing order, indicate how many times differencing...
This script is very much beta!
This is a simple script to visualize how two symbols move in relation to each other. For example if the underlying symbol is a 2x Gold ETF (meaning the ticker moves at 2x the spot price of gold---if gold goes up 3% this ticker should go up 6%) and the comparison symbol is an 2x inverse gold ETF (at gold up 3% this should move down...
Some symbols in trading view are cumulative - meaning they increment continuously throughout the trading day and are reset to 0 at the new trading day.
For example USI:CVOLM (Call Volume in Miami).
This script subtracts the current cumulative value from the prior cumulative value, so the change/delta in the cumulative value can be determined bar-by-bar.