There are different and better way's to see price data, a candlestick chart is one of the best way to see the price since you have access to the open/high/low/close information, this is really efficient and can allow for naked non parametric trading strategies (candlesticks patterns). But what about making candles out of indicators ? There are tons...
This indicator was asked and named by a trading meetup participant in Sevilla. The original question was "How to estimate the correlation between the price and a line as easy as possible", a question who got little attention. I previously proposed a correlation estimate using a modification of the standard score (see at the end of the post) for the...
Estimating the LSMA Without Classics Parameters
I already mentioned various methods in order to estimate the LSMA in the idea i published. The parameter who still appeared on both the previous estimation and the classic LSMA was the sample correlation coefficient. This indicator will use an estimate of the correlation coefficient using the standard score thus...
This indicator is intended to complement the Synergy indicator. It provides the following statistics:
A percentage showing how often the two assets move in the opposite direction over a given lookback period.
Similarly, another percentage showing how often the two assets move in the same direction over the same lookback period.
Count the number...
This indicator was developed for use in an investigation/tutorial using Pine Script to analyse Gold and US Dollar Index correlation.
The first indicator shall measure the percentage change between the open and close of each bar and compare it to the same percentage change of an alternative asset. Additionally, we shall color the background when the two...
Hi everyone, Although everything's clear from the title but I should describe some basic points.
Currency Correlation is a statistical measure of how two securities move in relation to each other.
So this script is used to show if current pair (alt-coins) is moving in the same direction of bitcoin (or ethereum) or not. Consider that in crypto market most of...
Correlation amongst assets is the degree to which they move in tandem. This indicator measures correlation between different assets. Why is that important?
To any investor diversification is a very important technique for reducing risk. The problem is that most misunderstand it. Most people tend to think diversification is achieved simply by investing in a...
Correlation amongst assets is the degree to which they move in tandem.
Diversification is a technique for reducing risk. Most people tend to think this is achieved simply by investing in a variety of assets instead of just a few. This is wrong.
Proper diversification is achieved when you reduce the correlation between the assets in your portfolio.
Conceptual indicator based on trying to find an inverse correlation between bitcoin and traditional markets due to bitcoin's usefulness as a hedge against economic downturns.
How to use this script: you look at it and see if there is a correlation or not between bitcoin/Ethereum price and either U.S. stock CVi, buy volume, sell volume, calls, puts, or the call/put ratio.
Kendall Rank Correlation Coefficient script.
This way to measure the ordinal association between two measured quantities described by Maurice Kendall (1938, Biometrika, 30 (1–2): 81–89, "A New Measure of Rank Correlation").
In this script I compare Kendall Coefficient and Pearson Coefficient (using built-in "correlation" function).
this script by RichardoSantos
Power oscillator to discern what currency's are stronger/weaker.
added option to use a smoothed source(close) for pooling the change, giving longer term directional bias, note that this causes lag in the results as MA's turn slower than price.
I added currency labels and changed line color only.
Correlation Based Pair Trading Strategy (Trading the spread)
There are three popular styles of Pair trading:
* Distance based pair trading
* Correlation based pair trading
* Cointegration based pair trading
The correlation based strategy is to short the outperforming instrument and go long on the underperforming one
whenever the temporary correlation weakens...
Makes visual the theory that "a strong dollar is bullish for equities/stocks"
...but oh man, these two are definitely not that strongly correlated.
What's the deal with that? Still learning. Glad for any comments.