"Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful" - Warren Buffett. Fearzone is a contrarian indicator that gives us an indication when fear begins to take over in the market. Traders should be prepared for increased volatility and good trading opportunities.
The Fearzone is visualized with red candlesticks below the price.
The Fear And Greed Indicator is a very popular indicator on the Bloomberg platform and since I didn't have actual source code to work with, this is a very close approximation of that indicator. Let me know if you spot any discrepancies with the original and I will do my best to fix them.
For buy and sell signals it is pretty straightforward. Just buy when the...
A more simplified view of a Fear & Greed index.
This script has been made public because it uses Trading Psychology - Fear & Greed Index by DGT as the basis/inspiration for it.
I've re-imagined the visuals in order to display F&G data differently to the more traditional versions of the indicator floating around, as well as adapting it's calculations and...
This is an attempt to mimic the CNN Money "Fear & Greed Index": money.cnn.com
It's far from perfect, because the exact numbers can be a bit far off. Still, the highs and lows are quite on target. Alas, CNN does not give away too much information on how the index is calculated.
Feedback is most welcome.
Sweet little momentum gadget to track the VIX Index.
What is the VIX?
The CBOE S&P 500 Volatility Index (VIX) is known as the 'Fear Index' which can measure how worried traders are that the S&P 500 might suddenly drop within the next 30 days.
When the VIX starts moving higher, it is telling you that traders are getting nervous. When the VIX starts moving lower,...
US 2 year and US 10 year comparison, inverted yield curve with VIX. I use this on a weekly chart with 2 moving averages, the 40 week (ma200 daily) and the 520 week (10 year median).
The bottom histogram is the VIX and the plot is the yield curve. When the VIX is above a certain level (you can set it in settings) and the ýield curve is close to or at inversion the...