This model, which I'm calling the Logarithmic Fractal Growth Mode (L.F.G) , uses Bitcoin's mathematical monetary policy to evaluate the future possible price valuation.
It takes into account fractal (and logarithmic) growth as well as how those who hold bitcoins might react to certain events such as changes in supply and demand. It also shows that it is...
Today I share the classic pivot points indicator
Fibonacci levels "up to 261'8"
Logarithmic scale option
//Pivot Points Standard
//Pivot Points Standard — is a technical indicator that is used to determine the levels
//at which price may face support or resistance. The Pivot Points indicator consists of
Moving Averages are price based, lagging (or reactive) indicators that display the average price of a security over a set period of time. A Moving Average is a good way to gauge momentum as well as to confirm trends, and define areas of support and resistance. Essentially, Moving Averages smooth out the “noise” when trying to interpret charts. Noise is made up of...
This script is a combination of different logarithmic regression fits on weekly BTC data. It is meant to be used only on the weekly timeframe and on the BLX chart for bitcoin. The "fair value" line is still subjective, as it is only a regression and does not take into account other metrics.
This a companion indicator for the Bitcoin Logarithmic Growth Curves indicator.
This is an oscillator version of the above. When the indicator is at / near 1 then Bitcoin price is at / near the upper range of its long-term logarithmic growth trend. When at / near 0 then price is at / near the lower range of that trend.
This indicator only works with the BLX...
I found this awesome script from @quantadelic and edited it to be a bit more legible for regular use, including coloured zones and removing the intercept / slope values as variables, to leave space for the fib levels in the indicator display. I hope you all like it.
Logarithmic regression of the USD price of Bitcoin , calculated according to the equation:
y=A*exp(beta*x^lambda + c) + m*x + b
where x is the number of days since the genesis block. All parameters are editable in the script options.
This indicator is basically the standard linear regression but adjusted to be suitable for log scale.
You can use 2 different standard deviation values, choose the data source and lookback length.
The colors are chosen directly on the main menu.
The "Zero Line" is the calculated logarithmic regression of Bitcoin over the last decade.
The rainbow above the Zero Line are the Fibonacci multiples from 0 --> 1 of the log regression (0.236, 0.382, etc.)
The rainbow below the Zero Line is identical, except that the multiples are negative (-0.236, -0.382, etc.)
For the first time ever, Bitcoin broke through the...
Logarithmic regression (or known as Tseng's tunnels), is used to model data where growth or decay accelerates rapidly at first and then slows over time.
This model is for the long term series data (such as 10 years time span).
The user can consider entering the market when the price below 25% or 5% confidence and consider take profit when the price goes above 75%...
The main concept was to make a bound oscillator calculate with a formula that places emphasis on the mean averages. Ideally this would mean that the oscillator won't have a tendency to swing into overbought/oversold condition and cause whipsaw. Using log is a way to increase the signal to noise ratio, with the regular MFI still plotted.
This indicator is best...
Logarithmically weighted moving average.
Here is how weight is distributed in LMA and RMA (exponential moving average)
As you know, logarithm of 1 is 0... This means the last bar in specified period will be ignored, and the log curve above applies to LMA of 9 bars.
So one bar should be added to the length when calculating...
The idea is help traders to see the patterns and levels from a different point o view.
This script create candlestick using the opening, high, low and close price as source on your favorite function.
It's very simple to use:
Select a function in the drop box list, the number of bars length, check or uncheck the boxes to treat source as logarithm, smooth, and...
Another in a series of experimental indicators using logarithmic scale visualisation.
This one extends into some work on I've been doing on 'the cube', but Pine isn't liking multiple log lines even when the equations are included for each plotted variable, meaning, no variables used in the definition of a variable, as is done here. As a result, accuracy of this...