Moving averages are used to determine trend. These moving averages are designed to determine trend with reactive coloring and utilizes a unique version of the Hull moving average. This is one of many iterations of fishnet MAs I have made in the past.
I first found fishnet MAs, which is a lot of moving averages of increasing length, from @TusenPix
This is the 3-month Libor minus effective federal funds rate. Traders watch certain spreads for a wider spread to indicate a bad economy.
This is a conceptual indicator that tries to make sense of how important a FRA-OIS spread can be, in this case the Libor-EFFR. It may be completely wrong in calculation and understanding...
Multiple volume oscillators in one.
As Warren Guppet once said, be “fearful when others are buying less, and greedy when others are selling less.”
Divergences are the main point of usage of all bundled indicators.
OBV Oscillator, remade. The formula has been changed to smooth out the way OBV is calculated during a trending move
" Volume Precedes Price is the conceptual idea for the oscillator."
"The main idea of the VZO was to try to change the OBV to look like an oscillator rather than an indicator, also to include time; primarily to identify which zone the volume is located in during a specific period "
How to read this indicator:
Positive reading -> bullish
This plots the selected resolution's percent change from open to close. Easy way to check the previous period's range with less noise. Note the latest period is calculating on a bar that hasn't closed so it won't update unless you refresh/change timeframes to prevent incorrect reporting.
Simple script that checks for gaps in price from CME. tickerid(x, y, sess) doesn't seem to be applying correctly for the ticker specified at the moment so there are a couple of 'gaps' peppered on lower timeframes.
Gaps are legitimate price levels to look as a support or resistance. The theory is that volume needs to be gap filled, but I currently believe it's an...
Since the drop in March of 2020, the U.S. ETF , SPY, has been correlated with bitcoin's moves, especially during the NY session.
This tool is meant to help traders who want to take advantage of that without having to switch the secondary series between BTCUSD and (generally) SPY when changing the ticker they are viewing.
How this works:
The indicator will...
The current .BXBT index weighted as close as possible to BitMEX's with updates as BitMEX refreshes their index.
Difference between this and the script titled '2020 March 27 .BXBT Index': this one will receive updates because it doesn't have a date in its title.
"BitMEX Index Weights, assuming no constituent exchanges...
This is the United States inflation rate, based on the total Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Option to toggle:
A line to display the inflation rate in December. It does not change until the next December.
What the color change to red is indicative of:
According to the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) regarding...
These are the Yale confidence indexes that show individual and institutional sentiment.
showing two different indexes at once
labels for them
to filter through a moving average
highlighting when the first chosen index is greater than the second
shifting the series 6 months ahead
showing an average of both indexes
These are levels based on volume. The idea is that candles of high volume a higher amount of traders with active long/short positions to either close out, protect, or add to.
A stack of red candles means that area is a point of interest, similar to a VPVR POC.
Difference vs. TD Sequential: faster trade exits and a unique entry. Made for low timeframes.
Highs or lows are compared instead of close. Count maxes out at 7 instead of 9.
Version 1.0 does it like this:
S/R on 7 count
Entry on 7 count
Exit on 5 count or S/R cross
Not based off official Tom DeMarke documentation for Aggressive. As such, I have named the...
Breakers for CME's futures contracts. Should work on CST/EST/UTC charts.
CME says it uses the last 30 seconds of the session to grab a reference price, so I took the open of the last session's candle because it's easier.
Out of session breakers: +/-5%
Limit downs: -7%/-13%/-20%
There are some minor nuances for the later...
As described here:
With itBit's weight given to \Gemini because it currently is not on TradingView and they're both small NY based exchanges.
- Trend trading tool
- When the monthly range line or cloud is blue, the trend is up, vice-versa for orange/red.
- Length auto-adjusts for every timeframe. This indicator does not work on weekly and above timeframes.
- Monthly line color change doesn't work on some things like forex because the price is too low
The origin of this concept is not...
As of publishing, all the tickers from FTX with the word "index" in it, plus bitcoin.
This is your regular ADL except instead of hundreds in the basket you've got them condensed into 7 (for now) and in open/close candle form instead of a line.
I'm a bit disappointed because I thought I'd lever more utility from indexes. It may just need some tweaking.