once again, I want to show you a different method for detecting support and resistance level. Today's approach is similar to the one I posted recently, but the way the level will be detected is different. I call it the multi-timeframe standard deviation level.
How does it work?
The method is similar to the way Bollinger Bands work. First, the...
The Stablecoin Supply Ratio (SSR) is the ratio between Bitcoin supply and the supply of stablecoins, denominated in BTC.
When the SSR is low, the current stablecoin supply has more "buying power" to purchase BTC. It serves as a proxy for the supply/demand mechanics between BTC and USD.
This is " Smoothed Candles " script to get rid of noises and to get a smoothed chart to figure out breakouts and price movements easily.
There are three scaling methods: User Defined, Dynamic (ATR) and Percentage
Optionally you can add 2 Simple Moving Averages and 2 Exponential Moving Averages
Optionally you can hide the Wicks, example:
The idea here is to input the appropriate benchmark tickerid to the asset class you're trading and to paint zones according to the price activity of the selected tickerid. This works very well trying to paint meaningful zones against noisy stocks, currencies, commodities etc. Use a correlation coefficient to determine the best benchmark for your asset class.
RMI is a combination of RSI and MFI oscillators which considers money flow and strength of supply or demand together.
It estimates that the money of which side is being ran out.
So the power of trends can be predictable approximately.
Where the green columns appear, it means demand is very high and it can fall because buyers may withdraw and sell their assets.
Given the positive feedback received on the first Dynamic Support/Resistance script, I've decided to rewrite it on Pine Script v5 and publish it with open source code.
The main Divina area (box) is derived from change in price and volume, while the other support and resistance levels are based on the golden ratio (Divina proportione) or Fibonacci numbers.
another day, another method for detecting support and resistance level. This time it's all about the VWAP and daily gaps it might produce.
How does it work?
The indicator detects when a new daily candle begins and the VWAP makes a big move in either direction. Often it produces a gap and this is where the support or resistance level will be...
this indicator detects support and resistance level based on the number of times a level got tested in a certain range.
How does it work?
In the user input settings, you will be able to choose between two modes "Tested Level" and "Untested Level".
"Tested Level" will be detected by the number of times a certain low or high got tested in the...
Dynamic SUPRES can be interpreted in different ways. Each square marks an area of congestion that could serve as support and resistance.
FLASH UPDATE: Now is possible to choose the timeframe and the bars color on/off.
This script shows the estimated circulating supply of Bitcoin on any given day.
- Estimated Bitcoin circulating supply calculated daily
- Uses the Bitcoin reward schedule, past halving dates, and the next upcoming halving estimated date to calculate the current estimated supply.
- Optionally includes an option to use "Log Reduction" on the chart
This is a simple script that displays the total number of Bitcoins wallets based on the data provided by Quandl.
Use it in dayli resolution minimum
Refresh every day
Thanks to all Pinecoders who share their work with the community.