This script is a useful tool to use to identify the current market. It includes three other indicators:
1. ATR (combined with a SMA of the ATR)
It allows you to filter for when the market is trending vs. when the market is ranging by using any of the three indicators. You can also combine them to find extremely good trends to trade, or if you're a...
Bulls Power vs. Bears Power is a unique tool that displays on each candle the balance between the bears (sellers) and the bulls (buyers).
This indicator is mainly based on the popular indicator “Elder ray” made by Dr. Alexander Elder in 1989. This indicator has been developed in order to determine the strength of the competing groups of buyers and...
Bitcoin Market Cap vs Dominance
- data normalized with RSI
Included in this indicator:
- RSI of BTC Market Cap
- RSI of BTC Dominance
- EMA of BTC Market Cap
- EMA of BTC Domiance
Dominance influences the market. Is money flowing into Bitcoin?
EMA's to help with Technical...
This indicator builds on the idea of the Average True Range (ATR) as a way of measuring volatility. It uses two different ATRs to show a shift in market volatility.
It is mainly composed of two moving averages of ATR. One fast moving, which looks back at the previous 5 periods. One slow moving, which looks back at the previous 21 periods. Both ATRs have been...
This indicator was originally developed by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan (Stocks & Commodities, V.19:1 (January, 2001): "Gopalakrishnan Range Index").
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Simple script, helpful to analyse the current conditions of the market and make your own decisions. It's not a signal indicator
* Shows an EMA to help you identify the trend
* Uses the ATR to plot two lines below (current low + ATR) and above (current high - ATR) the current candle. Useful to see whether the market is overextended or find possible targets
This is just an easy way to visualize what the market's performance is (in price or percent) in any given session for any chosen time frame. The magnitude of price moves are not the same today as they were 50 years ago, which is why I included the percent selection to better compare historical movements. Time frame selections are Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly,...