A simple indicator based on the percentage price difference between Korean crypto markets and western markets.
It currently shows the premium for BTC & ETH.
If it's positive (red) it means that the Korean market is trading at a premium.
Vice versa negative (blue) means the West is trading at a premium.
Because the Korean crypto market is so closed off (because...
Version 1.0, 20210409
This is an oscillator indicator that shows the premium between BTC perpetual futures and spot prices.
The prices of futures and spot are weighted average prices, weighted by the exchange's trading volume.
When the indicator is in the upper half of the region, the funding rate of perpetual contracts is relatively high, and the market trend...
Used to show Contango or Backwardation in futures contracts vs spot price. You can input your own tickers so can technically can be used to compare anything.
* In this example I'm showing Okex Quarterly contract vs Okex spot index price because it showcases it better.
* If you are using this after 2019 the default setting will not work because I set it to...
This indicator takes the price of Bitcoin on Coinbase and the futures price on Mex, and compares it the average price of Bitcoin across other major exchanges.
This essentials give us a spread at which Bitcoin is going for.
In turn, this could be a possible tool to help determine market sentiment.
This indicator was created for experimental purposes.
Can be extended with more derivative or spot pairs, see the comments in the code for instructions. Most importantly, the pairs need to be added to the respective arrays in the same order, so that the weights are applied to the correct pairs.
When doing i.e the 3 minute timeframe turn on the closest timeframe available for you or the candles and wicks will be fucked up.
So if you're doing the 5 hour timeframe candles turn on the 4hr chart on your main chart.
To View the candles in full screen double click the windows with the candlesticks
If you don't have TradingView premium and want to look at...
The indicator is used to show the difference between the futures and spot asset price on cryptocurrencies like BINANCE:BTCUSDTPERP and BINANCE:BTCUSDT
Premium is calculated as Futures Asset Price - Spot Asset Price
Inspired by the article "2020's Best Performing Hedge Fund Warns Of 'Incredible Move' Around The Election" from ZeroHedge:
This script explores the relationship and attempts to find dislocation between equity risk (VIX) and high-yield corporate debt risk (VXHYG, The Cboe VXHYG Index is an estimate of the expected 30-day volatility of the return on iShares' High...
I updated the GBTC premium percentage indicator to the average bitcoin price (average between bitfinex, coinbase, bitstamp, bittrex, and gemini). I also left this new script open so you can update the amount of bitcoin per share because it is always changing. you can find the amount of bitcoin per share at grayscale.co half way down on the left.
- This indicator illustrates the premium of GBTC and the European equivalent, BTCE. Relative to the spot price of Bitcoin
- It represents the premium investors are willing to pay to be able to gain exposure to Bitcoin . Whilst holding them in an investment vehicle such as a 401k or an ISA.
- The premiums can be plotted. GBTC vs BTCUSD and BTCE vs BTCEUR
With large fluctuations in price, raw premium (derivs price -- spot price Δ) may lose some relevance.
A premium of say, $30, which used to be quite large, may no longer be a significant sum in terms of % of price.
This is where a Relative Premium comes in:
Relative Premium takes the raw premium and calculates it as a percentage of current spot price. Presumably,...