This is an updated version of the Accumulated P/C Ratio. Some changes include:
- Pinescript privacy changed from protected to open.
- Utilizes the "request.security_lower_tf" function for weekly and monthly charts.
- Now acquires and sums raw put volume (ticker: PVOL) and call volume (ticker: CVOL) separately, then divides the aggregate put to aggregate call to...
As promised, here is the buyer to seller volume indicator!
About it/How it works:
The indicator tracks buying and selling volume. It does it simplistically but effectively simply by looking at red vs green candles and averaging out the volume of each respective candle.
It uses the SMA of buying/selling and overall volume to track buyers to sellers and also...
Select a zone to analyse the vectors.
This screener show the ratio of the bullish and bearish candle vector and on volume.
Slide the white bar to choose your sample size or you can enter the date.
Click label to hide start calculation and end calculation.
- Happy trading
This indicator was designed based on Harmonic Trading : Volume One written by Scott Carney.
This is about harmonic ratios which expanded through retracement and projection.
Derivation is pretty much explained here such as Primary, Primary Derivation, Secondary Derivation and Secondary Derivation Extreme.
Derivation value depends on minimum...
This script shows the Put/Call-Ratio as seen on the Cboe-Website: www.cboe.com
A higher Put/Call-Ratio means a higher trading volume of puts compared to calls, which is a sign of a higher need for protection in the market.
For best reflection of the Cboe's data, which is shown in 30 minutes intervals, a 30 min-chart is recommended.
30 min-data as...
This indicator will acquire the financial data provided by Tradview.
the data is compare between Quarter, Annual and TTM in term of percent of growth.
YoY, QoQ and CAGR is also available by this script (The minimum is 4).
in addition, ploting of data, label and table also available (you can check the mark to toggle on / off).
Data : Revenue, Net Income,...
These levels are based on price around earnings day. I have implemented support for 2 calculation modes:
Mode 1: Level = (low of 1 day prior to earnings + high of 1 day after earnings) / 2.0
Mode 2: Level = (hl2 of 1 day prior to earnings + hl2 of 1 day after earnings + close from earnings day) / 3.0
Chart above shows "Mode 1". Mode can be changed via options...
Inspired by @LazyBear's/@timwest's script:
Usage: support and resistance levels based on averaging price around earnings and quarterly opens.
What it is plotting:
1. A horizontal level whenever earnings occur. If actual earnings is higher than estimated, the line turns green, else red.
2. A horizontal level every quarterly open, colored black.
It is finally here! 🔥 My 3rd and most important script in my Financial series! 🚀
Ever imagined to see all fundamentals (or many that is) combined into one indicator that is right on your chart, showing you how your favorite stock is trading compared to its fundamentals?
Well, here is your answer! ...
This is an Tradingview implementation of the Grahams Formula as described in Benjamin Grahams book "The Intelligent Investor".
In theory this can be used to screen for over- and undervalued stocks, however as Graham himself notes, you should look into other fundamentals when using them in conjunction with Grahams formula.
This indicator plots any two securities as a spread ratio using either +,-,/, or *.
It also allows you to use a simple moving average of length 1 to n for your spread ratio.
If you know what you want to do but don't know how to code it, we can work it out, you can float me some cheese on paypal and I'll do a nice job. This indicator is yours for free.
I didn't see this one already it isn't my original idea either. I pulled the formula's from an article on medium, I also added few bear market bottom fib indicators.
Credit to the article I pulled the formula from.
The Golden Ratio Multiplier
Unlocking the mathematically organic nature of Bitcoin adoption
Go to the profile of Philip Swift...
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.
Since meaningful movements starts based on the first bar of the market's opening time
(usually GMT + 0), this indicator is creat to be used as a tool to use it as support and resistance.
Look at the bar of just 15 minutes passed after market opened, and when the bar closed with positive candlestick then
draw horizontal line at high price, when the bar...
First of all this script inspired by MagicEins' Put/Call-Ratio-Buschi script .
What is the Put-Call Ratio
The put-call ratio is an indicator ratio that provides information about relative trading volumes of an underlying security's put options to its call options. The put-call ratio has long been viewed as an indicator of investor sentiment in the markets, where...
Gain/StopLoss Percentage Lines is a quick way to enter your Entry Price in to a stock and track the percentage of gain or loss at the 5% and 10% markers.
Click on the gear settings icon and type in your entry price. The percentage is defaulted to 5%. You can change this to a different percentage at this screen. Note that whatever number you enter will be doubled...
Tops are signaled by the fast top MA crossing above the slow top MA, and bottoms are signaled by the slow bottom MA crossing above the fast bottom MA. Alerts can be set on top and bottom prints. Does not repaint.
Similar to the work of Philip Swift regarding the Bitcoin Pi Cycle Top, I’ve recently come across a similar mathematically curious ratio that...