Volume indicator judging level of volume per bar accordingly to Volume Spread Analysis rules. It allows either to set static volume levels or dynamic ones based on ratio comparable to Moving Average. Bars are coloured based on ratio or static levels, visually presenting level of Volume (low, average, high, ultra high).
This script implements a rebrushed distance-based pair trading strategy. In this strategy, normally they trade the difference between the prices of two instruments. This difference is also called spread. Here, however we’ll trade the difference between two time frames of one instrument. And that's the main trick. Common procedure consists of the following...
//Every spread & central tendency measure in 1 script with comfortable visualization, including scrips's status line.
- Standard deviation (for most cases);
- Average deviation (if there are extreme values);
- GstDev - Geometric Standard Deviation (exclusively for Geometric Mean);
- HstDev - Harmonic Deviation (exclusively for Harmonic...
Correlation Based Pair Trading Strategy (Trading the spread)
There are three popular styles of Pair trading:
* Distance based pair trading
* Correlation based pair trading
* Cointegration based pair trading
The correlation based strategy is to short the outperforming instrument and go long on the underperforming one
whenever the temporary correlation weakens...
Note: Pardon for a busy chart. It really is irrelevant for this indicator. Just look at the bottom part of the chart for the indicator (SpAn).
This script is meant to add objectivity to the estimation of spread in VSA. This is best used with a similar volume indicator that measures volume in the same fashion, but a simple rule of "higher/lower than the...
This is for displaying a price line showing the spread difference of brokers such as 1broker.com or trading212.com where price is different than actual price. It may also be used as an ask line or to provide an additional alternate chart.
- JPY pip correction
- Price Line
- Kagi, Does not work on Forex pairs!
- Western Bar
This script is very much beta!
This is a simple script to visualize how two symbols move in relation to each other. For example if the underlying symbol is a 2x Gold ETF (meaning the ticker moves at 2x the spot price of gold---if gold goes up 3% this ticker should go up 6%) and the comparison symbol is an 2x inverse gold ETF (at gold up 3% this should move down...
This is for displaying a price line showing the spread difference of brokers such as 1broker.com or trading212.com where price is different than actual price. It may also be used as an ask line.
Version 2 is well featured with a toggle for JPY pairs. As well as 5 different traditional charts: Candlesticks, Heikenashi, Renko, Western Bar, Area.
If you like this...
This script is used to aggregate the bitcoin spread on futures contracts on different platforms.
It works by averaging the for every selected exchange, and apply an EMA of .
It is supporting
Binance (USD / USDT)
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...
This indicator shows the percent change between the highs and the lows (or optionally the open and close) of each candle. You may also set a low and a high percent threshold to better highlight the candles that exceed your desired spread percent. Red signifies low spread, green is high spread - these are unrelated to the color of the candle body. There is also the...
Simply choose what two securities (symbols) you want to compare. The study will subtract Open, High, Low, and Close of second input from the first. You may also move the plot line wherever you choose. It may be necessary to move the plot line in order for some charts to look right.
EMA Spread Oscillator
Quickly see past levels where diff maxed out. Momentum and price can only keep going up for so long. This obviously differs per underlying asset. So that is where this oscillator comes in handy.
Of course you can see on the chart how far apart the moving averages are, but it is easier to spot on an oscillator.