This indicator is displayed in the main picture, which saves the space of a picture indicator.
Volume is highlighted to allow you to focus more on the above-average volume , and if it is greater than 4 times standard deviation it is marked as a huge volume in yellow. There will be support and resistance at this level.
There is a switch to show the turnover.
Displays volume data in panel on bottom right of screen. Shows current bar, change from last bar and average of last 20 bars. This number can be changed in settings if you wish to have the average calculated on a different amount of bars.
This script will screen 12 different stocks and current chart (13 in total) for entry points from my relative volume indicator.
1. Enter in any ticker ID's from charts you wish to scan in the settings.
2. Go to desired timeframe.
3. Click add alert button at top toolbar.
4. Select RVOL Screener Alerts indicator, input alert notification settings and/or change...
Bitcoin’s Real Volume
An accurate read on the change in Bitcoin’s volume profile over time.
Based on 2019 reports by Bitwise and Alameda Research.
Please see the script code notes for assumptions and details on data selection.
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Realized / Historical Volatility
Calculates historical, i.e. realized volatility of any underlying. If frequency is not the daily, but for example 6h, 30min, weeks or months, it scales the initial setting to be suitable for the different time frame.
Examples with default settings (30 day volatility, 365 days per year):
A) Frequency = Daily:
Returns 30 day...
An indicator that multiply the closing price with the current volume. (close X volume)
This will show the relative interest in the underlying asset regardless of the price change over time. For the case of FXCM, when the price fell from $16 to $1, its volume spiked 16x at the same time given the fact that 16x more shares can now be purchased with the same...
This script helps you evaluate the fair value of an option. It poses the question "if I bought or sold an option under these circumstances in the past, would it have expired in the money, or worthless? What would be its expected value, at expiration, if I opened a position at N standard deviations, given the volatility forecast, with M days to expiration at the...
This script helps train your intuition for changes in the VX term structure. I recommend using it on the VIX chart, so you can compare changes in the terms to changes in VIX. It's also nice for calendar spread traders who want to get a feel for the same changes.
1. Select a day, month, and year using the inputs
2. Observe the data table.
This script guages the probability of an underlying moving a certain amount on expiration day, to aid the popular "0 dte" strategy. The script counts how many next-day moves exceeded a given magnitude in the past, under similar conditions. The inputs are:
- "open": measures the magnitude as "open to close"--a true 0 dte.
- "previous close": for...
1. Select the type of contract (call or put), the long strike, and the width.
2. Select the volatility model
3. The standard deviation is shown, enter it into the input.
The tool gives a theoretical price of a vertical spread, based on a
historical sample. The test assumes that a spread of equal width was sold on
every prior trading day at the given...