Bitcoin: Top & Bottom Mini-Algo

Here we have a mini-algorithm that tries to show absolute 4-year-cycle top and bottom zones for the case of the BraveNewCoin Liquid Index (BLX) for Bitcoin on the weekly (W) timeframe by using several oscillators as RSI, VPCI etc. employed with a custom logic. When the background gets red we might be near to a cycle peak, and when it gets green we might be near to the absolute bottom of the current cycle. Note that only absolute top/bottoms are indicated (at least since the end of 2013), so that the current strong drop in March 2020 was correctly not tagged, as it wasn't the lowest price of the current cycle.

It is best to combine this mini-algorithm with some of my boundary indicators for BLX, e.g. "Bitcoin: Price Action Integrals", for confluence . For the next peak one could then watch for the mini-algo to go red and for the price to hit the boundary. You can change the background transparency if you like to have this indicator be more unobstrusive on the chart.

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