The Currencys in this Indicator is: EUR, USD, GBP, CHF, AUD, CAD, JPY
The Base is the ( Indicator) with the following Currency pairs:
eurusd , eurgbp , euraud , eurjpy , eurcad , eurchf
usdeur , usdgbp , usdaud , usdjpy , usdcad , usdchf
gbpeur , gbpusd , gbpaud , gbpjpy , gbpcad , gbpchf
audeur , audusd , audgbp , audjpy , audcad , audchf
jpyeur , jpyusd , jpyaud , jpygbp , jpycad , jpychf
cadeur , cadusd , cadaud , cadgbp , cadjpy , cadchf
chfeur , chfusd , chfaud , chfgbp , chfjpy , chfcad
The letters in the LineChart:
EUR = E
USD = U
GBP = G
CHF = C
AUD = A
CAD = C
JPY = J
The CSI can help to see, if your trading pair have the potential to breakout on the or if it more likely go back.
Some people say that the banks use this indicator.
NZD is missing there because Tradingview only support 6 variables.
If you have a solution for than, please let me know.
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so the indicator ignore the last 2 security?
do you have an idea to solve that?