I think it will make a difference especially in Future and CFD markets.
Since the system will pull data from Quandl, CFTC reports may cause repaint when disclosed.
So if you use it during the weekly time frame (1W), it will definitely not repaint.
You can also use the by selecting "Others" from the menu.This option applies to each instrument, you can use it on any financial instrument with or without data.
Bitcoin is included in the "Futures" option.
In , you can observe the difference of Open Interest's success by comparing, since it counts exchanges between the two parties singularly, it reacts more firmly to speculative movements.
This script also includes alerts and bar color options, you can use from the menu.
It is also suitable for mutable variables.This script was freed from the integer loads.You can modify it in any adaptive or fractional period.
I hope it will help your analyzes, regards .
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Hello, thanks for your interest.
These data are Commitment of Traders data from Quandl.
As far as I know, it includes Future markets and currencies, mainly the Goods markets.