This is a stochastic for an entire currency group (majors and crosses). So if you are wondering whether the entire group will reverse this might help. For example, if you are think the USD group will roll over you can see an amalgamated stochastic of AUDUSD, NZDUSD, USDJPY, USDCHF, EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDCAD (average stochastic of all of them). The concept is that it...
Currency Strength meter
This is a stripped down version of the "8 Pair Strength - updated by rmireland for CHF/ EUR/GBP" and "8 Pair Strength - updated by rmireland for AUD/CAD / NZD/USD"
which give a Heat-map of all Pairs
First created by Glaz in 2015 and updated a few times by JustUncleL in 2017 , I have stripped out the plot functions and Heat Mapped the...
I decided to publish the COT Forex Indicator, which I created for convenience, as an open source.
The period DXY is determined by the differences between the two signals on the Pivot Reversal Strategy on the weekly chart.(1W)
Thus, relative period point search is automated.
When the new signal comes, after the...
Republished: The original script violated house rules by including an external link to Backtest Rookies.
The currency strength indicator takes up to 4 forex pairs and calculates the average strength across all pairs. The indicator uses the pair's daily percentage change to calculate the overall strength. For flexibility, it can accept any...
This script calculates a simple Ichimoku Score based on the signals documented here , with a few additions. Each of the score components can be individually weighted via the script inputs . The output is a plot of the normalized Ichimoku score, in the range of -100 to 100.
This script has been heavily modified from 'Ichimoku Cloud Signal Score v2.0.0 '. ...
The currency index represents the change in one currency by reference to all other
foreign currencies. The index is calculated by taking the average of the variations
in one currency by reference to the others. Represented in graphical form, it allows
for easy visualization of the individual trends in each currency.
The index of the currencies is a simple...
Many people are watching opening price on each time axis. Opening price is very important.
This indicator displays OHLC Open as a line in multiple time frame.
If open is close to high or low, the color of the line changes.
The fact that they are close means the strength of the market flow and the firmness of that price range.
The color of the line will...
Hi traders , this is lonelygrass again 😄, and I am going to show what you don't often see out there and share it with you.
This indicator is called "s&p 500 sector strength index"😎 , which allows you to distinguish strengths and weaknesses between different sectors in s&p500, and to create meaningful trading frameworks around it.
Similar to the RSI indicator ,...
Script shows the volume of the currency pairs in the FXCM mini account. I set it daily or weekly to see which pair is picking up in activity. My style of currency trading is short holds on the highest volatility. This helps me determine which pairs have the highest volume (or tick activity since there is no true exchange for currency). I use this in conjunction...
This script is a simple Forex terminal.
It serves the same purpose as Heatmaps.
You can also set the period to look back manually in the menu.
Major indicators are taken into account.
In this way, an idea can be obtained about all major and minor currencies.
apply to symbols expressed/valued in Chinese Yuan to automatically divide the symbol by FX:USDCNH. For example, I like to apply OKCOIN:BTCCNY to my main BTCUSD chart to compare, but I'd like to have the value for BTCCNY converted to USD for each tick---whether USDCNY was 6.30 or 6.80.
This is a very narrow use script designed to be applied on top of of symbols...
Canadian Dollar Currency Index updates in real time and doesn't close like tradingview.com's currency indexes. Based off of the Bank of Canada's CEER methodology and tracks it quite closely, although not perfectly. It seems to be higher than the Bank of Canada's index by 2 points. This could be due to using different data for the currencies and as I am not...