Interactive script to calculate lot and position size when you use TradingView to trade on FTX or OKX. You can also use multi positions for DCA strategy.
After adding an indicator and making an initial interactive selection on the chart, you can modify the selection points by selecting the indicator and moving the points on the chart.
Kraken + FTX USDT premium indicator.
Inspired by John J Brown, forked from IAmSatoshi (Migrated to V5 and few changes + more markets coming).
John J Brown: "
USDt premium/discount exist because of conversion fees.
It is a good market indicator:
If USDt>USD, then market is growing and in need of liquidity;
If USDt<USD, then market is shrinking and has excess liquidity."
This Indicator plots FTX: BTCPERP predicted funding rates and colours the candlesticks based on it.
Since Tradingview always plots new indicators at the back you might have to click:
Name of the Indicator ( ) -> More -> Visual Order -> Bring to Front
(unfortunately, there is no way for me to do this in pinescript)
There is also the possibility to change...
I'm sharing this little script allowing you to display a breakeven rectangle for the move contract after manually writing your parameters (strike price, contract price). In case you are long your breakeven (at expiration) is when the price expire outside the rectangle. In case you are short your breakeven (again at expiration) is when the price is staying inside...
Shows various basis percentages in a table and plots historical basis. Also has an alert function for backwardation events. Useful for tracking bullish/bearish sentiment in BTC futures markets.
*Currently displays March and June futures for the following exchanges: Bitmex, Binance, Deribit, Okex, and FTX
Also displays CME Continuous Next Contract. All of the...
This indicator shows the future BTC premiums on FTX.
The purple area is the Daily December Futures contract subtracted by the current price.
The blue area is the Daily September futures contract subtracted by the current price.
The green area is the Daily June futures contract subtracted by the current price.
You can use this to try and understand market...
The idea is the following; you can easily chart the FTX perp indices against (currently) two baselines, ETH & BTC.
I always choose ETH since it is way harder to outperform ETH at the moment. Doing this helps me see certain trends and/or fractal that might happen again in the future.
Since I already made D.A.M (Defi against Majors / Pricing Defi categories...
Original credits goes to @Hayemaker, and @NeoButane for the TWAP portions of this script
By @davewhiiite, 2021-03-27
Summary: The funding rate is the interest charged / credited to a perpetual futures trader for taking a long or short position. The direction of the funding rate is used as an indicator of trader sentiment (+ve = bullish; -ve =...
Compare the strength of the assets:
on the FTX echange.
If the timeframe is < 1hr the indicator resets every funding round (8 hrs)
If the timeframe is > 1hr the indicator resets every week
This script compares FTX BTC/PERP (BTC perpetual futures contract) price to Binance BTC/USDT spot and colors it red. It also plots Bitmex's BTC perpetual futures compared to Binance spot and colors it blue.
FTX = red
Bitmex = blue
Now you can easily see that you can get a 1% discount on FTX perpetuals when it is tanking. This tells you that you can set your...
This script utilized some new functions in Pine Script, which compares the correlation between the current symbol to a basket of crypto indexes that are listed on the FTX exchange.
By tracking these indexes we can gauge the reaction across markets that have a different market cap. By that I mean we can have a better idea about where the money is flowing into a...
As of publishing, all the tickers from FTX with the word "index" in it, plus bitcoin.
This is your regular ADL except instead of hundreds in the basket you've got them condensed into 7 (for now) and in open/close candle form instead of a line.
I'm a bit disappointed because I thought I'd lever more utility from indexes. It may just need some tweaking.