For my first script, I have released Make Your Own Index version 1. It has a long way to go so please stay tuned. Scroll down to read all the updates and notes as they come in.
Why it matters
Making your index is important to quickly see an index of symbols that you want to chart. Having the ability to assign weightings gives you the opportunity to make...
Indicator developed by Brazilian and analyst Odir Aguiar (Didi), consists of "Moving Averages", known for the famous needles Didi, which allows the visualization of reversal points.
The concept is very simple, when you insert 3 Moving Averages on display, one of three periods, an 8 and the other 20, there appears the formation of the indicator which works on an...
This indicator looks for confluence among three indicators (RSI, Stochastic, and MACD), a strategy popularized by Markus Heitkoetter in his book, “The PowerX Strategy: How to Trade Stocks and Options in Only 15 Minutes a Day”, and expands it to look for agreement on up to four symbols.
Each indicator is configurable in the settings, as well as the ability to...
Idea : Idea of script is getting the volume of index BNF and NIFTY50 ( as Tradingview don't provide the volume information of the indexes )
How it works : Script works on getting the weighted volume of underlying stocks and the plotting them by weight in volume
1. Can server as example how, once can plot the mixed volume of symbols
2. Will help the...
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...
This panel will show which is the best month to buy a stock, index or ETF or even a cryptocurrency in the past 5 years.
Script to use only with MONTHLY timeframe.
Thanks to: RicardoSantos for his hard work.
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