DXY, EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CAD
SPDR S&P 500, BANK OF AMERICA CORP, SPDR SELECT SECTOR FUND - FINANCIAL, SIRIUS XM HOLDINGS INC, GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, ORACLE CORP
S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Dow 30, Nikkei 225, DAX, FTSE 100
Gold, Silver Futures, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Coffee, Corn
Bitcoin / Dollar, Ethereum / Dollar, Bitcoin Cash / Dollar, Ripple / Dollar, Litecoin / Dollar, Ethereum Classic / Dollar
US 10Y, Euro Bund, Germany 10Y, Japan 10Y, UK 10Y, India 10Y
GOLD (US$/OZ), Brent Oil, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, PALLADIUM (US$/OZ), SILVER (US$/OZ)
This could just be what BTC needs, a negative correlation, where as BTC rises, ETH falls and capital moves back to BTC. GL trading, don't hodl too hard.
nothing worth trading on.
I wanted to use the new poloniex data, as it is where most of the volume on ETH is, luckily the new chart is no different form the old chart.
positive flip didn't last long, will it become a negative correlation bias over time? The community sure thinks so, and might be self-fulfilling.
This was just a check, this makes perfect sense and was expected.
The correlation indicator here flips back and forth, showing in my opinion that the two are independent of each other.