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This indicator aims to provide the following:
1. An open-source implementation of NVTS on Tradingview, as the most popular one currently is closed-source.
2. To provide two simple ways to define and visualize "overbought" or "oversold" conditions using the NVTS. Here, we have absolute value of NVTS & deviation from a long-term moving average.
3. Crude integration into Tradingview's alert system.
What this indicator CANNOT do:
1. Timeframes below 1d.
2. Signals based on statistical analyses, such as seen in et al. (However, with the appropriate type of account, you can add BBands on top of this indicator.)
I would like to express my gratitude to Willy Woo, Chris Burniske and Dimitry Kalichkin for their work on NVT Ratio and NVT Signal, without which my indicator would not have been created.
Feel free to fork & improve, or experiment with settings. I hope this indicator will be useful to someone.
Dalam semangat TradingView yang sebenar, penulis skrip ini telah menerbitkannya dengan menggunakan sumber terbuka supaya pedagang-pedagang dapat memahami dan mengesahkannya. Sorakan kepada penulis! Anda dapat menggunakannya secara percuma tetapi penggunaan semula kod ini dalam penerbitan adalah dikawalselia oleh Peraturan Rumah. Anda boleh menyukai skrip ini untuk menggunakannya pada carta.
Thanks for pointing that out. It seems that Woo has changed something about how the NVT Signal indicator is calculated since I published this script.
This script adheres to the original NVT Signal, which is explained in Woo's article here:
Back then, his interpretation was a somewhat naive "Over 150 = overbought, under 45 = oversold," of which overbought conditions are highlighted with a red background in my script.
My script further attempted to implement a "deviation from mean" component, by highlighting values with a deviation above the user-set threshold MA in white.
Maybe Woo simply changed his data supplier for onchain activity, but unfortunately I hadn't noticed.
Interpreting blockchain activity is not simple, since you want to exclude "change" outputs - but there is no surefire way of telling which outputs are spends, which are change outputs, and which are between wallets controlled by the same entity.
This hypothesis is supported by the rough shape of the signals matching, although there are some noticeable deviations.
I'm not a fan of cherry picking data sources to curve-fit an indicator, but either way I'm afraid QUANDL:BCHAIN/ETRVU is the only way I know of to use daily blockchain activity in TV scripts.
Thanks again for bringing this to my attention.
Tl;dr - you can keep using this indicator, which is essentially the OG NVT Signal, though you will have slight divergences from Woo's current implementation, due to different data sources being used.
I'm also not sure when Woo changed his data sources (it could have been over a year ago - I would not have noticed that detail), but yeah I agree conventional NVT-S is screaming top now lol
I appreciate your playing around with the Pine script. That's the reason I open-sourced it - no other NVT Pine scripts were open source at the time.
I also agree stdev would be a great addition to this indicator - I'll get around to adding it someday.
Thanks again & happy trading!