midtownsk8rguy

Relative Strength(RSMK) + Perks - Markos Katsanos

If you are desperately looking for a novel RSI , this isn't that. This is another lesser known novel species of indicator. Hot off the press, in multiple stunning color schemes, I present my version of "Relative Strength (RSMK)" employing PSv4.0, originally formulated by Markos Katsanos for TASC - March 2020 Traders Tips. This indicator is used to compare performance of an asset to a market index of your choosing. I included the S&P 500 index along side the Dow Jones and the NASDAQ indices selectively by an input() in "Settings". You may comparatively analyze other global market indices by adapting the code, if you are skilled enough in Pine to do so.

With this contribution to the Tradingview community, also included is MY twin algorithmic formulation of "Comparative Relative Strength" as a supplementary companion indicator. They are eerily similar, so I decided to include it. You may easily disable my algorithm within the indicator "Settings". I do hope you may find both of them useful. Configurations are displayed above in multiple scenarios that should be suitable for most traders.

As always, I have included advanced Pine programming techniques that conform to proper "Pine Etiquette". For those of you who are newcomers to Pine Script, this script may also help you understand advanced programming techniques in Pine and how they may be utilized in a most effective manner. Utilizing the "Power of Pine", I included the maximum amount of features I could surmise in an ultra small yet powerful package, being less than a 60 line implementation at initial release.

Unfortunately, there are so many Pine mastery techniques included, I don't have time to write about all of them. I will have to let you discover them for yourself, excluding the following Pine "Tricks and Tips" described next. Of notable mention with this release, I have "overwritten" the Pine built-in function ema (). You may overwrite other built-in functions too. If you weren't aware of this Pine capability, you now know! Just heed caution when doing so to ensure your replacement algorithms are 100% sound. My ema () will also accept a floating point number for the period having ultimate adjustability. Yep, you heard all of that properly. Pine is becoming more impressive than `impressive` was originally thought of...

Features List Includes:
Dark Background - Easily disabled in indicator Settings->Style for "Light" charts or with Pine commenting
AND much, much more... You have the source!

The comments section below is solely just for commenting and other remarks, ideas, compliments, etc... regarding only this indicator, not others. When available time provides itself, I will consider your inquiries, thoughts, and concepts presented below in the comments section, should you have any questions or comments regarding this indicator. When my indicators achieve more prevalent use by TV members , I may implement more ideas when they present themselves as worthy additions. As always, "Like" it if you simply just like it with a proper thumbs up, and also return to my scripts list occasionally for additional postings. Have a profitable future everyone!
Catatan Pelepasan: #1 - I added a "Manual Input" for the "Comparative Market Index" input(). If the index you wish to do comparative analysis isn't listed there, you can now manually choose a desired index. A list of numerous indices TV has to offer is included in a link presented in the code. There is 100+ indices you may use that I couldn't provide in an all-encompassing input(). This also allows you to compare anything else that is NOT an index if you dare.

#2 - I also added a dotted correlation colored zero line that portrays the extent of correlation in color between the two tickers. Generally speaking bright red is considered negative correlation, while bright green is considered positive correlation between the two tickers. This is disabled by default, but can be enabled with a checkbox. I thought this may be helpful in some way for some who have a greater comprehension of correlation with two assets. For example, an overwhelming amount of red dots would imply the tickers are not correlated very well at all.
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Hi Sir, can you please put more information on how can we use this ? I can see RSMK,Signal and CRS,CRS Signal
on which basis/logic ,we need to take entry/exit position? what is the diff between RSMK and Signal? and what is the diff between CRD and CRS Signal?
is there any logic between Signal and CRS signal?
code looking something promising to trade but I could not able to find any idea on the above mentioned points.
will this work for day/hr/15 min time frame?
+1 Balas
midtownsk8rguy SocietyPlayer
@SocietyPlayer, Information on the original formulation of this RSMK algorithm may be obtained here: https://store.traders.com/stcov381usre.html The RSMK has a very small amount of smoothing applied to it. The signal applies even more smoothing while not affecting the RSMK itself. The indicator functions on small intervals like 15 mins, and even smaller. This doesn't imply it may be well suited for this purpose depending on the asset, index, and time frame in question. As always, become familiar with indicators you have intentions of trading with, BUT long before you actually start making trading decisions with them.
Balas
Amazing as always, keep up the great work!
+1 Balas
thank you for great script. can you recommend additional indicator that best helps to identify trend strength/direction?
Balas
@jonny1960, I have quite a few in my scripts profile to go through, and there are many other versions in the public library also. There is a broad selection to choose from depending on your trading style/intentions, along with the volatility of the asset.
Balas
jonny1960 midtownsk8rguy
@midtownsk8rguy, Thank you. Maybe you have your own favorite?
Balas
Very skillful code. Thank you.
Balas
Hey thanks for the code. I was trying to edit it for Indian indices but getting some error. Cant figure out whats the issue. Have amended the tickers correctly but still getting 'resolve error' on the chart

var Nifty = tickerid( "Nifty", "Nifty")
var DJIA = tickerid( "DJ", "DJI")
var NASDAQ = tickerid("NASDAQ", "IXIC")
var COMPARE_TO = relativeIndex=="Nifty" ? Nifty :
relativeIndex=="Dow Jones" ? DJIA : NASDAQ

Not very conversant with coding in general. If you could point to whats wrong here?

Thanks again!
Balas
@vjain9999, Sorry it took me so long to reply. Some days I get buried in requests/work and overlook inquiries, only to realize later I missed one. I added your NIFTY to the list and an additional input() to select any index/ticker manually. Now you don't have to worry about coding it. For future reference, in regards to requests for any code alterations/customization, I ask that members reach out to me personally via TV chat. Coding and comments are two different things...
Balas
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