"In time series analysis, dynamic time warping (DTW) is an algorithm for
measuring similarity between two temporal sequences, which may vary in
speed. For instance, similarities in walking could be detected using DTW,
even if one person was walking faster than the other, or if there were
accelerations and decelerations...
Name: DCA Bot Indicator
Category: Dollar Cost Average.
Operating mode: Alerts at a specific time, day of the week and day of the month.
Trades duration: N/A.
Suggested usage: long-term investing DCA strategies.
Entry: Only indicates the time and then the day of the week or the day of the month to buy.
Exit: As per long-term Investor’s...
The DCA Backtest script was designed to backtest the performance of any indicator using DCA bots.
"Open Deal ASAP" Deal Start Condition:
This script offers "open deal ASAP" deal start condition which will continuously open new deals. IT will wait for the current deal to close before opening a new one.
"Script" Deal Start Condition:
If you select the...
Add to a quote, set the current total transaction cost (i.e. Spread (%) to 0.04 if BTCUSDT binance future, Spread (base) 0.0001 if trading EURUSD with 1 pip net spread).
Both lines indicate the relative volatility corrected cost of trading (ATR as orange line, StdDev as cyan).
Simple "benchmark" strategy for ETFs, Stocks and Crypto! Super-easy to implement for beginners, a DCA (dollar-cost-averaging) strategy means that you buy a fixed amount of an ETF / Stock / Crypto every several months. For instance, to DCA the S&P 500 (SPY), you could purchase $10,000 USD every 12 months, irrespective of the market price. Assuming the...
This just shows you the results if, for example, you bought the closing price each day that formed a red candle.
Works on other timeframes than daily.
In the options you can set your own start date, as well as the dollar amount to spend on each buy.
Displays your dollar cost average, total invested, and total portfolio value over time.
The Bitcoin Cost per Transaction (USD) is the result of dividing the miners' revenue (Block Reward + Transaction Fees) between the number of transactions per block.
Here is an example with made up numbers:
Block reward is 12.5 BTC + 0.5 BTC in transaction fees.
There are 2700 transactions in the block.
Current exchange rate is 5700 USD/BTC.
(12.5 BTC + 0.5...
Takes QUANDL Bitcoin blockchain difficulty data, three variables (hashrate in THs/sec, power consumption in kWh, and electricity costs in cents/kWh) and calculates the base line for cash flow in US dollars. The default is an AntMiner S15 at 10 cents/kWh.
When price is above this line, miners with the given conditions have positive cash flow (i.e. they make more...