A modification of @loxx's "Dollar Index (DXY) Candles" allowing for a user selected basket of tickers using the same weights as the standard DXY. Ticker Inputs are in descending order so highest weight is at the top by default, although weighting can be changed manually by modifying the symbol's corresponding weight input in the settings. The Idea was to get a...
A modification of my previous indicator "Crypto Index (DXY) Candles". The idea was to create a similar currency basket to the standard DXY, but from the perspective of other currencies. Still using the standard DXY weights, this indicator allows you to create a tailored index for other currencies, provided that a currency pair exists for each of the 6 components....
This is ATR in pips. This was requested by user @ElixiumCapital on Twitter. ATRPIPs in his words:
How to use: Change the chart to the Daily time frame. The indicators value e.g. 0.0105 means that the average daily range of the past 5 trading days is 105 pips. (On standard pairs like EURUSD, GBPUSD)
"ATR PIPs is useful for finding markets with your desired...
This script was created due to the lack of position of US Dollar Index Futures (DXY).
It is designed to perform a much more liquid and inclusive position analysis.
As the exponential ratios do not mean anything to positions, weights are used as multipliers instead of exponential functions.
Swedish Krona (SEK) Futures are not directly quoted in Quandl, therefore...
Dollar Index (DXY) Candles is an educational/experimental indicator that attempts to recreate the Dollar Index DXY: TVC:DXY .This is useful so others traders can see how the DXY is calculated.
The U.S. Dollar Index (USDX, DXY, DX) is an index (or measure) of the value of the United States dollar relative to a basket of foreign currencies, often referred to as...
Makes visual the theory that "a strong dollar is bullish for equities/stocks"
...but oh man, these two are definitely not that strongly correlated.
What's the deal with that? Still learning. Glad for any comments.
An indicator that multiply the closing price with the current volume. (close X volume)
This will show the relative interest in the underlying asset regardless of the price change over time. For the case of FXCM, when the price fell from $16 to $1, its volume spiked 16x at the same time given the fact that 16x more shares can now be purchased with the same...
MUNICH'S MOMENTUM WAVE:
This momentum tracker has features sampled from Madrid's moving average ribbon but has differentiated many values, parameters, and usage of integers. It is derived using momentum and then creates moving averages and mean lengths to help support the strength of a move in price action, and also has the key mean length that helps determine...
The scope of this script is to measure momentum and strenght of EURO and DOLLAR using their indexes.
Forza (line) above 0 means EURO is stonger than DOLLAR
Momento (histogram) above 0 means EURO has a positive momentum against DOLLAR
The added value to see MACD and RSI directly on EURUSD chart is that indexes consider also other pairs so their RSI and MACD has a...
Use this indicator on Daily Timeframe
Please refer to the below link for CFTC Financials
This script shows the Financial COT for the respective instrument by deriving the CFTC code.
Option is provided to override the CFTC code
User can also configure the historical CFTC data view
The script calculates the Long% vs Short% for various categories...
Since the drop in March of 2020, the U.S. ETF , SPY, has been correlated with bitcoin's moves, especially during the NY session.
This tool is meant to help traders who want to take advantage of that without having to switch the secondary series between BTCUSD and (generally) SPY when changing the ticker they are viewing.
How this works:
The indicator will...
This script aims to determine correlations with major indexes for potential relationships to contrarian indicators. The main goal is to research if peaks and troughs in indexes actually correlate closely to the US dollar or 10YR US rates.
the script make it easy on the eyes to compare the inverted symbols lines in comparison with the others, for example by utilizing TVC:DXY / FOREXCOM:USDCAD / FOREXCOM:USDJPY, you cab easily compare with them to EURUSD and GBPUSD.
Combined the RSI inverse of gold to USD with the Dollar index (or whatever stock symbol that may be inverted/complementary) with another asset/currency, like bitcoin, you can basically be well informed when a potential move is on the horizon. Settings allow for inverse settings and de-combining the two pairs as well as a nice cloud look if all the lines get annoying.