Utilizes Pine Script's built-in function to display trading data without stock splits or dividends adjustments affecting its price.
The three main options are 'none', 'splits', and 'dividends'.
'none' displays the data and stock splits nor dividends affect price.
'splits' accounts for splits without dividends affecting price.
'dividends' accounts for...
Calculates Fibonacci retracements based on daily highs/lows, and further beyond that if specified. The main difference between this and other auto Fibbing tools is ease of visibility.
Take highs/lows from a few days back or take highs/lows from each daily candle
Hide retracements before today
Show labels for each retracement level
This shows short volume from NASDAQ and NYSE.
If you do not understand what short volume is, I highly recommend researching FINRA documentation and reporting.
The indicator looks nice in histogram and column style.
The neat thing about nesting str.replace_all is that you can get the ticker without using a mutable variable.
Detects gaps in trading for CME's "Ether" cash-settled futures. This will show gaps as they happen on the 24/7 charts that crypto exchanges use. It is not usable on CME's tickers themselves, as gaps in trading are not displayed.
This indicator will only display if viewing an ETH chart.
More information on the CME ETH futures here:
Multiple volume oscillators in one.
As Warren Guppet once said, be “fearful when others are buying less, and greedy when others are selling less.”
Divergences are the main point of usage of all bundled indicators.
OBV Oscillator, remade. The formula has been changed to smooth out the way OBV is calculated during a trending move
Simple script that checks for gaps in price from CME. tickerid(x, y, sess) doesn't seem to be applying correctly for the ticker specified at the moment so there are a couple of 'gaps' peppered on lower timeframes.
Gaps are legitimate price levels to look as a support or resistance. The theory is that volume needs to be gap filled, but I currently believe it's an...
This is the United States inflation rate, based on the total Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Option to toggle:
A line to display the inflation rate in December. It does not change until the next December.
What the color change to red is indicative of:
According to the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) regarding...
Display candlesticks for the selected session, regular or extended.
Options to change include displaying the regular or extended session, timezone, session hours, and session days.
Meant for charts with longer trading sessions or to view only extended hours trading action on US stocks that have afterhours...
This is the 3-month Libor minus effective federal funds rate. Traders watch certain spreads for a wider spread to indicate a bad economy.
This is a conceptual indicator that tries to make sense of how important a FRA-OIS spread can be, in this case the Libor-EFFR. It may be completely wrong in calculation and understanding...
Total cryptocurrency market capitalization without tether, with alerts for chosen value thresholds.
The rationale is that tether is a printed supply stablecoin with a fixed value; there is no need to include its value in a combined market cap. It's debatable if that's true, but that doesn't explain what this indicator is.
The second part of this indicator is...
Moving averages are used to determine trend. These moving averages are designed to determine trend with reactive coloring and utilizes a unique version of the Hull moving average. This is one of many iterations of fishnet MAs I have made in the past.
I first found fishnet MAs, which is a lot of moving averages of increasing length, from @TusenPix
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 is a conceptual indicator that converts the main chart series' quote currency from U.S. dollar to Turkish Lira. Should only be used with USD pairs unless you change the 'Pair' input.
Divergences are created by the difference in price due to the incredible changes in TRY value. The candle colors turn to grey when the forex exchange is closed; this is done to...
This is a assortment of countries' inflation rates, sourced by Quandl. The countries are represented by their ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 codes in the options, and at the moment include:
ARG, AUS, CAN, CHE, DEU, EUR, FRA, GBR, ITA, JPN, NZL, RUS, USA
Included is a correlation to the current chart and the selected inflation rate. The correlation compares the monthly...
This is the estimated fee you can expect to pay to have your bitcoin transaction confirm in 1 block. The estimation is derived from the daily total revenue miners received divided by the daily total number of transactions.
An option to change to a different currency is provided.
Notes on transaction fees:
Most exchanges do not provide an option to change the...
A calculator that gives you the amount of a coin that is equal to the inputted value.
Options to configure are the ticker, amount in USD that will be converted, and how many digits you would want to be shown after the decimal point.
Currently, this only supports USD quote currencies. Ideally in the future, the code will be rewritten. Maybe.
Creates candlesticks of a cross pair of any symbol you want. Ideally both pairs would be denominated in the same currency.
The candlesticks are plotted, a close value is available to use for applying indicators on, and a label shows what is being used.
Options to configure are choosing the symbols, displaying the ticker without the exchange name, and removing...