Multi Asset + Correlation Overlay

From time to time, you may want to overlay multiple assets on the same chart instead of using multi-chart views. This can be a much cleaner way of viewing and comparing multiple assets. There is some functionality built into TradingView that lets you do this to a certain extent, but I wanted additional options, correlation labeling and ways to adjust the overlay location. So, today I am releasing to the community my Multi-Asset + Correlation Overlay script / indicator.

What is does: This script allows you to overlay the price of any ticker onto your chart. It also labels the line with the ticker name, and calculates / labels the correlation coefficient of your newly overlayed asset.

How to use it: Add the indicator to your chart. Then, go into the indicator settings to set the ticker of the asset you want to pull in along with how you want to "offset" it. Your 2 tickers may not be priced near each-other, so the offset setting allows you to pull the ticker you added up/down to better visually align with your chart's price range/layout. For instance, if the asset you added is priced $400 higher than the underlying chart price, you may want to set the offset to -400.

If you would like to add multiple tickers and multiple overlays, you can do that by just adding the indicator to your chart more than once. The color is adjustable, and the ticker of the asset will print to the right of the line representing the asset price. The script also calculates the correlation coefficient between the ticker overlay and the underlying chart asset. The correlation coefficient prints to the right of the ticker.

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本著真正的TradingView精神,該腳本的作者將其開源發布,以便交易者可以理解和驗證它。為作者喝彩吧!您可以免費使用它,但在出版物中重複使用此代碼受網站規則的約束。 您可以收藏它以在圖表上使用。