This indicator shows multiple economic data such as inflation rate, GDP etc. of the countries below.
You can select 3 data at the same time so that you can compare data in single country or among multiple countries.
This indicator is meant to give an overall indication of risk and a very basic implementation of the modified mannarino market risk indicator. I take no credit for the original formula, and just decided to hack this together so that it could be useful to the community
Looking at a basket of countries total GDP for comparing size of economy. Makes it easy to select your own groupings of countries for comparison. A country's GDP is the total of consumer spending (C) plus business investment (I) and government spending (G), plus net exports, which is total exports minus total imports (X – M). Alliances visualized was the original...
This is a strategy tester designed around the most important data from FRED - Federal Reserve Economic Data
As input data, we have:
// Personal Consumption Expenditures
// Real Retail and Food Services Sales
// Leading Index for the United States
// All Employees: Total Nonfarm Payrolls
// Real Gross Domestic Product
// Gross Domestic Product
I adapted the long...
A simplistic Buffett Indicator that shows the ratio of total US stock market valuation to GDP. Lines are plotted to represent 50%, 100%, 150%, and 200% of GDP. All plotted lines can be hidden to suit your own needs.
This is the Warren Buffett Indicator, the total market cap relative to the US gross domestic product (GDP). It is also called "Market Cap to GDP Indicator". For the market cap typically the Wilshire 5000 total market cap is used, which is representing the value of all stocks traded in the United States. Tradingview just provides the Wilshire W4500. We can...
I was tired of not having something to compare the real economic strength of a country (US only for now...) to it's companies valuations.
So I made my own! Trading view does not have the wilshire indice, but it has the Rus 3000, good enough, & the US GDP since 1946 so this is what I am using.
Warren Buffet is famous for liking this so now the idea has its name....