This indicator is intended to evaluate the quality of the bullish candles (close > open).
It will calculate the average size of the bullish candles from the last 200 periods. I'm assuming that a bullish candle with a superior wick or shadow equal or less than 25% of the total size of the bar is a good disruption candle. You can adjust at your own taste.
Color bars based on price and volume.
Volume can be set dollar denominated.
Change can be set close to close.
Volume can meet a threshold.
Color is bullish if the change is positive & bar's volume is greater than previous bar's volume.
Color is bearish if the change is negative & bar's volume is greater than previous bar's volume.
In order to buy stocks, I want to know how much the stock went down from the all-time high price. Therefore, this script shows how much the current stock has dropped from the all-time high.
You can change:
- how many periods to get the all-time high from
- location on the y-axis to place the label on the chart
This barcolor setting adds dimension to whether it's above or below where it was X bars ago by adding a longer term argument to filter out sideways price action. For example, the white price bars show when the price stayed above where it was five bars ago AND twenty bars ago. Adjust the lookback values to suit your needs. As usual, the settings I come up with work...
Simple script that allows you to view crossings and averages 14/50/100/200 in a simple and intuitive way.
With this script you can keep an eye on trends visually.
Green Point = 14 crosses 50
Yellow Point = 14 crosses 100
Red Point = 14 crosses 200
I created this indicator based on one of my ways of analyzing the BTC trend in particular, I noticed that the break of the first weekly candle usually indicates the trend for the rest of the month.
This indicator has a bug in which if you change the timeframe of the indicator it will show erroneous values
If you use the candlestick chart, you will need to pull...
Ever struggle to know how many shares you should be placing your order with? Risk is different for every person and every stock. This can help.
In the example above, I've added this indicator the the chart.
I then specified:
Risk Amount ($) = $500. (The max amount I'm willing to risk.)
Risk Source = (another indicator) Lower Limit 3 . (See Lower Limits ...
P1 is because to me, this is a priority 1 indicator, so I have P1 and P2 indicators ordered on the favorite list.
What can you check on the selection pane?
On “period”, you can show the data related to:
the fiscal quarters
or the fiscal years.
You can select a pack of financial data that I have organized in sections:
Revenue & earnings
EPS & DPS (EPS,...
Plots the GBTC premium as a percentage of the bitcoin price at the close. It also includes the annual management fee (2% at the moment). It accrues on a daily, weekly or monthly basis depending on the chart resolution. (intraday not supported) The amount of bitcoin per gbtc share and the annual fee may be changed by Grayscale in the future. Those values can be...
With the difference in price indicator, you can view price change volatility. Specifically, you can view the difference in price for a single candle segment, at any desired candlestick timeframe. This simply takes the sessions high minus the low and gives the difference. Difference in price trend lines help determine if a stock has a history of high volatility or...