This utility script provides a convenient way to calculate the percentage gain or drop of a token's price within a user-defined date range. It eliminates the need for manual measurement on individual charts, saving time and effort.
The script is particularly valuable when integrated into a daily token scanning routine for watchlists. By comparing the significant...
Shows you how the asset on the chart is trending versus the market. You can customise the market that it uses, and there are some common markets programmed in as options.
Displays moving averages and a simple red/green bias.
You could do this yourself by typing, e.g., ADAUSDT/TOTAL into the asset box in TradingView and adding some EMAs manually and then...
10 Year Averages of Month-on-Month % change: Shows current asset, and 3x user input assets
-For comparing seasonal tendencies among different assets.
-Choose from a variety of monthly average measures as source: sma(close, length), sma(ohlc4, length); as well as sma's of vwap, vwma, volume, volatility. (sma = simple moving average).
-Averages based on month cf...
Script shows relations between DJI downJones SPX and BTC:USD.
DJI chart must be set from candlestick to line
Red line is price (close). x 8
Green line ist te price BTCUSD from Binance price (close) x 1.5
Compare ticker with time offset.
I couldn't find anything like this. I was hoping to use it to find a ticker that might act like a leading indicator for another one! Who knows?
In the settings you can choose any ticker to compare, input the the number of bars you want it to be offset (positive or negative), and select plot source.
Overlay a small plot of a correlated asset of your choosing. Shrink/expand, Set vertical and horizontal position, plot multiple mini-plots via duplicate indicators with varied settings.
Plots the last X bars of any asset; including the live candle currently painting
Useful for low time frame trading when you want to see correlated asset price movement right...
It is used to compare symbol with different magnitudes and volatilities. It is compared by the level within its range of standard deviations.
Visually, we are comparing where the price is in its Bollinger Band , for each symbol.
100 means that the price is near the upper band. 0 means that the price is near the lower band
Compare the relative valuation of up to 8 tickers. By taking a shorter term moving average and dividing by a longer term moving average(optionally with an offset) we get a value that is either above or below 1. Easy to tell what is undervalued and overvalued with this setup. Useful for comparing different asset classes or sector specific securities looking for...
When trading cryptocoins, it is necessary to check the price trend of NASDAQ, BTC.D, BTC.OI, BTC spot or other coins of similar groups.
However it is very cumbersome to put a comparison symbol in the Tradingview chart and combine individual indicators one by one.
Moreover even with such a combination, the chart is messy and visibility is not good.
This script was...
With the new Pine Script features you can build pretty interesting scripts.
Here is my try to expand functionality of basic comparison tool you have in TradingView.
When you apply it on your chart you can select a bar when do you want to start comparing your instrument from.
In parameters you can specify up to 32 symbols to compare. You can also disable symbols...
This script plots the ratio between a ticker and the selected index. Currently, I have US equities indexes listed + BTC. It's a great way to check for relative strength, determine if absolute highs relative to the ratio are being made, etc.
Additionally, optional comparison of the RSI is included. I was just testing something out but figured I'd leave in here...
This indicator is based on Historical Volatility (HV) built-in indicator with minor tweaks to match the Bitcoin Volatility Index (from Bybt).
Also, you can select a symbol to compare its volatility with the volatility of the currently selected symbol.
It could be very useful to analyze market with events in the market instead of only looking at the isolated chart. This indicator helps you to compare returns of chart symbol with any other symbol in the same timeframe.
For example, in crypto market coins move with the Bitcoin and BTC is driver of the market, so it could be useful to compare returns of a coin...
I created this script to compare cryptocurrencies that tend to be correlated, but it could also be used for forex or any other market. It is a fairly simple concept and compares price of each symbol to the specified period ema. This is helpful for tracking highly correlated symbols and visualizing moments when they are out of sync, perhaps signaling good times...