There are now 3 Pi Cycle Indicators that I am aware of; the original, improved**, and bottom.
This indicator attempts to provide all three indicators in a dingle, easy to view script.
I coded this script to displace the moving averages above and below the price bars for easy viewing. This was accomplished by placing a scaling factor (/# or *#) at the end of the...
Tops are signaled by the fast top MA crossing above the slow top MA, and bottoms are signaled by the slow bottom MA crossing above the fast bottom MA. Alerts can be set on top and bottom prints. Does not repaint.
Similar to the work of Philip Swift regarding the Bitcoin Pi Cycle Top, I’ve recently come across a similar mathematically curious ratio that...
The Pi Cycle Top Indicator has historically been effective in picking out the timing of market cycle highs to within 3 days.
It uses the 111 day moving average (111DMA) and a newly created multiple of the 350 day moving average, the 350DMA x 2.
Note: The multiple is of the price values of the 350DMA not the number of days.
For the past three market cycles, when...
The theory that a Pi Cycle Top might exist in the Bitcoin price action isn't new, but recently I found someone who had done the math on developing a Pi Cycle Low indicator, also using the crosses of moving averages.
The Pi Cycle Top uses the 2x350 Daily MA and the 111 Daily MA
The Pi Cycle Bottom uses the 0.745x471 Daily MA and the 150 Daily EMA
Note: a Signal...
The Pi Cycle indicator has called tops in Bitcoin quite accurately. Assuming history repeats itself, knowledge about when it might happen again could benefit you.
The indicator is fairly simple:
- A daily moving average of 350 ("long_ma" in script)
- A daily moving average of 111 ("short_ma" in script)
The value of the long moving average is multiplied by two....
Golden Ratio Multiplier
Formula GRM=MA350(BTC USD) * (1.6;2;3;5;8;13;21)
The multiplier examines medium-and long-term time cycles.
For this, a multiple of 350 MA is used to determine the areas of potential resistance.
Additionally, fibo levels from the main line.
version 2021 year modification
An adaptation of the Pi Cycle type indicator that
uses more accurate "pi" moving average periods
allows to adjust the numerator mult
shows cycle bottoms
shows a basis line
can be layered like in the example to create a Pi Cycle Channel
This is a modification on the original Pi Cycle Top Indicator by Philip Swift.
It consists of 2 moving averages with one of them being multiplied by a chosen number. When the lower moving average crosses the higher (with multiple) moving average, the bull market top is indicated.
The original indicator showed bull market tops within a 3 day accuracy. This...
I give you the "Euler Cubes", inspired by the mathematical number 'e' (Euler's number).
It is suggested (fibonacci ratios analogy) that price/e ratio can give Support/Resistance area's.
The first cube is made by a low/high of choice, for example:
You set the 'source low'/'source high' in position:
Then you choose the 'e ratio' (x times 'e')
Not my idea, extracted from watching this fella on YouTube. I couldn't find anything like it on TradingView, so I plagiarized somebody's multiple MA script to include 9, plus the "Pi line". Check Jason's channel for a better understanding of how he uses it.
"Use of Pi in cycles"
The 9 green lines are simple moving...
Pi frame posted as lines instead of plots, allowing for complete colour change and extension.
Be warned, the entire frame moves in real time with price so do not look at the corresponding lines for scale factors below (i.e. it will show the current levels in this graph for also under 10k).
To see the correct levels for the <10k range you can use the TV replay...
Pi Cycle indicator expressed as a ratio such that when the indicator triggers (350DMA *2 = 111DMA) the ratio will be 1. This allows you to place an alert on the ratio line for crossing certain thresholds such as 1.1.
The Performance indicator or a more familiar term, KPI (key performance indicator),
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they determine whether the company is successful or not, and the degree of success.
It is used on a business’ different levels, to quantify the progress or regress of a
department, of an...