I am publising Relative Strength Comparative.
It is be used to compare a Stock's Performance against another stock/index (Default NIFTY50)
I also devised a Plot RS Rating which is inspired from IBD's RS Rating and matches to some extent. You can turn off/on the RS Rating as per need.
Example: ITC vs NIFTY 50 it will be ITC / NIFTY
The Indicator can be used in...
Network Value to Transactions Ratio (NVT) is defined as the ratio of market capitalization divided by transacted volume.
NVT Ratio can be thought of as an indicator that measures whether the blockchain network is overvalued or not.
If it is upper than red line, it means overvalued.
NVT Golden Cross targets to generate short or long signals by comparing the...
A simple and easy reference tool displaying a plot of the market cap dominance values for several significant cryptocurrencies.
The most widely used of these is bitcoin dominance (the top indicator shown above) which calculates the total market cap of bitcoin in relation to the total cryptocurrency market cap, displayed as a percentage. This is commonly used by...
No matter how much I like PineScript, there are still things missing in the language. One of the most annoying issues is that you cannot set dynamic length value for highest/lowest functions. This length must be fixed integer. But it doesn't make sense in a lot of cases, when you'd like to know what was the highest/lowest value of a series SINCE EVENT in the past,...
I hope you like this representation of the Mansfield Relative Strength Indicator.
The calculations have been made based on the following formulas:
Standard Relative Performance indicator
RP = ( stock_close / index_close ) * 100
Mansfield Relative Performance indicator
MRP = (( RP (today) / sma ( RP (today), n)) - 1 ) * 100
RP = Standard...
Shows an instrument's sentiment in a day (or week) compared to the market (SPY default). The Red line shows bearish sentiment compared to the market and the green is bullish. Technically this works like a proxy for Alpha/Beta factor.
This indicator compares the difference in percentage change between two symbols
over a user-specified number of bars.
Default settings will show the difference between the current symbol and the
S&P 500 ETF (SPY) over 10 bars. It can be used to determine if the stock is
showing relative strength or weakness compared to the overall market.
Heavily modified from Z Score by jwammo12
Compares the z-score of two assets, the onscreen one and the reference one configured. If you're familiar, you can think of it as Bollinger Band Percent of Onscreen Asset minus the Bollinger Band Percent of Reference Asset.
It's compared off a simple moving average, due to how standard deviation is calculated.
This indicator takes the Performance Table from @BeeHolder and converts it to a Relative Performance table so you can compare the current chart vs. an Index (or whatever other ticker you want) to see the relative performance of one vs. the other. I also added a cell for ADR, which is also the same value as "Monthly Volatility" in the stock screener. This can be...
Simply plots the close to close performance of your instrument vs SPX below your main chart
Offers further SMA of EMA of such relative performance to get a better idea of the relative strength against the major market
Simple "benchmark" strategy for ETFs, Stocks and Crypto! Super-easy to implement for beginners, a BTD (buy-the-dip) strategy means that you buy a fixed amount of an ETF / Stock / Crypto every time it falls. For instance, to BTD the S&P 500 ( SPY ), you could purchase $500 USD each time the price falls. Assuming the macro-economic conditions of the underlying...
Relative Strength indicator comparing the current symbol to SPY (or any other benchmark). It may help to pick the right assets to complement the portfolio build around core ETFs such as SPY.
The general idea is to show if the current symbol outperforms or underperforms the benchmark (SPY by default) when bought some certain time ago. Relative...
First script I've written, but the concept is pretty simple. This uses the MACD with settings fast_SMA = 6 and slow SMA=16 and uses the distance between the 2 (histogram) to look for potential trend reversals to flag potential entries for Long trades. It waits for the confirmation looking backward 2 x timeframes (to reduce false calls slightly). You can adjust it...
This script will allow users to view Multiple RSI timeframes in one indicator (up to 4). This can be useful for viewing RSI Convergences/Divergences and extremely long timeframes like 250 days can provide context to market strength over long positions.
About this indicator:
This indicator goes under many different names such as Relative Strength Ratio, Comparative Strength, Relative Strength Comparison (RSC) etc.
It compares the strength of the current asset to another asset of your choice and displays the relative strength of the current asset. (Not RSI)
There are several comparative indicators published...