"Relative Daily Change%" Indicator (RDC)
The "Relative Daily Change%" indicator compares a stock's average daily price change percentage over the last 200 days with a chosen index.
It plots a colored curve. If the stock's change% is higher than the index, the curve is green, indicating it's doing better. Red means the stock is under-performing.
if you want to find the stronger/weaker pair between eurusd and gbpusd, what you can do is check the eurgbp charts. if eurgbp is bullish, that means, that longs longs on eurusd are better than on gbpusd.
Unfortunately, there is no such thing to compare for example usoil with ukoil, or us100 with us500.
That's where this indicator comes in handy. You can...
Heyo guys, here I made a comparison between my favorised smoothing algorithms.
I chose the R-Squared value as rating factor to accomplish the comparison.
The indicator is non-repainting.
In technical analysis, traders often use moving averages to smooth out the noise in price data and identify trends. While moving averages are a useful...
Relative Strength (RS) is an Indicator which measures a Stock's performance as compared to a Benchmark Index or another Stock.
For example: RS will tell you whether “A” is increasing more or less than “B” in any market condition. It is one of the tools which is best suited for Momentum Investing.
How RS can be used as a Momentum Indicator:
RS is used in...
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...
I was exploring a simple idea how I can visualize the ticker performance against the underlying Index (or any other ticker) performance.
how it works:
When the line is moving up (blue zone), the ticker is performing better than the underlying index (e.g. SPX)(configurable).
When the line is moving down (red zone), the ticker is performing worse than the...
"In time series analysis, dynamic time warping (DTW) is an algorithm for
measuring similarity between two temporal sequences, which may vary in
speed. For instance, similarities in walking could be detected using DTW,
even if one person was walking faster than the other, or if there were
accelerations and decelerations...
ReDraw script calculates the historical returns and drawdown for the given periods.
By default, the return of the linear regression trends is displayed (can be turned off in settings). In this mode, two linear regression trends are being computed for both long and short periods, and the percent value indicates the "return of the trend" for the corresponding...
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...
Relative strength is a calculation of the price trend of a stock or a financial instrument in comparison to another instrument, stock, or industry. It shall be determined by taking the price of one commodity and dividing it by another.
Relative strength is a strategy used for determining value stocks and is used in momentum investing as well. It involves...
This is an original indicator so a true hidden gem in my opinion. I based this idea off of the work by Giorgos Siligardos (Stocks and Commodities Aug 2012) with his indicator called the Sector Rotation Model. This indicator is best used as a trend confirmation in combination with another indicator such as a leading indicator. This will show you how strong the...
Here I bring you an array of methods to compare the swings and consistency between assets.
This indicator is excellent for swing traders and scalpers looking to maximize their profits by examining which of two closely related pairs provides greater price fluctuation during given period.
This indicator works against two assets, which are to be configured in...
This is a modification of my Rate of Change Percentile script, used to compare the current ticker (e.g. Altcoins) to BTC.
Essentially we are looking at (Current Ticker ROC percentile) vs (Bitcoin ROC percentile).
In other words, we are using the ROC value of both the current ticker and BTC, and ranking each based on their previous ROC.
We compare the...
Calculates a divergence between 2 series
bullish(_src, _low, depth) Calculates bullish divergence
_src : Main series
_low : Comparison series (`low` is used if no argument is supplied)
depth : Fractal Depth (`2` is used if no argument is supplied)
Returns: 2 boolean values for regular and hidden...
TODO: I am making this library public as I am going to be posting some more scripts. This library is going to be used as a Utility Library for my scripts and will be updated to add functions I find useful. Anyone is free to use it how they want but keep in mind these functions will be built for my use. Currently I have 3 functions, a...
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 is a public library that include the functions explained below. The libraries are considered public domain code and permission is not required from the author if you reuse these functions in your open-source scripts
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.