Mayer Multiple developed by Trace Mayer gives the ratio of price to 200 daily moving average. Is intended for use on day chart only.
You may select between simple moving average (blue) or weighted moving average (pink). Each version of the Mayer Multiple has its own moving average to chart the trend of the indicator itself over time (shown in orange and green...
This is a simple update to the Mayer Multiple script by Unbound, which charts an indicator created by Trace Mayer and popularized by Preston Pysh.
The original post identified any price below 2.4x the 100-day MA as the BTC buy threshold. While the logic there is historically sound, it does not account for the fact that the BTC trend is parabolic in nature. With...
An implementation of the Guppy Multiple Moving Average, as originally described by Daryl Guppy.
Alert presets have been added for convenience, including
- Price enters investor group
- Price rises over investor group
- Price falls under investor group
- Trader-group rises above Investor group
- Trader-group falls below Investor group
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Bollinger Bands, with incremented additional outer bands.
Set as you would normally, but with the addition of an incremental value for the added outer bands.
Defaults with Length 20, base multiplier of 2.0, and an Increment value of 0.5 for additional outer bands at 2.5 and 3.0. Adjust values to suite your needs.
All lines and zones have colour and formatting...
This is your traditional RSI chart but with a few modifications
I added an extra zone parameter that you can specify with its own color and line customization.
There is an EMA that tracks the RSI as well.
This script plots three Simple Moving Averages instead of just one.
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The code in contains a simple correlation indicator that can be used as an alternative to Tradingview’s built-in “Correlation Coefficient” indicator. The indicator allows users to correlate up to 3 separate instruments on the same subplot. This allows you, for example, to easily see the correlation of your instrument with stocks, bonds and FX. Alternatively, a...
This indicator shows up to twelve exponential moving average lines at once in a single indicator. Or, to put it another way, an EMA ribbon.
You can turn off individual EMAs at your discretion, showing between none and twelve at a time, and of course you can change the period lengths of each at your discretion.
The last four EMAs are green when bullish and red...