This indicator visualizes the cumulative percentage changes or returns of 30 symbols over a given period and offers a unique set of tools and data analytics for deeper insight into the performance of different assets.
Multi Asset Performance indicator (also called “Spaghetti”) makes it easy to monitor the changes in Price, Open Interest, and On Balance Volume...
This script "Cross Correlation" calculates up to ~10,000 lag-symbol pair cross correlation values simultaneously!
Cross correlation calculation for 20 symbols simultaneously
+/- Lag Range is theoretically infinite (configurable min/max)
Practically, calculate up to 10000 lag-symbol pairs
Results can be sorted by greatest absolute difference or...
K's Reversal Indicator III is based on the concept of autocorrelation of returns. The main theory is that extreme autocorrelation (trending) that coincide with a technical signals such as one from the RSI, may result in a powerful short-term signal that can be exploited.
The indicator is calculated as follows:
1. Calculate the price differential (returns) as the...
The "Robust Bollinger Bands with Trend Strength" indicator is a technical analysis tool designed assess price volatility, identify potential trading opportunities, and gauge trend strength. It combines several robust statistical methods and percentile-based calculations to provide valuable information about price movements with Improved Resilience to Noise while...
The Advanced Weighted Residual Arbitrage Analyzer is a sophisticated tool designed for traders aiming to exploit price deviations between various asset pairs. By examining the differences in normalized price relations and their weighted residuals, this indicator provides insights into potential arbitrage opportunities in the market.
FIRST, CHANGE SOURCE OF INDICATOR FROM CLOSE TO WHATEVER INDICATOR YOU ARE COMPARING TO PRICE!!!!
Confirming Indicator Validity: By calculating the correlation coefficient between the price and a specific indicator, you can assess the degree to which the indicator and price move together. If there is a high positive correlation, it suggests that the indicator...
This indicator plots the correlation of major markets as an indicator. The major markets covered are the following:
The chart shows all the correlations and cross-correlations of the above instruments plotted together. The user can go in the settings and choose what correlation to see, or if multiple correlations, choose to plot the indicator...
This Linear CC takes into account the log-normal distribution of stock prices and performs Pearson correlation on that data set. It also smoothens the results into an easy to read oscillator, and performs a two-tail t-test on the correlation coefficient data (with a = 0.05) to determine the significance of the coefficients. Significant results are shown in a solid...
Correlation Tracker Indicator
The Correlation Tracker indicator calculates and visualizes the correlation between two symbols on a chart. It helps traders and investors understand the relationship and strength of correlation between the selected symbol and another symbol of their choice.
- Correlation Calculation: The indicator calculates...
In this small indicator I make it possible for the user to set two different input sources. Then, the indicator displays the correlation of these two input sources. It's a very small script, but I think it could be helpful to somebody to find uncorrelated indicators for his trading strategy. To use uncorrelated indicators is in general recommended.
Publishing my first indicator on TradingView. Essentially a modification of the Correlation Coefficient indicator, that displays a 2 ticker symbols' correlation coefficient vs, the chart presently loaded.. You can modify the symbols, but the default uses DXY and XAU, which have been displaying strong negative correlation.
As with the built-in CC (Correlation...
This script helps you visualize the correlation between the price of an asset and 4 moving averages of your choice. This indicator can help you identify trendy markets as well as trend-shifts.
Bear in mind that there is always some lag when using Moving-Averages, hence the purpose of this indicator is as a trend identification tool rather than an...
A crypto correlation matrix or table is a tool that displays the correlation between different cryptocurrencies and other financial assets. The matrix provides an overview of the degree to which various cryptocurrencies move in tandem or independently of each other. Each cell represents the correlation between the row and column assets respectively.
This code is a library for performing Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) operations. FFT is an algorithm that can quickly compute the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) of a sequence. The library includes functions for performing FFTs on both real and complex data. It also includes functions for fast correlation and convolution, which are operations...
I hope this strategy is just an idea and a starting point, I use the correlation of the Sp500 with the Btc, this does not mean that this correlation will exist forever!. I love Trading view and I'm learning to program, I find correlations very interesting and here is a simple strategy.
This is a trading strategy script written in Pine Script language for use in...
This is a table that shows some information about stocks. It is divided into four sections:
3) Daily Data
4) Extended Session Data
The table is completely modular, which means you can add or remove each element from the settings menu, and it will automatically rearrange its spaces.
It is also highly customizable, to the...
This indicator shows the correlation coefficients of altcoins with bitcoin in a table.
What is the correlation coefficient?
The correlation coefficient is a value that takes a value between 0 and 1 when a parity makes similar movements with the reference parity, and takes a value between 0 and -1 when it makes opposite movements.
In order to...
-Correlation Coefficient with Dynamic Average R (shows R average for the visible chart only, changes as you zoom in or out)
-Label: Vis-Avg-R = Visable Average R
-the Correlation Coefficient function for Pearson's R is taken from "BA🐷 CC" indicator by @balipour (highly recommended; more thorough treatment of R and other stats, but without the dynamic average)