It's a pretty simple example of a nice custom screener you can run for multiple timeframes. This is an RSI screener, but you can easily change the function for your own Indicator.
Last value of the instrument
RSI value for up to 10 instruments / 4 timeframes.
In Parameters you can change:
This is a pretty simple script. It gives a background directional bias color respective to RSI levels from input thresholds in the settings. Users can choose the upper and lower thresholds and the symbol that the RSI is from.
For example, by default, the upper threshold is 52 and the lower 48. If Bitcoins RSi is above 52, the background color will...
Volume Indicator for Option Trading, it is a simple indicator based on Relative Strength Index. There are two horizontal lines are mention 10 and -10, if bar crossed above the (Line 10) then go for buy and when Bar cross under (Line -10) go for sell side.
If Bar Color changed to Respective color of the previous bar i.e. color gets darker then you can exit/...
Rsi is pretty commonly used and for some good reasons. When I'm trading, I don't always want to use the USDT/USDTPERP rsi, I want to see the correlated BTC pair Rsi of that asset
This script is similar to my MTF Dots and MTF Dots Cor scripts, but with an important and crucial distinction.
This shows user input oversold and overbought RSI metrics...
A better version of Apirine's RS EMA by using a superior MA: Ehlers Super Smoother.
In January 2022 edition of TASC Vitaly Apirine introduced his Relative Strength Exponential Moving Average. A concept not entirely new, as Tushar Chande used a similar calculation for his VIDYA moving average. Both are based on the idea to change EMA length depending on the...
TASC's May 2022 edition Traders' Tips includes the "Relative Strength Moving Averages" article authored by Vitali Apirine. This is the code implementing the Relative Strength Exponential Moving Average (RS EMA) indicator introduced in this publication.
RS EMA is an adaptive trend-following indicator with reduced lag characteristics....
PERFECT LONG EXAMPLE:
PERFECT SHORT EXAMPLE:
This indicator is based in one of my indicators (check my profile to test it), the OMEP S, which is a mix of RSI, MFI and Stochastic in order to take advantage of the best of each indicator and fix their weaknesses.
The purpose of this indicator...
This indicator was primarily designed to show the dominating influence of the underlying spot asset while trading perpetual futures, specifically on Binance.
IMPORTANT: In order for this indicator to work properly/accurately you must be observing a Binance Perpetual future chart. The indicator detects which perpetual future symbol you're observing...
The Litigator is an indicator that encapsulates the value delivered by the Relative Strength Index, Ultimate Oscillator, Stochastic and Money Flow Index algorithms to produce signals enabling users to enter positions in ideal market conditions. The Litigator integrates the value delivered by the above four algorithms into one script.
As you probably know in TradingView there is a limit of 40 instruments in one custom screener.
I created a script that will allow you to scan more symbols.
The idea of it is pretty simple. You have to add a screener a few times on your screen with a different set of symbols. Then select column width (as % of your chart width) and # of the screener right to left....
Multiple Relative Strength (Multiple RS) (XP)
You can see three Relative Strength lines.
The lines are thicker going from RS1 to RS2 to RS3, for differentiation.
Using the three RS, you can see long, medium, and short term performance at once.
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...
//@Devendra Akolkar - @dakolkar - This indicator will compare and show relative performance of 3 symbols.
// It'll compare those 3 symbols on 3 different Timeframe (Weekly - 5 sessions , BiWeekly - 10 sessions and Monthly - 20 sessions) and display performance in %
The Relative Strength Volatility Adjusted Exponential Moving Average was created by Vitali Apirine (Stocks and Commodities Mar 2022) and this is his final indicator of his recent Relative Strength series. I published both of the previous indicators, Relative Strength Volume Adjusted Exponential Moving Average and Relative Strength Exponential Moving Average...
TASC's March 2022 edition of Traders' Tips includes the "Relative Strength Moving Averages - Part 3: The Relative Strength Volatility-Adjusted Exponential Moving Average" article authored by Vitali Apirine. This is the code that implements the "RS VolatAdj EMA" from the article.
In a three-part article series, Vitaly Apirine...
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...