An oscillator of Bitcoin's Daily Active Addresses (DAA) and fundamental metric of the utilization of the Bitcoin network.
Helps to identify:
Potential buy zones (green) - when the network utilization is low & increasing
Potential sell zones (red) - when the network utilization is high & decreasing
Historically matched market tops for BTC.
It's the Average Cap (see my other indicator) multiplied by 35.
The default settings are for BTC.
If you want to test this indicator on another chart you have to change the launch date settings (and maybe play around with the multiplier).
Some Interesting Launch dates:
- BTC: 3 JAN 2009
- ETH: 30. JUL 2015
- LTC: 7. OCT 2011
Buying during Miner Capitulation yields wonderful returns.
The best buy signals occur on Hash Rate "recovery", and when price momentum is also positive.
Historically, this strategy has yielded average returns to cycle peak of >5000%, with max Drawdown of -15%.
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This tool is simple yet very effective. It creates new candles on the chart based on the MACD.
Candles are green when MACD is increasing and red when it is decreasing. All lengths can be adjusted in the input menu and there is an option to plot the signal line.
The rules for using it are pretty simple:
1.Buy on Green
2.Sell on red
Credit goes to the original writer of the script, Quantadelic, who generously allowed anyone to copy/edit. I adjusted the value of the bottom/top intercept and slope to better fit the March 2020 coronavirus dip.
Use Bitstamp BTCUSD for better reading.
Simple script that checks for gaps in price from CME. tickerid(x, y, sess) doesn't seem to be applying correctly for the ticker specified at the moment so there are a couple of 'gaps' peppered on lower timeframes.
Gaps are legitimate price levels to look as a support or resistance. The theory is that volume needs to be gap filled, but I currently believe it's an...
Ichimoku Clouds Strong Bullish/Bearish signals with allerts
The Ichimoku cloud was developed by Goichi Hosoda, a Japanese journalist, and published in the late 1960s. It provides more data points than the standard candlestick chart. While it seems complicated at first glance, those familiar with how to read the charts often find it easy to understand with...
Fibonacci levels that show the critical top and bottom levels. There is no way to miss the top and bottom. And a top detector.
Also the most important SMA lines (SMA 50, 200), EMA21. Those are the most frequently used lines by traders.
This indicator is based on the work of www.tradingview.com
His work set me thinking. Could I also...
This indicator compares four different values :
-Fast Simple Moving Average(SMA)
-Fast Volume Weighted Moving Average(VWMA)
Comparing SMA's and VWMA's of the same length is a common trading tactic. Since volume is not taken into consideration when calculating Simple Moving Averages, we can gain valuable insights from the...
Whale: Whale utilizing discounted prices (increasing on-chain volume & decreasing price)
Recovering: Positive momentum in price after potential whale activity
Cycle Volume Support: The transaction volume support during a cycle
What’s the best time to invest?
After institutions make up their mind at low price levels.
How’s on-chain volume related...
Continue to experiement with VWAP and EVWMA.
It seems that just simple crosses between VWAP and EVWMA can be pretty good signals. VWAP is a bit choppy so you can use VWAP smoothing input to smoth it a bit.
Here are few other strategies based on EVWMA:
EVWMA VWAP MACD Strategy ...
Created a Parabolic SAR strategy where price has to close under/above the level before for it to reverse. This way it should be a bit more stable and protect you from false breakouts.
It was impossible to adjust the built-in "sar" function so I implemented PSAR from scratch. So if you're interested in how it's work inside you can check the code and probably...