Quickly shows you if an altcoin is outperforming or underperforming it's peers. You can compare again indexes of high cap, mid cap and low cap indexes, which are provided by FTX.com. I intend to add some more features but am currently a bit busy so wanted to get it published as I've been finding it useful
This panel will show which is the best month to buy a stock, index or ETF or even a cryptocurrency in the past 5 years.
Script to use only with MONTHLY timeframe.
Thanks to: RicardoSantos for his hard work.
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// Constructs the trailing ATR stop above or below the price, and switches
// directions when the source price breaks the ATR stop. Uses the Average
// Directional Index (ADX) to switch between ATR multipliers. The higher
// multiplier is used when the ADX is rising, and the lower ATR multiplier
// is used with the ADX is falling. This ADX criteria further widens...
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1) Trix Ribbon
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Fixes an issue with "Combined" mode, using wrong symbols.
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