Relative strength is a ratio between two assets, most often a stock and a market average (index). This implementation uses the method described here and the second method described here to calculate its value: "To calculate the relative strength of a particular stock, divide the percentage change over some time period by the percentage change of a particular...
If you are desperately looking for a novel RSI, this isn't that. This is another lesser known novel species of indicator. Hot off the press, in multiple stunning color schemes, I present my version of "Relative Strength (RSMK)" employing PSv4.0, originally formulated by Markos Katsanos for TASC - March 2020 Traders Tips. This indicator is used to compare...
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
Shows the candles of a specified EXCHANGE:PAIR in an indicator without overlay.
Has the following advantages over the standard comparison in TradingView:
- The compared pair is below your main chart.
- You can see the price of the compared pair.
- You can add multiple compared pairs and all of them will be shown in their own space with their own price.
An expansion of the Advance Decline Line of the NYSE. It can be interesting to compare the Advance Decline Line with the corresponding benchmark index. I therefore made a ranking (0 to 100) based on the performance over the last days (default: 21 days). The difference is the target figure and ranges between -100 (bearish divergence) to +100 (bullish...
In the example above GOOGL's RSI is being compared against the RSI for XLK, the technology sector fund. The red and green areas make it easy to see if Google is under or overperforming relative to other tech stocks. I've included a normal RSI above it for comparison.
You can compare any stock to a sector, i.e. JP Morgan (JPM) versus the financial sector (XLF), or...
An expansion of the Advance Decline Line of the NASDAQ. It can be interesting to compare the Advance Decline Line with the corresponding benchmark index. I therefore made a ranking (0 to 100) based on the performance over the last days (default: 21 days). The difference is the target figure and ranges between -100 (bearish divergence) to +100 (bullish...
This simple but powerful indicator takes the volume changes from another symbol and removes them from your symbol, so you can compare stock/market or stock/sector or sector/market relationships.
When used together with Hersheys CoCo Bars, you get a very unique view of what's going on!
SadLittleThings Price Compare With Offset MTF by RagingRocketBull 2018
This indicator lets you compare multiple assets across different timeframes, supports offsets and alpha multipliers.
Standard TradingView Compare doesn't have Offset/Timeframe/Multiplier options, hence this indicator.
- compare current asset's price with 2 custom ext...
CoCo Volume shows you volume movement of your symbol after subtracting the movement from another symbol, preferrably the sector or market the stock belongs to.
My latest update to my CoCoVolume Indicator. It calculates today's volume percent over the 60 period average for both your symbol and index, and displays that difference. If the percent is over the max it...
Multi Bar OHLC Compare Panel by RagingRocketBull 2019
This indicator lets you compare OHLCV values from several specified bars. Bars can be dynamic/persistent.
You can also use it as an alternate OHLC panel if you don't like small font of the native TradingView panel.
It uses Pinescript v4 to output data dynamically as string labels in a...
This is combo strategies for get a cumulative signal.
This System was created from the Book "How I Tripled My Money In The
Futures Market" by Ulf Jensen, Page 183. This is reverse type of strategies.
The strategy buys at market, if close price is higher than the previous close
during 2 days and the meaning of 9-days Stochastic Slow...
Displays BitFinex longs and shorts on your chart in the same was as if you add them by using TradingView's "compare" function - major advantage is that this works for all pairs that BitFinex supports without having to manually set up your chart each time.
I've made a simple indicator to compare the momentum of a trading pair against the momentum of BTC to the dollar. I use it to see how a pair is affected by BTC's momentum... I wouldnt use it to trade off alone, but it can be a useful tool alongside other indicators.
The time range can be adjusted, but I wouldnt reccomend setting it to anything over 12M, or under...