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
Displays "spike days" by colouring the bars (Default: yellow for a Spike High and blue for a Spike Low)
Spike Day's definition taken from Jack D Schwager's Book: A Complete Guide to the Futures Market: Technical Analysis, Trading Systems, Fundamental Analysis, Options, Spreads, and Trading Principles
A spike is:
A wide difference between the spike high and...
Qstick indicator as described by Tushar S. Chande and Stanley Kroll in the New Technical trader. The indicator shows the range between open and close for the specified period of time boosted by the presence of exponential moving average.
Qstick is best to discover divergence and find local tops and bottoms.
Simple indicator to find pipe bottom and top patterns.
- Pipe Bottom:
- Positive Difference from Open and Close is greater than the average thickness of the last "x" candles multiplied by sensitivity "y"
- The previous candle is red and the current candle is green
- Trend Definition - (Trend for EMA length 'z" has a slope less...
Top signal: reaches -100 when the color is yellow
Bottom signal: reaches -100 when the color is red
This script calculate a stochastic oscillator of BBW, and defines a top and a bottom as its highest in N bars.