The Guppy Multiple Moving Average (GMMA) is a technical indicator that identifies changing trends, breakouts, and trading opportunities in the price of an asset by combining two sets of moving averages (MA) with different time periods. There is a short term group of MAs and a long term group of MAs.
One of the biggest differences between cryptocurrency and traditional financial markets is that cryptocurrency is based on blockchain technology. Individual investors can discover the direction of the flow of large funds through on-chain transfers. These large funds are often referred to as Whale. Whale can have a significant impact on the price movements of cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin . Therefore, how to monitor Whale trends is of great significance both in terms of fundamentals and technical aspects.
L1 Bitcoin Guppy Whale Pump Dump Oscillator is innovative because it was moved from main chart to aux chart and the input source of Guppy moving average was changed in to bias rate of key EMAs. This makes it work as a Guppy oscillator. This Guppy oscillator was designed and optimized to detect whale pump and dump behavior for BTCUSD or BTCUSDT trading pairs. When whale pump is detected, yellow candles appear; when whale dump is detected, fuchsia candles appear.
di,d1~d8 ---> Guppy oscillator lines
pump --> whale pump detector
dump --> whale dump detector
Pros and Cons
1. easy observe price trend
2. it detects whale pump and dump
1. no explicit entries are disclosed
2. only optimized for Bitcoin usd/usdt trading pairs
Courtesy of @LunaOwl " Rainbow Color Gradient" for colorful Guppy oscillator lines in this script
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