Margin Sniper uses 2 levels for overbought and oversold to overlay possible trades on the chart. You can adjust its sensitivity by either increasing or decreasing the overbought and oversold threshold numbers. It must meet one of these levels and the short-term trend has to change direction for it to create the alert and entry on the overlay.
Alerts for famous Turtle Trading Rules. Based on work from tmr0 and ossettia. It can be used with Autoview.
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Similar to my other indicators, but measures XBTUSD Contango in terms of percent.
Also, built it so you could change the values that give the red and green signals. Default values are 0% or less (backwardation) indicates green. However, i found that a 0.5% setting worked will finding local bottoms for current contract of XBTH20 (March 2020). The upper value...
Updates to xSilas Godmode Oscillator published December 19th, 2014
Thanks to LEGION, LAZYBEAR, Ni6HTH4wK, xSilas
Changed default sources to include BITSTAMP and REMOVED BTC-e
Changed default lengths for SCALPING SUPREMACY - See Instructions
Changed "Caution dots" to RED because YELLOW was hard to see.
I mostly Ignore the oscillators and only use the...
Base on RSI, I write this script for Bitmext XBTUSD pair, in 15M timeframe.
I tested and it gave me many correctly signals so I hope you will love it
- this script can use in other timeframe but I wrote it for 15m so, it's best in 15m
-you should combine with more indicators for best entry/exit, but, you can easily follow this in 3-5 candles and...
Used to show Contango or Backwardation in futures contracts vs spot price. You can input your own tickers so can technically can be used to compare anything.
* In this example I'm showing Okex Quarterly contract vs Okex spot index price because it showcases it better.
* If you are using this after 2019 the default setting will not work because I set it to...
This indicator calculates difference between price of Bitmex's XBTUSD, and Bitmex's two nearest futures.
If the difference is negative, then it is backwardation.
If the difference is positive, then it is contango.
This script will be updated every about 3 months, when the nearest Bitmex future will be expired.
This is an updated script of...
simple tool to calculate where the positions are liquidated. each color is a level of default leverage used on mex, eg. 10x,25x, and so on.
there is an offset input to adjust the levels horizontally, to make it easier to see in time where the positions got liquidated
Originally built off of "Oscarvs: BITCOIN KILL ZONES v2" indicator, updated to now highlight a different time period based event.
1. The indicator should not be affected by what time zone you are in, it will show true Funding periods by default.
2. This needs to be used on the 1min time frame to be used to its full extent
3. The more the funding fee is the more...
A simple visual representation of leverage implications in Bitmex.
Can be used as a guide to place stops or targets to as the chart tends to jump from one liquidation point to another, most of the time.
Different leverages can be selected.
If I made a mistake in the percentages, please let me know so I can correct it! ;-)
This indicator measures value of basis (or spread) of current Futures contracts compared to spot. The default settings are specifically for Bitmex XBTU19 and XBTZ19 futures contracts. These will need to be updated after expiration. Also, it seems that Tradingview does not keep charts of expired contracts. If anyone...
This indicator evaluates the trend based on crosses of two McGinley moving averages. It paints candles accordingly (it does not repaint), so you can see what the indicator is saying more clearly and stay in your trade until you see a period of consolidation or a reversal. You can control how far away those moving averages need to be for you to consider it a trend....