The ATH (All-Time High) Drawdown Indicator, developed by Atilla Yurtseven, is an essential tool for traders and investors who seek to understand the current price position in relation to historical peaks. This indicator is especially useful in volatile markets like cryptocurrencies and stocks, offering insights into potential buy or sell opportunities based on...
The Drawdown Dynamics Indicator is a straightforward tool that offers insights into three critical aspects of an asset’s financial performance: Total Max Drawdown, Rolling Period Max Drawdown, and Current Max Drawdown. Inside of the indicator, you can select to view either the rolling period max drawdown or the all-time max drawdown. This is...
This tool is designed to help finding the best take profit and stop loss levels when trading with QFL bases (Quick Fingers Luc).
You can use it to see the average drawdown among all historic bases broken for an asset and then find the drawdowns that are more frequent using the percentile parameters provided.
For example, by knowing that 98% of the bases got...
ReDraw script calculates the historical returns and drawdown for the given periods.
By default, the return of the linear regression trends is displayed (can be turned off in settings). In this mode, two linear regression trends are being computed for both long and short periods, and the percent value indicates the "return of the trend" for the corresponding...
Drawdown was a tool to measure historical risk, derived from measuring current wealth from its previous peak, casually from portfolio construction (weights allocation), will consider to having a minimum drawdown. In this indicator, the drawdown for individual assets is utilized to measure its value or percentage from its trailing peak (default to...
An indicator that lets you visualize the historical Yearly Percentage returns of any symbol .
Displays the yearly returns from start to end of each year
Displays a table showing all yearly returns for current symbol
Displays start of each year as a vertical line
Displays up to 5 custom horizontal levels
Percent Off All-time High tracks the percentage difference between the previous day’s closing price and the All-Time high price of the security’s entire price history.
This metric tells you how far the price has deviated from/converged on the all-time high price.
Very excited to bring this script to the public. This is a very useful table that displays the performance of any strategy you give it in a more detailed view. It runs on all timeframes and at any position on the chart with the replay function. It also updates on tick changes. The table consists of three modes: Simple Equity, Compound Equity and Drawdown.
Hello death eaters, presenting a unique script which can be used for fundamental analysis or mean reversion based trades.
Process of deriving this table is as below:
Find out ATH for given day
Calculate the drawdown from ATH for the day and drawdown percentage
Based on the drawdown percentage, increment the count of basket which is based on input ...
In this study, we are trying to compare drawdown from ATH of price and fundamentals to understand if price drawdown is really justifyable or if this is the buying opportunity.
For example, NYSE:BABA in the chart below shows that price has come down by more than 50%. But, the fundamentals has not changed upto this extent.
This may be viewed as buying...
Unlike other scripts, which compare against the all time high, this allows you to specify the window over which the high should be searched.
If you want to compare against the all time high, just choose a long enough window.
This Indicator displays the momentum (performance) of the symbol in percent.
You can compare the performance with other symbols.
The default benchmarks are the S&P 500, the MSCI World and the FTSE All World EX US.
The default length corresponds to one year in the timeframes monthly, weekly and daily.
In intraday the default length is 200, but you can also set...
Maximum Drawdown and Maximum Relative Drawdown% calculating functions.
I needed a way to calculate the maxDD% of a serie of datas from an array (the different values of my balance account). I didn't find any builtin pinescript way to do it, so here it is.
There are 2 algorithms to calculate maxDD and relative maxDD%, one non optimized needs n*(n - 1)/2...
I needed to see what the max Drawdown was for a specific security, and so I wrote this script. Maybe others might also find it useful. Here I apply it to the Russel 2000 index. The Russel 2000 index has been gone down quite consistently recently. So someone might wonder how weird is that, and from this index you can see that we are still a long way before the bottom.