SPY to ES is an indicator that converts SPY price targets to ES / MES futures price targets.
This indicator is helpful when you have price targets for SPY but trade ES or MES futures instead of SPY. It coverts the SPY price targets to ES / MES futures, and draws the SPY VWAP line on your ES / MES chart.
It supports the following lines
SPY VWAP adds the VWAP indicator for SPY on your current chart, and shows the current SPY VWAP level converted to ES / MES value. It uses the last close price of SPY and ES / MES to calculate the level.
By adding the regular VWAP indicator to your MES / ES chart, you will clearly see the difference between the VWAP of SPY and the futures chart. This is helpful...
These Bollinger bands feature Fibonacci retracements to very clearly show areas of support and resistance. The basis is calculate off of the Volume Weighted Moving Average. The Bands are 3 standard deviations away from the mean. 99.73% of observations should be in this range.
This indicator shows 1 and 2 standard deviation price move from the VWAP based on VIX. Implied Volatility (IV) is being used extensively in the Option world to project the Expected Move for the underlying instrument. VIX is used as a proxy for SPY's IV for 30 days.
This indicator is meaningful only for SPY but can be used in any other instrument which has a...
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Thanks to @MartinShkreli. The sector variables and the "repaint" option (approx lines 20 through 32 of this script) are used directly from your script "Sectors"
RECOMMENDATION: Update the sector weightings -inputs are provided. They change as often as monthly and the
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This indicator is called "s&p 500 sector strength index"😎 , which allows you to distinguish strengths and weaknesses between different sectors in s&p500, and to create meaningful trading frameworks around it.
Similar to the RSI indicator ,...
Second version of Market Breadth EMAs for $SPY. Getting a little more complicated than V1 but removed noise.
Green line = % of stocks above their 20-period moving average, the "twitch line"
Red line = % of stocks above their 200-period moving average, the "long term trend"
White line = weighted average of the % of stocks above the 20/50/100/200...
This is the combined market breadth tickers: S5TW, S5FI, S5OH, and S5TH representing the percentage of S&P 500 stocks above their 20, 50, 100, and 200 EMA respectively. The colors go from green (20) to red (200) because if 20 crosses above the 200, the market's bullish, and if the 20 crosses below the 200, the market is bearish. So if green is on top = bull...
Works best as an intraday indicator
Background black & line green = Long VIX
Background black & red line = No trade
Background orange & line green = Consider selling
Background orange & line red = Short VIX
US Market Overview Table will identify the bullish and bearish sectors of a day by tracking the SPDR sectors funds.
It's possible to add a ticker symbol for correlation compared to each sector.
This script aims to identify optimal times when to write Puts for premium, for example using the SPX Weeklies model or simply buying Calls. Not perfect but provides some additional confidence when playing Puts on SPX or the Wheel on SPY.
What it does:
We compare current VIX with a lookback VIX for X% delta. If there is a jump of say 20% over a defined period then...
This script uses the close of the VIX on a daily resolution to provide the 'implied move' for the E-mini SP500 futures. While it can be applied to any equity index, it's crucial to know that the VIX is calculated using SPX options, and may not reflect the implied volatility of other indices. The user can adjust the length of the moving average used to calculate...
Overall what this script try's to capture is bounces off of moving trend lines.
What you will see when using this script
one Green line, one red line, two gray lines and circles in colors blue, green, red, and purple.
RED AND GREEN LINES:
There are two trend lines, an upper and a lower line that are 1 to 2 standard deviations from the linear...
The Sharpe ratio allows you to see whether or not an investment has historically provided a return appropriate to its risk level. A Sharpe ratio above one is acceptable, above 2 is good, and above 3 is excellent. A Sharpe ratio less than one would indicate that an investment has not returned a high enough return to justify the risk of holding it. Interesting in...
This script tracks the U.S. 2Yr/10Yr Spread and uses inversions of the curve to predict recessions. Whenever a red arrow appear on the yield curve, expect a recession to begin within the next 2 years. Use this signal to either exit the market, or hedge current positions. Whenever a green arrow appears on the yield curve, expect a recession to have nearly ended....
This indicator is based on Volatility and Market Sentiment. When volatility is high, and market sentiment is positive, the indicator is in a low or 'buy state'. When volatility is low and market sentiment is poor, the indicator is high.
The indicator uses the VIX as it's volatility input.
The indicator uses the spread between the Call Volume on SPX/SPY and the...
Modified version of ATR Pips
The indicator's value is a third of the daily range which is good to use as a stop loss value for intra day scalping on markets such as index futures and forex.
It's good for detecting and confirming inflection points in the market.
This script allows users to visualize the state of the VIX Futures Term Structure. The user is able to select from five CBOE VIX Indices; VIX, VIX9D, VIX3M, VIX6M, and VIX1Y and the script will color the candles based on the price relationship between selected indices. Visit the CBOE website for more info on how the various VIX indices are calculated.