Here is my logarithmic regression bands based on non-bubble data. I've shifted the bands to fit key areas which hopefully will have confluence for years to come. Hope others find this useful!
Best used on the Weekly time frame but is visible on lower.
Make sure your chart is set to LOG.
This model, which I'm calling the Logarithmic Fractal Growth Mode (L.F.G) , uses Bitcoin's mathematical monetary policy to evaluate the future possible price valuation.
It takes into account fractal (and logarithmic) growth as well as how those who hold bitcoins might react to certain events such as changes in supply and demand. It also shows that it is...
This script is a combination of different logarithmic regression fits on weekly BTC data. It is meant to be used only on the weekly timeframe and on the BLX chart for bitcoin. The "fair value" line is still subjective, as it is only a regression and does not take into account other metrics.
Logarithmic Bollinger Bands
Published by Eric Thies on January 14, 2022
In this script I have taken the standard Bollinger band pinescript and made efforts to eliminate the behavior experienced in periods of high volatility in which we see the bands disappear completely off the chart by adding exponential plotting and logarithmic sourcing to the...
I found this awesome script from @quantadelic and edited it to be a bit more legible for regular use, including coloured zones and removing the intercept / slope values as variables, to leave space for the fib levels in the indicator display. I hope you all like it.
Logarithmic regression is used to model data where growth or decay accelerates rapidly at first and then slows over time. This model is for the long term series data (such as 10 years time span).
The user can consider entering the market when the price below 25% or 5% confidence and consider take profit when the price goes above 75% or 95% confidence line.
This a companion indicator for the Bitcoin Logarithmic Growth Curves indicator.
This is an oscillator version of the above. When the indicator is at / near 1 then Bitcoin price is at / near the upper range of its long-term logarithmic growth trend. When at / near 0 then price is at / near the lower range of that trend.
This indicator only works with the BLX...
The "Zero Line" is the calculated logarithmic regression of Bitcoin over the last decade.
The rainbow above the Zero Line are the Fibonacci multiples from 0 --> 1 of the log regression (0.236, 0.382, etc.)
The rainbow below the Zero Line is identical, except that the multiples are negative (-0.236, -0.382, etc.)
For the first time ever, Bitcoin broke through the...
Logarithmic regression of the USD price of Bitcoin , calculated according to the equation:
y=A*exp(beta*x^lambda + c) + m*x + b
where x is the number of days since the genesis block. All parameters are editable in the script options.
Logarithmic regression (or known as Tseng's tunnels), is used to model data where growth or decay accelerates rapidly at first and then slows over time.
This model is for the long term series data (such as 10 years time span).
The user can consider entering the market when the price below 25% or 5% confidence and consider take profit when the price goes above 75%...
This indicator is basically the standard linear regression but adjusted to be suitable for log scale.
You can use 2 different standard deviation values, choose the data source and lookback length.
The colors are chosen directly on the main menu.
Here is my interpretation of the "Best Time To Buy" Bitcoin over its lifetime using a logarithmic regression trendline. The upper and lower lines are 10% deviations from the centre line. I calculated the trendline in excel and then coded my results into pine script.
This logarithmic indicator shows the price movement trend, which is designed based on logarithmic functions and moving averages.
The Price Movement Trend Display Composed By :
A leading line consisting of the natural logarithm of Running Moving Average with length 60 and Offset 20 , and is displayed in red line.
A signal line consisting of a natural...
This library provides a way to calculate the y-coordinate of a line on a specified bar when the chart scale is Log.
The built-in `line.get_price()` function only works with linear scale and gives incorrect results when the chart is in Log scale.
The library only works with `bar_index` values and `xloc.bar_index`-based lines,...