This indicator displays the Stock to Flow (S2F) ratio for popular commodities (Gold, Silver, Dollar, Euro, Bitcoin, Ethereum) in order to
compare them and determine which ones could be a good Store of Value (SoV).
Stock to Flow is a popular indicator used to predict commodities scarcity. It evaluates the total stock of a commodity against the total...
Modeling Bitcoin's Value With Scarcity
The Stock to Flow model for Bitcoin suggests that Bitcoin price is driven by scarcity over time.
Bitcoin is the first scarce digital object the world has ever seen. It is scarce like silver & gold, and can be sent over the internet, radio, satellite etc. Bitcoin includes a mathematical mechanism to restrict its supply over...
This indicator shows the BTCUSD price based on the S2F Model by PlanB.
We can see not only the S2F(Stock-to-Flow) but also the S2FX(Stock-to-Flow Cross Asset) model announced in 2020.
In this model, bitcoin is treated as comparable to commodities such as gold .
These commodities are known as "store of value" commodities because they retain their value...
This Study takes the Stock to Flow Model for Bitcoin as presented by @100trillionUSD and smoothes it using an SMA. Then it calculates the close's standard deviation from it and displays the 2-Sigma Bands.
The stock to flow model seems to be one of the best predictions of Bitcoins price as shown by the following medium...
This is a fixed version of the original script by yomofoV:
I fixed the variable assignments and added switching of timeframes over indicator inputs.
To switch timeframes click on the indicator, open its settings and switch the timeframe to either monthly, weekly or daily.
This indicator shows the Bitcoin value based on the Stock To Flow Model by planB
Fixed version of the original script by yomofoV:
Split up into 2 seperate indicators so you can put it into two seperate panes. This is the S2F Model Value.
You can find the S2F Multiple indicator here:...
as always, I hope you are doing well.
To sum up:
The stock-to-flow is the number we get when we divide the total stock by the annual production (flow).
It indicates how many years are required, at the current production rate, to produce what is in the current stock.
The stock is simply the total in circulation, in our case, the number of...
This is just a bit of fun. Stock to flow is a hot topic so I thought I'd mess around. Here is a model that is very closely based on the one available here: digitalik.net . I take no credit for the actual model.
It can be tuned with parameters a and b, but this is the best fit imo.
The model is a bit pointless as Tradingview doesn't let us run...