*Introducing a new weekly feature to the blog – trading chart packs*
Welcome back to the blog. In this post I am going to share with you a new series of blog posts that I plan to make a regular weekly feature on the blog going forward. I have spent the last few months learning to code in Python and SQL and I have used these new skills to create some bespoke charts and indicators that I believe help me with my trading and technical analysis.
A lot of the projects I have created revolve around calculating market volatility across multiple assets/securities and timeframes in order to detect changing market environments. I am now going to start sharing my custom charts and indicators on this blog post for you all to use as part of my Weekly Chart Pack which will be posted on this blog every Tuesday.
If you are interested in how the following charts, tables and indicators are created then please make sure you read my previous blog post called Learning To Code – This Is What I Use It For.
VIX Indicator For Multiple Instruments.
A custom volatility indicator built on the principles of Larry Williams VIXFIX theory and applied to the daily timeframe of the following financial instruments. For each financial instrument I have displayed a 12 month and 3 year chart and applied my volatility indicator to each.
S&P500 Index, Ticker: ^GSPC
Crude Oil Futures, Ticker: CL=F
GBPUSD Currency Pair, Ticker: GBPUSD=X
EURUSD Currency Pair, Ticker: EURUSD=X
EURGBP Currency Pair, Ticker: EURGBP=X
*All price data used in the creation of these custom indicators and charts was downloaded from https://finance.yahoo.com
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