Back in June 2021, I was able to find two moving averages that crossed when Bitcoin reached it's cycle bottom, similar to Philip Swift's Pi-Cycle Top indicator.
The moving average pair used here was the x0.475 multiple of the 471 MA and the 150 EMA ( EMA to take into account of short term volatility ).
I have a more in-depth analysis and explanation of my...
The Pi Multiple is a function of 350 and 111-day moving average. When both intersect and the 111-day MA crosses above, it has historically coincided with a cycle top with a 3-day margin.
With the Pi Multiple, this intersection is visible when the line crosses zero upwards.
The indicator is called the Pi Multiple because 350/111 is close to Pi. It is based on the...
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With the adoption of cryptographic assets reaching new heights, it is undeniably important to continuously expand and improve current indicators just like how these assets update with new lines of code over time.
Philip Swift’s Pi-Cycle Top Indicator has effectively signaled market...
The Pi Cycle indicator has called tops in Bitcoin quite accurately. Assuming history repeats itself, knowledge about when it might happen again could benefit you.
The indicator is fairly simple:
- A daily moving average of 350 ("long_ma" in script)
- A daily moving average of 111 ("short_ma" in script)
The value of the long moving average is multiplied by two....
This is a modification on the original Pi Cycle Top Indicator by Philip Swift.
It consists of 2 moving averages with one of them being multiplied by a chosen number. When the lower moving average crosses the higher (with multiple) moving average, the bull market top is indicated.
The original indicator showed bull market tops within a 3 day accuracy. This...