Right block table

Right block of the screener table

The right block of the table shows information on the ticker in the selected timeframe.

You can sort the data by absolute values by clicking on the column name. Clicking on the arrow sorts the data by percentage of change.

The second and third columns of the right table block show the difference between market purchases and sales at each price, in each candlestick or bar. These columns use the same moving calculation method as the volume calculation.

The "CD Week" column shows the cumulative delta for the week of the Binance spot market.

The "Delta" column shows the delta value for the selected timeframe of the Binance spot market.

For convenience and quick comparison, the previous values are shown below the current values.

The "Volat." (volatility of cryptocurrencies) shows the amplitude of changes in the closing price relative to the selected timeframe. The higher the value, the higher the volatility.

To the right above the table there is a moving average (MA) filter, which is a tool for quickly determining the state of the trend. This filter operates on the selected timeframe and is activated (deactivated) by clicking on the colored oval.

When the filter is enabled, a checkbox appears in the Coin column on the left side of the screener table for multiple additions or deletions from the watchlist.

You can select coins using the Shift key or Ctrl + click on the line with the ticker

By default MA200 and MA50 values are used, but in Cryptovizor settings you can set custom value of sliders and choose data display

Inside each colored oval displays the number of coins that belong to a particular trend condition:

  1. Downtrend, when the price value is less than the MA value - the cells are red

  2. AZT*, when the price value is between the value of MA

  3. Uptrend, when the price value is greater than the MA value - the cells are green

Defining the Active Zone Trading (ATZ). This is the area between two Moving Averages (MAs). Typically, it acts as a support/resistance level. In trending movements, corrections usually end in the ATZ, and this pattern is utilized for establishing positions along the trend.

The rightmost column of the table changes its value depending on the position of the Volume & RSI switch

The switch is in the Volume position, then the rightmost column will display the RSI value of the current timeframe.

If the switch is in RSI position, the Volume value will be displayed.

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