The Screener allows users to look at bullish or Bearish Trends from other trading pairs at the same time as viewing the current chart. This allows users to see other trading pairs that have a correlated or inverse relationship to the current trading pair that is being viewed.
Screener mode allows the user to determine how much information they want to be shown on the actual screener
Off - The default position of the screener is turned off
Beginner - Beginner Mode will show the screener in the bottom left corner of the chart and show the Timeframe that the screener is on as well as 6 selected trading pairs or “Assets” and their Current Trend. Grey-colored Bullish or Bearish means the Price Action on that trading pair trending slightly Bullish (up) or Bearish (down) on that timeframe. An Asset that shows a Green colored Bullish indicates a strongly up-trending Price Action whereas an asset that shows a Red colored Bearish indicated a strongly Downtrending Price Action.
Advanced - Advanced mode will show the screener in the bottom left corner of the chart and show the Timeframe that the is on as well as 6 selected trading pairs or “Assets” and their Current Trend Arithmetically. The scale is from negative 20 to positive 20. An Asset that is grey and negative means that the asset is trending slightly bearish and has a trend value between negative 10 and 0. An asset that is grey and positive means that the asset is trending slightly bullish and has a value between 0 and 10. An Asset that is Green is trending strongly Bullish and has a value of 10 or higher. A Red asset is trending strongly Bearish and has a value of negative 10 or lower.
This option allows the user to select the timeframe in which they want to show the 6 assets in the screener.
Chart - Default position that matches the Assets or Tradingpairs in the Screener to the current timeframe being viewed.
Timeframe 1min to 6 mon - These options allow the user to select a timeframe different from the current timeframe of the chart being viewed.
We recommend that the timeframe being used reflects the same timeframe as the chart you are currently viewing. Another option is to view higher timeframes than the current chart to see if other trading pairs have a distinct higher timeframe trend.
This allows the user to individually select different trading pairs other than the default trading pairs. This is compatible with any trading pair that is available on Tradingview
Simply click on the asset you wish to change and select it from the popup menu
Format of AssetThe format of the Asset is “Exchange:Ticker Name” with no spaces in between
E.g. - BINANCE:BTCUSDT