Market Screener

Market Screener shows a difference between buying and selling volumes of different types of traders over the last 24h.
When there are more buyers than sellers, the Market Screener chart is green. When there are more sellers, the chart is red.
Turtle and whale sellers vastly outnumber buyers in the example above, while more sharks buy than sell. Types of traders:
🐢 - Turtle a.k.a. Casual Trader with $10k-$100k of a trading volume in the last 30 days‌
🦈 - Shark a.k.a. Active Trader with $100k-$500k of a trading volume in the last 30 days‌
🐳 - Whale a.k.a. Heavy Trader with $500k+ of a trading volume in the last 30 days
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We determine the length of the bar by using our custom metric m. The formula below shows how we calculate the m value for each day. The m value is calculated over the last 24 hours.
The m value is similar to the Speculative Sentiment Index. The ratio inside the formula determines if the m value is positive or negative. If m is positive, more tokens have been bought than sold and vice versa. We multiply the ratio by the number of traders to filter tokens with a high probability of manipulation. For example, when one trader buys most of the token’s supply to drive the price up.