Stock to Flow Ratio
Stock to Flow (SF) Ratio is defined as a ratio of currently circulating coins divided by newly supplied coins
Stock to Flow (SF) Ratio is defined as a ratio of currently circulating coins divided by newly supplied coins.
-If Newly supplied coins decrease, SF Ratio rises.
-If circulating coins rises, SF Ratio rises.
The original authors claim that the log of SF ratio is in a linear relationship with the log of the price. We reproduce the results of what they claim and as a result, shown in the figure below, SF ratio and price are in a linear relationship (not perfectly but in some sense) with significant statistics (p-value under 0.01, R-square over 90%).
Following the above linear statistics (trend and intercept), we can plot how closely they are related in a time-series manner. With this graph, we can recognize that the current price is in what regime recently.