This strategy is based on the slope of the EMA130.
Over that slope, the script calculates two EMAs (9,21) which are used to generate the main entry and exit signal.
In particular, the strategy enters a LONG position when EMA9 > EMA21. On the contrary, it closes the LONG and opens a SHORT when EMA9 < EMA21.
When the slope of the EMA130 is rising, it means that...
This is a test for verifying if this interesting study works well.
The author, thanks to him!!!, advise a possible repaint because the script uses security function.
Refer to tradingview.com for more info on...
This is the strategy version for the ranged volume indicator I published a few days ago.
Long: First yellow break-out after red
Short: First red break-out after yellow
Because this is volume, you want to be using this on an exchange with high volume for the best results. Default settings are not optimized but work great on bitcoins daily chart.
This strategy based on RSI for swing trading or short term trading
1. ema20 is above ema50 --- candles are colored green on the chart
2. RSI value sharply coming up
previous candle1 low is previous candle2 low and previous candle1 RSI value is less than previous candle2
current candle RSI value is greater...
Highest / Highest High Highest (Data) - HHV (Data, Period)
Lowest / Lowest Low Lowest (Data) LLV (Data, Period)
These functions calculate the highest / lowest value of a selected data.
Highest High and Lowest Low options are mostly used.
The Highest function calculates the highest value of the selected data in the past.
The Lowest function calculates the lowest...
This is variation of RSI Divergence strategy.
I have added a filter (long term RSI) to the Rules. strategy BUYs when RSI 50 period is above 50 line and there is divergence on the short term RSI
short term RSI period 5
long term RSI period 50
stopLoss is 8% --- if setting is enabled
RSI 50 is above 50 line
This strategy is similar to RSI V pattern strategy, but it looks for W pattern in RSI chart.
1. ema20 is above ema50
2. RSI5 crossing up 30 from oversold area
3. and RSI5 must be below overbought area (default value set to 65)
Add to existing Position
1. You can add on the next W pattern OR
2. if RSI5 is crossing up from below 20
This is a base and easy trading strategy for comparing my other strategy.
The strategy consider K >= 80 is strong target in the last high period,
and consider K <=20 is the weak target in the last low period.
In the strong target, the strategy may increase long at the first day when K < 50, until 2/3 max order limitation or strong target become to weak.
This is a more advanced version of my original mean reversion script.
It employs the famous Bollinger Bands.
This robot will buy when price falls below the lower Bollinger Band, and sell when price moves above the upper Bollinger Band.
I've only tested it on the S&P 500, though you could try it out on other assets to see the backtest performance.
The objective is only to evaluate different configurations of the indicator "Follow Line MTF Any MM Average".
The strategy does not have position management, it's very basic, this indicator should be used to see trend, range zones, evaluate the best areas to enter the market, use higher time frames to confirm a direction can be useful.
I do not recommend using...
This is the strategy version of my ABCD pattern. I added the Trailing Stop and Trailing Profit upon a follower request
I - Concept
I present to you, ladies and gentlemen, the first screener for harmonic patterns .
Starting with an ACBD pattern screener this time!!
I used the calculations from Ricardo Santo's script
In short, he's using fractals...
Moving Average based strategies are very popular ones among both long-term investors and short-term traders as they can be tailored to any time frame. One of the main moving average strategies are crossovers. The very simple type is a price crossover, which is when the price crosses above or below a moving average to signal a potential change in trend.
Gaps are market prices structures that appear frequently in the stock market, and can be detected when the opening price is different from the previous closing price, this is why gaps are also called "opening price jumps". While gaps can occur frequently, some of them are more significant than others, and can be observed when looking at a long term chart.