This tool is designed to help finding the best take profit and stop loss levels when trading with QFL bases (Quick Fingers Luc).
You can use it to see the average drawdown among all historic bases broken for an asset and then find the drawdowns that are more frequent using the percentile parameters provided.
For example, by knowing that 98% of the bases got...
The QFL Screener is a robust tool inspired by Quickfingersluc's trading strategy.
Known as the Base Strategy or Mean Reversals, QFL focuses on identifying moments of panic selling and buying , presenting opportunities to enter trades at deeply discounted prices.
The QFL Screener is designed to enhance your trading efficiency by simultaneously scanning 40...
This script helps Quick Fingers Luc strategy traders
The script works as follows
When a new low is formed lower than the previous one, the script calculates the percentage difference between them and stores it in an array
and calculates the average of the stored percentages, the maximum percentage, the minimum percentage
and displays them on the chart, this...
When writing the Quickfingers Luc base scanner (Marvin) script, I wanted a measure of volatility that would be comparable between charts. The traditional Average True Range (ATR) indicator calculates a discrete number providing the average true range of that chart for a specified number of periods. The ATR is not comparable across different price charts.
This is my second implementation of a Pine Script Quickfingers Luc (QFL) base scanner that I have published on Trading View. QFL base scanners seek to provide buy signals according to the QFL trading strategy. To profitably trade using this script you should be familiar with the QFL trading strategy, scaling in and out of positions, and money risk...
What is QFL trading strategy?
QFL stands for Quickfingersluc, and sometimes it is referred to as the Base Strategy or Mean Reversals. Its main idea is about identifying the moment of panic selling and buying below the base level and utilizing Safety orders.
What is Base level or Support Level?
Base level or Support Level refers to the lowest price level that...
This script is a simple implementation of a QFL (Quickfingers Luc) base scanner.
This QFL base scanner uses a different approach to some other QFL base scanners that are on TradingView. Other TradingView scripts look for a candlestick pattern of two lower lows followed by two higher lows combined with an increase in volume. This can generate some unexpected...
This bypass indicator triggers plots 1 when the price is above the QFL base.
This can be used as a "bypass" by a consumer indicator that can skip trades when the bypass is triggering.
You can use it for long and short strategies, to prevent using buy or sell signals in areas were the price is either overextended.
QFL works better in 1, 2 or 4 hours timeframes.
Backtesting compatible QFL pine script w/alerts
This version of QFL was made based on this one:
I made the following additions according to my requirements:
- I need to use pine script 4
- I needed to avoid repainting issues so I'm not calling directly security, I'm using the wrapper function.
- There might be still repainting...
This version of QFL is based on a script from ralphhorkup:
I made a few adjustments:
1) no issues with repainting caused by calling security function.
2) migrated to pine script 4
Everything else is the same.
I'll be adding alerts soon.