A simple buy and hold strategy. A short or a long position can be chosen. The start date will determine the date where your position will start and end date is the date it will end. This works well as a baseline to your other existing strategies since buy and hold is just the simplest strategy available.
Provides a color coded indicator based upon both the slope of a moving average of choice, and the asset's position in relation to that moving average. If the specified moving average is downward sloping and the asset closes below the moving average the indicator will be red. If the specified moving average is upward sloping and the asset closes above the moving...
Simple strategy script I've had for a while but looks like I never published.
Although it is one of my most simple it seems to have the best profitability. It is pretty rough though. the Stoch RSI has only a little weight to the trade trigger. I'll refine it more over time or you can by all means. Basically the Stoch RSI current K line has to be OVER 40 to...
This simple script uses the idea of inertia of the market. if 2 previous candles have the same color, current meant to have that too. Following this signal is equal to buying a binary option on the start of the bar (week here). Signals are shown as arrows on the series. The color of the bar shows the outcome of the current option: yellow is success, black is...
Ignore the other one (it contains some errors).
On this FRAMA you can play with length, SC and FC.
Just read on below links to understand more about this super useful moving average:
7, 30, 50, 100, 200 simple moving averages, bundled in one indicator (for users who are using the free TradingView service and can only load limited number of indicators at any given time).
You can turn each moving average on or off at will and change the colors.
created by AutemOx
This creates lines at yesterdays open, close, high, and low. It is pretty amazing use of the timenow and dayofweek variables if I say so myself 8)
Three simple moving averages all in a single indicator for your convenience.
MA 1 - 20
MA 2 - 50
MA 3 - 100
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This indicator takes the SMA of the current 1 hour chart and the 15 minute chart of the current symbol.
When the close is below the SMA it shows a red line, when it is above it shows a green line.
When both are red, its in a down trend (Short).
When both lines are green, its in an uptrend (Long).
You can change the SMA in the settings.
The usage is very easy. When the line is green you can open long position, when the line is red you can open short position and when it's black just check by yourself.
Usually I use it with RSI and Bollinger Bands , in order to determine when the signal is strong or weak.
Just play with fastest and slowest SC to adjust the smoothness.
This indicator shows market structure. The standard method of using Williams Highs and Lows as pivots, is something of an approximation.
What's original here is that we follow rules to confirm Local Highs and Local Lows, and strictly enforce that a Low can only follow a confirmed High and vice-versa.
-- Highs and Lows
To confirm a candle as a Local High, you need...
Lots of moving averages are based on a weighted sum, the most common ones being the simple (arithmetic) and linearly weighted moving average. The problems with the weighted sum approach is that when your moving average is a FIR filter then the number of operations increase with higher values of length, and when the weights are based on a complex calculation this...
Improved Simple Strategy based on RSI, using overbought or oversold levels.
Backtest: ETHPERP (FTX) - 30m
Set STOP LOSS and GET PROFIT as a percentage (2% and 10% by default).
If strategy.position_size != 0 algorithm convert percentages into points and set stop loss and take profit limit orders.
This is a continuation of my series on forecasting techniques. The idea behind the Simple Mean method is to somehow extend historical mean to the future. In this case a forecast equals to last value plus average change.