Flying Dragon Trend Strategy

Flying Dragon Trend Strategy can be used to indicate the trend on all timeframes by finetuning the input settings.
The Flying Dragon Trend family includes both the strategy and the indicator, where the strategy supports of selecting the optimal set of inputs for the indicator in each scenario. Highly recommended to get familiar with the strategy first to get the best out of the indicator.

Flying Dragon Trend plots the trend bands into the ribbon, where the colours indicate the trend of each band. The plotting of the bands can be turned off in the input settings. Based on the user selectable Risk Level the strategy is executed when the price crosses the certain moving average line, or at the Lowest risk level all the bands have the same colour.

The main idea is to combine two different moving averages to cross each other at the possible trend pivot point , but trying to avoid any short term bounces to affect the trend indication. The ingenuity resides in the combination of selected moving average types, lengths and especially the offsets. The trend bands give visual hint for the user while observing the price interaction with the bands, one could say that when "the Dragon swallows the candles the jaws wide open", then there is high possibility for the pivot . The leading moving average should be fast while the lagging moving average should be, well, lagging behind the leading one. There is Offset selections for each moving average, three for leading one and one for the lagging one, those are where the magic happens. After user has selected preferred moving average types and lengths, by tuning each offset the optimal sweet spot for each timeframe and equity will be found. The default values are good enough starting points for longer (4h and up) timeframes, but shorter timeframes (minutes to hours) require different combination of settings, some hints are provided in tooltips. Basically the slower the "leading" moving average (like HMA75 or HMA115) and quicker the "lagging" moving average (like SMA12 or SMA5) become, the better performance at the Lowest risk level on minute scales. This "reversed" approach at the minute scales is shown also as reversed colour for the "lagging" moving average trend band, which seems to make it work surprisingly well.

The Flying Dragon Trend does not necessarily work well on zig zag and range bounce scenarios without additional finetuning of the input settings to fit the current condition.

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