A very simple and highly effective strategy that combines 3 famous indicators:
Entry conditions are:
The MACD line crosses over the signal line.
RSI less than 50
Price below the BB baseline
Exit conditions are:
RSI greater than 70
Closing price higher than the upper BB
Or when the price hits the Stop Loss...
MACD Divergence + Multi Time Frame EMA
This Strategy uses 3 indicators: the Macd and two emas in different time frames
The configuration of the strategy is:
Macd standar configuration (12, 26, 9) in 1H resolution
10 periods ema, in 1H resolution
5 periods ema, in 15 minutes resolution
We use the two emas to filter for long and short positions.
If 15 minutes ema...
This is a trending strategy designed for stock market, especially long trending assets such as TSLA, NIO, AMAZON and so on.
Its made of volatility bands and weekly VWAP, in this case daily and weekly.
This strategy has been adapted to go long only.
Rules for entry
For long , we want to enter close of a candle is above vwap weekly, and at the same time the...
Since I love to mix and match, here is something fresh and that actually works on the breakout of Ethereum without losing your ass on lagging indicators.
It blends some of the nice parts of my previous scripts while moving to big boy pants with a twist on the Fibonacci retracement using SMA and EMA at multiple levels to do a sanity check.
Is it too good to be...
This is a strategy, designed for long trends for stock and crypto market.
Its made of ATR for volatility, EOM for volume and VORTEX for the trend direction.
In this case on the ATR, I applied an EMA to check if current position is above the EMA -> bull trend, below ema -> bear trend
For EOM I am using the positive and negative value scale, if its positive we are...
Coinrule's Community is an excellent source of inspiration for our trading strategies.
In these months of Bull Market, our traders opted mostly on buy-the-dips strategies, which resulted in great returns recently. But there has been an element that turned out to be the cause for deep division among the Community.
Is it advisable or not to use a stop-loss...
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...
The objective is only to evaluate different configurations, I do not recommend using only this indicator to trade, because you can lose all your money if you do not know what you are doing.
I hope you find it useful.
This strategy focuses on finding a low RSI value, then targeting a low Smoothed RSI value while the price is below the low RSI in the lookback period to trigger a buy signal.
Features Take Profit, Stop Loss, and Plot Target inputs. As well as many inputs to manage how the RSI and Smoothed RSI are configured within the strategy.
Explanation of all the...
Simple strategy for the indicator "Death To The Bear".
- Entry according to the selected weapons.
- Take profit 1 (TP1) in% of daily ATR (can be set, default 20%)
- Active Stop in Breakeven when I take profit in TP1.
- Take profit 2 (TP1) in% of daily ATR (can be set, default 30%)
This is a bullish reversal pattern formed by two candlesticks in which a small
real body is contained within the prior session's unusually large real body.
Usually the second real body is the opposite color of the first real body.
The Harami pattern is the reverse of the Engulfing pattern.
- For purpose educate only
- This script to...
This is a bullish reversal pattern formed by two candlesticks. Following a downtrend,
the first candlestick is a down candlestick which is followed by an up candlestick
which has a long real body that engulfs or contains the real body of the prior bar.
The Engulfing pattern is the reverse of the Harami pattern.
- For purpose educate...
This is modified version of Dale Legan's "Confluence" indicator written by Gary Fritz.
Here is Gary`s commentary:
Since the Confluence indicator returned several "states" (bull, bear, grey, and zero),
he modified the return value a bit:
-9 to -1 = Bearish
-0.9 to 0.9 = "grey" (and zero)