We are happy to introduce the Key Performance Indicator by Detlev Matthes. This is an amazing tool to quantify the efficiency of a trading system and identify potential spots of improvement.
A key performance indicator with high explanatory value for the quality of trading systems is introduced. Quality is expressed as an indicator and comprises the...
To use indicator you need to provide enter and stop prices(you can drag these lines also). Also you able to set your Account Size in USD, Risk in % and Commission you pay your broker per lot.
Indicator calculates all this information and provides you with Lot Size(with commission) you need to open a position and target prices for 2R and 3R(also includes...
This is a simplified position size calculator in the form of a table.
The reason I published this script is because all other position size calculator scripts try to provide way too much when it should be much simpler, position in strange areas of the chart and leave unwanted chart pollution.
This is a bare-bones functional table that takes your risk level,...
This script is designed to help you plan your grid trading or when averaging your position in the spot market.
The script has a small error (due to the simplification of the code), it does not take into account the size of the commission.
You can set any values on all parameters on any timeframe, except for the number of orders in the grid (from 2 to 5).
Enables users to create their own custom Stock Index with up to 29 tickers! Has included optionality to include/exclude certain sectors, plot sectors individually and measure in gold. Good for having a look at how your favorite tickers have performed (with your modification of course). Also has option to show Moving Averages for your convenience.
This is a script to calculate the order volume for the current symbol given your current portfolio value and how many orders you want to place. This is useful when using a strategy that places pyramiding orders and your bot won't automatically divide up your portfolio.
This Indicator displays Entry and Exits levels. The display is done under 3 modes:
- Risk/Reward mode (the one by default. It is set to a 1:1 ratio)
- Multiples TP Levels
- Custom Levels
Click to Set entry Price on chart
The displaying is static by default
to make it dynamic disable the "Use custom Entry ?" input.
Disclaimer: Scripts that I post publicly...
Plots CAGR lines for a given set of rates from a specified time. It will be helpful to see how the rate of growth of a security's price is changing over a period of time. It also calculates the current CAGR from the time specified. Works on D, W, M timeframes.
This correlation tables idea is nothing new, many sites provides it.
However, I couldn't find any simple correlation indicator on TradingView despite how simple this indicator is.
This indicator works as its called. Calculating the correlation between 2 projects (can be used in stocks as well) using the 'ta.correlation' feature built into pinescript.
This script it's created to send open-close signals via webhook. It allows you to open a relative value position based in the relative graph. You can set the TP and SL levels and the script will send the signal to your exchange.
Due a pine limitations it is necessary apply the script in the 2 different actives and set the alerts. You can just do the relative...
This simulating indicator proves that even if you use a simple strategy, you can reduce your risk by diversifying your investments.
The strategy itself is simple.(only long)
Buy when 50 days EMA crosses over 200 days EMA.
Sell when 50 days EMA crosses under 200 days EMA.
Or, stop loss when the asset falls by 2% (eg).
Using this simple strategy on an asset is...
First of all I would like to thanks Nitish Sir for teaching us the concept of SRT, which proves to be an excellent tool for Investing.
In a year, there are around 248 to 252 trading days .
On dividing the same by 2 we get 124. Even 125 / 126 can be taken.
We get SRT value by dividing Nifty Spot with 124 SMA value & SRT is applicable on Nifty in a Day...