I simulated the NLTTa_EoRfA indicator with the Bitcoin-USD
For details about the indicator, visit my profile on tradingview
For Simulation, with default settings, we order
When on Long setup and price on green area
- open a long position that closes on red area
When on Short setup and price on red area
- open a short position that closes on green area
This very simple strategy is an implementation of PJ Sutherlands' Jaws Mean reversion algorithm. It simply buys when a small moving average period (e.g. 2) is below
a longer moving average period (e.g. 5) by a certain percentage and closes when the small period average crosses over the longer moving average.
If you are going to use this, you may wish to apply...
This is a follow up to my previous publication of Adaptive HMA+ few months ago, as a mean to provide some kind of initial backtesting tools. Which can be use to explore many possible strategies, optimise its settings to better conform user's pair/tf, and hopefully able to help tweaking your general strategy.
If you haven't read the study or use the indicator,...
The Double Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) indicator was introduced in January 1994 by Patrick G. Mulloy, in an article in the "Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities" magazine: "Smoothing Data with Faster Moving Averages"
It attempts to remove the inherent lag associated to Moving Averages by placing more weight on recent values. The name suggests this is...
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%)
* Pyramidization can be changed from the...
This is part of a series of strategies developed automatically by a online software.
I cannot share the site url, which is not related to me in any way, because it is against the TV reules.
This strategy was optimized for GBPUSD, timeframe 1D, fixed lots 0.1, initial balance 1000€.
- LONG ENTRY when previous candle is bear
- LONG EXIT: RVI > signal...
This is a test of an easy scalping method: buy if actual close is below forecast close and sell if actual close is above forecast close. Take profit and stop loss shall be very small (few pips) as in most of scalping strategies.
No filter is used for only long or only short positions, but you can select buy only or sell only based on other indicators or whatever...
This strategy is just for training, its purpose is just learning code in pine script.
Don't make buy or sell decision with this strategy.
Bu strateji sadece pine script'te kodlamanın nasıl yapildigini ogrenmek icindir.
Bu stratejiye dayanarak, kesinlikle al-sat islemleri yapmayin.
How it works?
When RSI and Stoch are in oversold area and if...
This strategy is based on my script "AVERAGE MULTI_SMA"
The strategy is based on the created media, giving BUY signal when the price closes above the average and the average is rising. For the SELL signal the price closes below the average with the average falling.
For those who are interested in how the "AVERAGE MULTI_SMA" script works, I ask you to analyze...
This strategy allows you to pick from 9 different candlestick patterns, and test them against historical data from your chart. You can get a good idea what patterns work best for each chart by turning each pattern on and off in the settings.
Simple Renko strategy, very profitable. Thanks to vacalo69 for the idea.
Rules when the strategy opens order at market as follows:
- Buy when previous brick (-1) was bearish and previous brick (-2) was bearish too and actual brick close is bullish
- Sell when previous brick (-1) was bullish and previous brick (-2) was bullish too and actual brick close is...
Hey everyone, this is one strategy that I have found profitable over time. It is a multiple time frame strategy that utilizes 3 time-frames. Highest time-frame is the trend, medium time-frame is the momentum and short time-frame is the entry point.
- If closed candle is above entry then we are looking for longs, otherwise we are looking for shorts