This script combines moving average processing with highest high and lowest low to disclose the "fingerprint" of a specific trading pair to describe its unique behavior.
Moving Average Fingerprint for Long Entry is a Level 1 pine script. It utilize several moving average of inherent highest high and lowest low and combine them with customized fingerprint coefficients to depict the unique behavior of a specific trading pair across multiple markets for long entry point identification.
- FingerPrint1~6 are basic-level fingerprints with moving average of highest high and lowest low.
- FingerPrint7~8 are composite fingerprint definitions with coefficients/weights,where coefficients/weights need to be tuned to discover the inherent "fingerprint" of a specific trading pair.
- FingerPrint10~12 are composite fingerprint calculation for long entry alerts
- ReadytoLong is a long entry filter where long entry point may happen within it. By using crossover() function to a customized threshold value, you can define accurate long entries.
Pros and Cons
1. Combine moving average and extreme points to disclose a trading pair behavior.
2. Smart to tune specific set of parameters to obtain unique fingerprints of trading pairs.
3. Smart position sizing scheme by adjusting the threshold values.
1. Require tune input parameters for each trading pair in a specific period and time frame.
2. Only long entry was studied, no short entry and re-entry are available yet to form as a trading system.
3. "ReadytoLong" is an inaccurate range where multiple long entries may happen at improper points in chop market.
4. Complex input parameters to obtain a unique fingerprint set.
Although I wrote pine script for more than two years, this is the first script published in the community. I will publish more with my works in this platform.
Hope the community can improve this concept and make it as a trading system.
In real life, I am a prolific inventor. I have successfully applied for more than 60 international and regional patents in the past 12 years. But in the past two years or so, I have tried to transfer my creativity to the development of trading strategies. Tradingview is the ideal platform for me. I am selecting and contributing some of the hundreds of scripts to publish in Tradingview community. Welcome everyone to interact with me to discuss these interesting pine scripts.
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