type: properties manipulation, no programming needed
time required: 15minutes, at least
level: medium (need to know contracts, trading pairs)
A strategy can "appear" to work or be broken depending on the pile of cash that is working on. This amount is defined in the strat properties, under "order size".
For noobs (like me) this is very confusing at first :)
This simple strat fires up on green bars, down on red bars. cannot get any simpler. So, it's a good example to check how returns are calculated.
First, the internal firing mechanism for the strategy.entry function is something hardcore. As result, the entry points can be confusing, and seem to appear in a wrong bar (as the 2nd and 3rd signals are good examples),...
This is just a simple EMA cross strategy which is meant to be similar to Turtle Trading Strategy.
It uses in default 4 Hour 21 / 10 EMA to long or short. This is not perfect but in the long run it will profit. Works best in bull market.
LINK TO ALERT :
trying to understand strategies, it appears that there is a lot of black magic in how a strat works behind the scenes.
anyway, it's hard to analyse what's all the data with one gazillion entries, and i wanted to know how we can manipulate/do stuff with a chart.
so, i needed to know how to "give" the script my values to work on. bundled two wants/needs into one,...