This script uses the last hlc3 value of 1H, 4H, D and/or W and rotates it 360º up/down with four increments of 90º to find out potential support and resistance areas. Can be used as a dynamic support & resistance tool or just to gauge how overbought/oversold the market is. Special thanks to @Nv56 for his assistance in writing this script.
This would be my second ever published strategy. It is almost the same as my first ever published script . I've been working primarily on UGAZ and DGAZ .
This is basically a statistical trade. It buys every morning near market open (or by choosing a "time constraint"), then immediately places a trailing stop at a specified amount in ticks (if used on...
uses reversal candles to determine accumulation and distribution candles
remembers the last reversal candle and draws a support or resistance line at the reversal level
does a barcolor if the price breaks support/resistance
similar to the hoffman a/d breakout indicator but there is no trend detection components
Looking for Statistical trades that work. This one seems to work on some Leveraged ETFs with a lot of noise like UGAZ/DGAZ. It can also be used on Futures Contracts, but be sure to change up the type of investment from % of equity to contracts. Also one point I'm trying to make with this strategy is the trades are best made in the morning around market open. ...
This script is designed for those who want to use BitMex's trailing stop. It's not meant to be used as entry exits, but rather to get an idea of how wide the trailing stop needs to be. I suggest you backtest with different values. The script can also be integrated into an existing strategy which does give entry/exits to act as its stop loss.
Allows you to backtest a simple percentage based trailing stop, with a trailing buy. Experiment with different percentages on different timeframes for different charts.
For BTCUSD, on daily 4.3% stop and 1.9% buy works well, while on 4hr a 1.5% stop and 1.9% buy works best.
Please comment with any other combos that work well for you on different markets or timeframes.
A nice collection of Buy/Sell indicators.
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This script is designed to aid in back-testing and trade execution.
It displays three sets of values - the teal colored value is the current ATR, the green colored value is your stop loss distance (in pips) below the most recent swing low for long trades , and the red colored value is your stop loss distance (in pips) above the most recent swing high for short...