xSilas

Godmode Oscillator, fresh bread generator, free to use!

Greetings Mates,

!!! If you want to use this tool for free you have to to following steps:

1) say thanks to LEGION who coded the first version.
2) say thanks to LAZYBEAR cause we ripped some code snippets from him.
3) say thanks to Ni6HTH4wK who coded the latest version.
4) say thanks to xSilas who gave the idea.

5) I know i said its a FREE Tool and you dont need to donate me cause i have Godmode :), but lets have a litte thought on all the people that are a bit poorer than us. It would be really great if we get some DOLLARS for a great charity action for children.

6) Feel free to spend some Bitcoins to this Address: 1BNjs1Prsux8YQawVWYfiYoxzoKzfReckX
(i start and going to spend 1 BTC ) (! the spended amount is revealed at the end!)

7) If you know said thankyou to everybody and may spend some dollars we can go on with Godmode trading.

8) Enjoy the Tool, merry Xmas and cheers for another great volatile bitcoin year :).
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// Tradingview.com
// @author LazyBear, xSilas, Ni6HTH4wK
// Drop a line if you use or modify this code.
study(title="Godmode3.1")
n1 = input(9, "Channel Length")
n2 = input(26, "Average Length")
n3 = input(13, "Short length")
multi = input(type=bool, defval=false, title="Multi-exchange?")
src0 = hlc3 

src1 = security("BITFINEX:BTCUSD", period, src0), src2 = security("BTCE:BTCUSD", period, src0)
src3 = security("OKCOIN:BTCUSD", period, src0), src4 = security("HUOBI:BTCCNY", period, src0)

tci(src) => ema((src - ema(src, n1)) / (0.025 * ema(abs(src - ema(src, n1)), n1)), n2)+50
mf(src) => rsi(sum(volume * (change(src) <= 0 ? 0 : src), n3), sum(volume * (change(src) >= 0 ? 0 : src), n3))
willy(src) => 60 * (src - highest(src, n2)) / (highest(src, n2) - lowest(src, n2)) + 80
csi(src) => avg(rsi(src, n3),tsi(src0,n1,n2)*50+50)

godmode(src) => avg(tci(src),csi(src),mf(src),willy(src))
tradition(src) => avg(tci(src),mf(src),rsi(src, n3))

wt1 = multi?avg(godmode(src0),godmode(src1),godmode(src2),godmode(src3),godmode(src4)):tradition(src0)
wt2 = sma(wt1,6)

extended = wt2<20 ? wt2+5 : wt2>80 ? wt2-5 : na

plot(wt1, color=green)
plot(wt2, color=red)
plot(ema((wt1-wt2)*2+50,n3), color=aqua, style=area, transp=80, histbase=50)
plot(extended, title="Caution!", color=yellow, style=circles, linewidth=2)

hline(80)
hline(20)

Kommentarer

How does it work exactly?
+11 Svara
@Dimmy,

FOLLOW ME...
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@Dimmy,

If you FOLLOW ME on TradingView and you will UNDERSTAND much more about this indicator.

I edited a few things in the script and added a Least Squared Moving Average (LSMA). I also created RULES for my version of the script. If you TRULY want to UNDERSTAND it the way it SHOULD have been created and understood, I recommend you follow me on TradingView.
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Big THX to LEGION / LAZYBEAR / Ni6HTH4wK and of course xSilas !!!
How to use this indicator ? Can You explain please!
+7 Svara
Hi xSilas, Do you have a more indepth "how to" for us slower folks? This indicator has been recommended by Eric Krown but I am not sure how to use. Any advise will be appreciated. Thanks!
+6 Svara
WyckoffMode John_McFarland
@John_McFarland,

FOLLOW ME on TradingView and you will UNDERSTAND much more about this indicator.

I edited a few things in the script and added a Least Squared Moving Average (LSMA). I also created RULES for my version of the script. If you TRULY want to UNDERSTAND it the way it SHOULD have been created and understood, I recommend you follow me on TradingView.
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Very cool indicator...and I'm currently attempting to implement this in python but have some confusion with the Pine script definiton for RSI. Can anyone help here?

mf(src) => rsi(sum(volume * (change(src) <= 0 ? 0 : src), n3), sum(volume * (change(src) >= 0 ? 0 : src), n3))

So rsi() here is taking 2 series as inputs instead of the usual rsi(series, length). I've never come across this before and have no idea what is being done inside the RSI func. TV's explanation is just:

"If x is a series and y is integer then x is a source series and y is a length. (normal use of an RSI function)
If x is a series and y is a series then x and y are considered to be 2 calculated MAs for upward and downward changes.
+4 Svara
I dont have any problem in donating some pounds. How does this strategy work in simple words?. and what should we do? donate and take a photo of the transaction? Then add it here?
+3 Svara
I really want to thank you guys, to all of you who collaborated for this great piece of work!!
A man who I respect a lot, said once: "You are rich when you give something"
Best regards from Germany
+1 Svara
Thanks legends
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