Pivot Point Reversal Strategy
Pivot point reversal strategy is based on the first support level’s price action during the bullish trend and the first resistance level during the bearish trend . Traders follow the main trend and enter into the trade after reversal analyzing pivot point levels.
This version is an upgraded version, combining the initial pivot point...
This script shows the long and short points of certain Japanese bots like 'DotenKun' which use open range breakouts method.
Searching recent 18 bars as default and shows the range calculated with a factor (default k = 1.6). You can edit this condition by yourself.
When filled the long or short conditions, also shows the indicator on the price chart to help...
This is crypto and stock market trending strategy designed for long timeframes such as 4h+
From my tests it looks like it works better to trade crypto against crypto than trading against fiat.
RSI for rising/falling of the trend
Rules for entry
For long: RSI values are rising, and bb and roc tells us we are not in a...
#-- Public Strategy - No Repaint - Fractals -- Short term
Here I come with another script, more simple than Wavetrend V1. You will love it.
#-- Synopsis --
Another simple idea, on a small time frame (15 min) we buy when the opening price goes below a Bottom fractals and sell when it goes over a Top fractals, but as this script do not use Wavetrends. You...
For those of us who need more excitement in our crypto journey besides just HODL, here’s a simple crypto robot that trades on the hourly (1H) candles. I call it the Crypto Surfer because it uses the 20 and 40 EMAs (Exponential Moving Averages) to decide when to enter and exit; price tends to “surf” above these EMAs when it is bullish, and “sink” below these EMAs...
This is a CRYPTO correlation strategy, which is using BTC sentiment with BITFINEX long and short ratios.
WIth them we are making from one side 2 RSI, one for long and another for short. And from another side, we are going to make multiple EMA's, using the ratios for long and short.
Rules for entry
For this scenario I created a long only strategy.
The long entry...
This is a long only strategy adapted for crypto market.
Its idea is to take the most juice out of a long trend and cut the losses as soon as possible.
For this , its components are RSI with a very big length - 100 or 200 preferably and RVI.
Rules for entry
If RVI is in the buy zone and we have a crossover from RSI with the overbought level.
This is a simple yet very efficient daytrading strategy for most crosses pairs, like EUR/NZD, EUR/AUD , GBP/NZD, GBP/AUD and so on.
It tends to works best with 1h and 15 min time frame charts.
Its components are :
Entry time = session that we want to trade, where we can combine for example half of London and all of NY using an hour system.
As we can discover by studying the history of BTCUSD, the fall is always swift. Confirmation of this - today's collapse. In this strategy, an attempt is made to catch such drop by using quick entry and quick exit.
Let's describe what this strategy consists of:
• TEMA (you can find this strategy separately on this page or on platform)
value of close of candle < value of close of candle previous by 1 = sell
close > close1 = buy
closeorder on SL
closeorder on AutoProfit
closeorder on signal reverse (if openorder not in profit)
This is project XIAM, a work in progress.
Recently i came across the repainting problem.
Since then i haven't seen any bot-code that makes > 5% profit in two weeks with 0.25% fees/trade.
People who make good bots either bluff or don't share the code.
they let you rent it.
I aim to understand, learn it, write it myself. And share my findings...
This script is intended to print signals on the main price chart and send alerts when the RSI is overbought or oversold.
You can customize the source of the signal (open, close, etc), as well as oversold/overbought levels, and RSI length.
Simple way how to use Linear Regression for trading.
What we use:
• Linear Regression
• EMA 200 as a trend filter
Firstly we make two different linear regression movings as oscillator. For this we need to subtract slow moving from fast moving, so we get the single moving around zero. This is the green/red line which appears on the chart.
The trade open...