This is my take on a grid trading strategy. From Investopedia:
"Grid trading is most commonly associated with the foreign exchange market. Overall the technique seeks to capitalize on normal price volatility in an asset by placing buy and sell orders at certain regular intervals above and below a predefined base price."
This strategy is best used on sideways...
This script is a grid bot simulator for ranging/choppy markets. Prices are divided into grids, or trade zones, that will trigger signals each time a new zone is entered. During ranging markets, each transaction is followed by a “take profit.” As the market starts to trend, transactions are stacked (compare to DCA), until the market consolidates. No signals are...
This script plots a a square composed of 8 equilateral triangles ("grid"). User can set the frequency of calculation/interval by adjusting the 't' parameter.
Steps for calculating grid:
1. Find the highest high and lowest low for last 't' periods.
2. Calculate midpoint for prices during that interval (highest high + lowest low) / 2.
3. Center of the grid =...
Grid Bot Simulator. Based on RSI levels.
How it works:
Prices are divided into grids, or trade zones, that are based on RSI levels. Buys will trigger when the RSI crosses into a higher zone, after descending. Sells will trigger when the RSI crosses into a lower zone, after ascending. After triggering, a new signal will not be produced until the RSI progresses...
It is possible to use progressive position sizing in order to recover from past losses, a well-known position sizing system being the "martingale", which consists of doubling your position size after a loss, this allows you to recover any previous losses in a losing streak + winning an extra. This system has seen a lot of attention from the trading community...
Request for SpreadEagle71:
Stop Hunt Levels adapted from:
smoothing: smooths/average the source higher value will remove spikes but delay the speed of adjusting
source: source to compare crossing lines.
Rounding Value: value space of the grid.
Entry Window Size: Space for entrys.
This is a very quick script indicator to show the “grid” for an active (or one you are planning to manually configure) 3commas Grid bot.
To use, you’ll need to go to your Grid bot page in 3commas and enter the Upper and Lower Limit Values, either from the “manual” section if you are planning a new Grid bot, or from an open Grid trade by clicking the monthly...
This is very similar to 3Commas' grid bot, the range is from the previous 7 days' lowest low decreased by 3% to the previous 7 days' highest high increased by 3%, you can also adjust if you want 7 days' highest/lowest close price as your range or highest high and lowest low as your range. 10 buys and 10 sells within the range, the unit price would be...
The proposed strategy is based on a grid system with a money management that tries to replicate the effect of a martingale without having to double your position size after each loss, hence the name "fake martingale". Note that a balance using this strategy is still subject to exponential decay, the risk is not minimized, as such, it would be dangerous to use this...
This strategy uses grid levels determined by pivot points based on the selected time period.
It's useful for swing trading without leverage, spot trading or for Hold management.
If the price goes down we buy and if it continues to go down we keep buying improving the average price.
When the price rises above the average entry price, we sell and if it continues to...
Multi Bar OHLC Compare Panel by RagingRocketBull 2019
This indicator lets you compare OHLCV values from several specified bars. Bars can be dynamic/persistent.
You can also use it as an alternate OHLC panel if you don't like small font of the native TradingView panel.
It uses Pinescript v4 to output data dynamically as string labels in a...
The purpose of this indicator is to draw a horizontal grid having in mind:
- rounded price levels instead tradingview standard grid, zoom-based;
- calculated by volatility, using daily ATR;
- independent of timeframe in use, locked to DAILY calculations.
Further improvements are intended.
Wish this could be useful. Any questions, feel free to comment.
This is an experimental study designed to track directional polarities across multiple timeframes and express them as a simple two color grid.
The polarity in this calculation is determined by divergence between a fast and slow McGinley Dynamic.
Your current resolution's polarity is the top row, the rows below are are for higher timeframes of your choice.