The Omega Ratio is a risk-return performance measure of an investment asset, portfolio, or strategy. It is defined as the probability-weighted ratio, of gains versus losses for some threshold return target . The ratio is an alternative for the widely used Sharpe ratio and is based on information the Sharpe ratio discards.
As we have mentioned...
This strategy script simulates, if you invest every new month.
You can set a Date Range
You can set your Sparrate/how much you want to invest every month
In the Right Corner you can see, how much you invested so far
In the End of the Date Range, all positions get closed and you can see your performance.
Note: Please ignore the...
This is really, really, really basic.
Its just 10 ROIs - Return On Investment- plots for the following periods:
It is meant for 1 day bars. Of course it will work anywhere and you can change the settings to fit your purposes but I thought these were the most useful periods.
This indicator plot basic key financial data to imitate the presentation format of several popular finance site, make it easier for a quick glance of overall company financial health without switching tabs for every single stocks.
█ Financial Data Available:
- Revenue & PAT (Profit after Tax)
- Net Profit...
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This is a script written by capriole_charles
Go check out the original!
I have added leverage and stoploss % but also made it a strategy so we can look back at past trades to see patterns and profit.
Personally I feel this is not enough data to trade off as BTC is such a young asset. However I have seen other...
This is a more advanced version of my original mean reversion script.
It employs the famous Bollinger Bands.
This robot will buy when price falls below the lower Bollinger Band, and sell when price moves above the upper Bollinger Band.
I've only tested it on the S&P 500, though you could try it out on other assets to see the backtest performance.
I was tired of not having something to compare the real economic strength of a country (US only for now...) to it's companies valuations.
So I made my own! Trading view does not have the wilshire indice, but it has the Rus 3000, good enough, & the US GDP since 1946 so this is what I am using.
Warren Buffet is famous for liking this so now the idea has its name....
I proudly present the backtest Strategy Script for my "Buy and Hold entry finder" Script.
It basically shows you the outcome, if you would use my indicator in the past.
The buy signals are limited to 1 order per month.
Order Size: Allows you to choose, how much money you want to invest per month. (Please consider, it will only invest an x...
This is a indicator based on the MACD and the distance between the current price and the Exponential moving Average .
The signal gets triggered if the current MACD (with default settings) is under 0 and the Distance from the Ema gets smaller if under ema or gets bigger if over ema . In edition you can set a max distance from the ema .
When there isn't enough time in your day to day-trade, yet you want to utilise all the technical analysis skills you have... why not make a long term investing or swing trading indicator set to help you along the way!
So I did....
When it comes to long term investing and swing trading, I often find the weekly 12/26/52 EMA's do a great job in capturing the main...
Test of dynamic channels and some statistics made by hand.
This indicator was done specifically for the S&P500 index.
As you can see, below the 125 EMA there's a lot more volatility than in the upside. I've made some kind of a dynamic linear regression of the lows and the highs.
I've chosen the MA that best fits the SPX, and then calculated in Excel the...
The RSI is a technical indicator generally used with the general setting being 14 days, and often shorter.
The accepted view is that a level of 70 indicates overbought conditions, and 30 indicates oversold conditions.
A short RSI setting will give signals quite often, and they might sometimes contradict each other.
As a individual investor, perhaps with a...