This is a preety good strategy suited for long term trading.
It has been adapted and optimized in this case for GBP/JPY 1D time frame.
Its made of Kiojun baseline, together with ATR for stop loss and size calculation and Williams % R
For the purpose of this example we simulate that we have a leverage of 100x in order to be able to buy the ammount of lots...
This is a strategy adapted mainly for futures - comodities market. Specialy long term charts like 1D +
It can work and be adapted to other markets as well.
In this case, initially we have 3 emas : a fast, a medium and a slow one.
If we have a cross between fast and slow and fast is above medium -> we have a long signal
If we have a cross donw between fast and...
This is a strategy build inside tradingview, which I found it works great with swing/position trading.
It works based on parabolic sar indicator, when indicator is below the candle, is an uptrend and when its its above is a downtrend.
At the same time it's very nice, because it has a sort of stop loss which is dynamic, because it triggers when candle crosses...
Week and or Day Display of Open, Close, High & Low.
In the settings under Input can be activated individually:
In the settings under Style every single element can be activated as well as the colors and appearance can be adjusted. It is important that under the point Input the fields were activated which are needed.
Part of my strategy involves entering a trade based on a candle on a 5-min chart being < 2% (ignoring major volatility).
I got tired of calculating the range of a single candle either in my head or on a calculator, so I wrote this up. Feel free to share it.
Shows the %move of any single candle, default horizontal lines are 1% & 2%, can be changed by clicking...
After reading Cam Hui's blog post about his "Trifecta" bottom spotting model I thought I'd try my hand at scripting it as an indicator. The results are pretty close to what he describes. Though the data TradingView feeds me doesn't seem to be identical to what he's using on StockCharts.com the results are close enough that I will call the effort a success worth...