Today I present you a Supertrend not based on candle close but based on a CCI (Commodity Channel Index)
How does it work?
Bull event: CCI crossing over the 0 line
Bear event: CCI crossing below the 0 line
When the event is triggered, the script will plot the Supertrend as follow
UP Trend = High + ATR * Factor
DOWN Trend = Low - ATR *...
I improved Squeeze Momentum Indicator by LazyBear (momentum filter, changed data source to ohlc4) and transformed it into a strategy, adding a risk management system + ability to customize time frames for backtest.
Shortly about Squeeze Momentum Indicator:
This is a derivative of John Carter's "TTM Squeeze" volatility indicator, as discussed in his book...
Sharing a sample Supertrend strategy to illustrate how to calculate a convergence and using it in a strategy
I based the setup as follow:
- Entries on Supertrend MTF breakout + moving average cross. Entering whenever there is a convergence
- exit whenever a Simple Moving Averages cross in the opposite direction happen
- possibility to filter only...
I'm not a HODLer by any means. I know when to sell (or I think I know....) when an asset starts going against me too much.
Even if it's a "long-term" investment.
My mentor used to telling me this: "If a short-term trade becomes a long-term investment, then you're in for a hell of a ride".
I have no clue if Bitcoin/BTC will go back up or not - I...
Created strategy based on Voss Predictive Filter, implemented by TradingView user e2e4mfck.
Voss Predictive Filter
This is a relatively new filter from John F. Ehlers’ article, “A Peek Into The Future .” Ehlers describes the calculation of a new filter that could help signal cyclical turning points in markets.
But filter has a negative group delay and while...
Intended for use with Cryptocurrency Markets on the 12 hour time frame, the 60/20 exponential moving average frequency has proven successful for identifying trend bottom formations and for verifying head and shoulders top formations.
Combine the Crypto EMA 60/20 with classical RSI and MACD divergences to help verify impending reversals.
Useful for identifying...
I offer you today the BTC halving countdown updated in real-time on your charts
I inspired myself greatly from the gentleman @everget's script LTC halving countdown below
The countdown date is coming from that source www.bitcoinblockhalf.com.
This indicator plots BitMEX liquidation levels:
The indicator works as following:
The underlying assumption (as with all liquidation calculations) obviously is that traders used fixed margin or go "all in" on their cross-margin account.
You then can configure a minimum trade volume and a minimum price change in percent for a candle to start...
A script using 1m small candle size (configurable) to compute the volume of buy (up) vs sell (down) candles (instead of actual market buy vs sell orders which are not available in pine script).
It then plots the buy vs sell ratio as an oscillator below the cart.
This gives traders an idea of current order flow in the market.
To compute the small candles this...
This script shows the estimated circulating supply of Bitcoin on any given day.
- Estimated Bitcoin circulating supply calculated daily
- Uses the Bitcoin reward schedule, past halving dates, and the next upcoming halving estimated date to calculate the current estimated supply.
- Optionally includes an option to use "Log Reduction" on the chart
Here we go again.... with the second strategy snippet.
Reminder: the first snipper was a Trailing Profit strategy script
What's on the menu?
A trailing stop is designed to protect gains by enabling a trade to remain open and continue to profit as long as the price is moving in the investor's favor.
The order closes the trade if the price changes...
Hope you're all doing well
This script is a generic cloud generator using a pre-selected set of moving averages (I probably forgot a lot but listed all the ones I used at least once).
A cloud is a visual representation of the gap between two moving averages - it shows right away how big in that gap (=how far they are from each other)
Earlier this week I discovered a new built-in variable called syminfo.type
What is it for?
This variable returns the type of the current symbol. Possible values are cfd, stock, futures, indices, forex, crypto, fund.
Cool bro but... should we care?
Well... we all should. Imagine you have a generic script and you want a different configuration...
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