This strategy is for learning purposes only. Pay special attention to these strategies on longer aggregation periods (like 1 hr chart or more). Don't expect accurate results when you set a limit to 10 cents above your entry to be accurate. For example if you set the chart to 1 day, the price may move down and hit a stop 10 times then tag your limit. If this...
This is Mr. Yen's color zone. I have also added an input to adjust the sizes of each box. Mainly targeted for MES and ES.
The default settings are as he describes:
white line is the previous day close
red zone = +/- 20 from the previous day close
yellow zone = +/- 40 from the previous day close
green zone = +/- 60 from the previous day close
blue zone = +/- 100...
Count of previous bars above or below a chosen Exponential Moving Average. Typically price reconnects with well defined EMAs regularly. If the price has been above/below an EMA for too long, you can expect a reconnect in a short order and bet on mean reversion strategies.
ATR Pivot Point Index (ATR_PPI) is based on the theory of mean reversion.
I was inspired to create this indicator after watching a particular YouTube video on the UKspreadbetting channel.
In this video, the trader being interviewed mentioned that he would exit when price is too far from the moving average.
In other words, he exits when he thinks...
For Educational Purposes. Results can differ on different markets and can fail at any time. Profit is not guaranteed.
This only works in a few markets and in certain situations. Changing the settings can give better or worse results for other markets. This is a good way to show off a good looking strategy, atleast in paper, with minimal effort involved in the...
// This is a simple Mean Reversion & Breakout Indicator.
// A Donchian Channel is plotted. A threshold equal to 0.25 of Daily ATR.
// If price reverses from this threshold, then it can be taken as possible Mean Reversion.
// If price crosses the previous Donchian levels, it can be taken as a possible breakout.
// Typical of such strategy is the whipsaw effect...