This study project is an updated version of the implementation of the "Stochastic False BAR" indicator.
The standard Stochastic buy/sell indications come from Stochastic crosses about the standard overbought/oversold zones (80/20). This does not always work and you get stuck in the OB/OS zones with a trend continuation. Utilising a second much...
A problem I noticed with the built in Vortex indicator was that it didn't include any defined thresholds that are important to understanding how to read the vortex indicator. So I modified the vortex indicator in order to have the thresholds built in so you don't have to draw horizontal lines on your chart.
Following Preston Pysh's "Bitcoin Mayer Multiple" study, I made this simple script to plot the Mayer multiple by calculating the ratio between bitcoin price and its 200-day moving average. It also plots the moving average of ratio itself.
This strategy compares the slope of a Moving Average (of your choosing) to the slope of a Momentum Indicator (of your choosing). Zero is the center line because 0 slope means sideways movement. When both lines cross your buy threshold, it buys. When both lines cross your Sell threshold, it sells. The lines may look choppy, but that is probably because it is...
Directional Movement Indicator:
+DI and -DI
I changed the color of the bar bars according to the crossed of +DI and -DI . It helps us to have an idea of whether the trend is continuing or not.
+DI crossover to -DI barcolor is Aqua, if not bar color is Red.
It also helps us to find the lowest and highest points of the graph according to the positions of Adx +DI...
Hey Folks, this is in indicator that generates buy and sell alerts using Ultimate Moving Average and Money Flow Index.
Multi Time Frame Moving Average trend reversal AND MFI < threshold
MFI crossing under overbought threshold
Recommended settings for 3commas
- Create Alert with Buy Alert and link it to "Message for deal start...
"All stocks in the market have unique personalities in terms of implied volatility (their option prices). For example, one stock might have an implied volatility of 30%, while another has an implied volatility of 50%. Even more, the 30% IV stock might usually trade with 20% IV, in which case 30% is high. On the other hand, the 50% IV stock might usually trade with...