This is a proof of concept and a cool pinescript utility
It displays a risk to reward division as a fractional value.
This will be displayed as 1/2 as we can earn 2 units for a potential loss of 1 unit
(600/300 = 2) for those wondering the NASA level mathematics behind :)
This is an example snippet that should allow for adding a trailing stop and trailing stop activation to almost any script.
You can use it by setting a trailing stop alone. This will provide you standard trailing stop functionality allowing you to lock in profits and increase your stop-loss as the price moves in your direction.
You can also set the trailing stop...
This is an upgraded version of my Dollar Cost Average (Data Window) script
1 - What is Dollar-Cost Averaging ( DCA )?
Dollar-Cost Averaging is a strategy that allows an investor to buy the same dollar amount of investment at regular intervals. The purchases occur regardless of the asset's price.
I hope you're hungry because that one is a...
This is the last of the 'RePaNoCHa' script for Automatic Trading ;-) ... This time with two take profits ...
It Use 6 indicators + volume:
-JURIK MOVING AVERAGE
-RSI + VOLUME WEIGHTED
To close the position you can choose between 2 Take Profit and the amount to use on each one.
You can transform it yourself into...
EDS AWESOME BOT SIGNALER
Specially for use with e.g. 3commas or autoview
But can also be used just in normal manual (visual) mode
This Script is very early Beta. Works for visual manual use....
and also for 3Commas Bot as "Signaler" (how to connect with Bot, see the docu on 3commas).
... but can use as Signaler for any Bot who is able to get Tradingview...
I received a ton of requests for this script so I decided to share it
I did it for a client who didn't want to pay (you can all blame... or even thank him for this script) in the end and I don't want to sell it on my website.
Not because it's not interesting but because my website will be a place to showcase and rent the Algorithm Builders...
This is a repost, the first version was locked and I am unable to unlock it. So I'm simply publishing it anew.
This is more of a test run than anything. Gunbot approximation courtesy of Vosechu and the original can be found here.
A bit of context
Definition: Volatility is defined as the close of current candle - close of the previous N candle
This is an alternative version of my Best Volatility Calculator
The other version is displayed on a panel below. This one overlays on the chart using the "overlay=true" setting
This indicator shows the average volatility, of...
Companion script to "Ultimate Smoothed MA" , details in that description.
Adapted from Chris Moody's "Ultimate Moving Average-Multi-TimeFrame-7 MA Types"
If you'd like to receive alerts on turning points, the conditions in line 96 and 97 can be used for alertcondition.
The average directional index (ADX) is a technical analysis metric. Analysts use it to determine the relative strength of a trend, with the direction of the trend either upwards or downwards.
The Average Directional Index (ADX) along with the Negative Directional Indicator (-DI) and the Positive Directional Indicator (+DI) are momentum strength indicators that...
This is the alert script for the P2-V2 Strategy. For some reason pasting it into the P2-V2 description results in some of the lines becoming corrupt. So figured the best way would be to publish it.
This is a fork of JustUncleL's
Dual MA Ribbons R0.13
It is now a blank template for making new strategies / alerts for autoview
The changes are as follows:
Removed actual algo
Establish functions for long Signal, long Close Signal and short Signal, short Close Signal to minimize the places code must be edited to update / replace algos
Make allow Long and...
This indicator shows the average volatility, of last N Periods, for the selected time frames.
You can select up to 2 timeframes with this version
Volatility is defined as the close of current candle - close of the previous N candle
Presented as Currency, Pip, percentage labels in a panel below.
Will calculate in real-time only for the current...