Once market opens, the strategy calculates the price to send a stop buy order
The order is calculated as the sum of yesterday's range multiplied by a special number and today's open price
System has no stops yet
System closes the position on session close
The performance is quite good
Feel free to use it and trade it
Good luck and good trading
This script implements a rebrushed distance-based pair trading strategy. In this strategy, normally they trade the difference between the prices of two instruments. This difference is also called spread. Here, however we’ll trade the difference between two time frames of one instrument. And that's the main trick. Common procedure consists of the following...
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Great Expectations helps traders answer the question: What is possible? It is a powerful question, yet exploration of the unknown always entails risk. A more complete set of questions better suited to traders could be:
What opportunity exists from any given point on a chart?
What portion of this opportunity can be realistically captured?
What risk will be incurred...