Alxuse Supertrend 4EMA Buy and Sell for tutorial

All abilities of Supertrend, moreover :
Drawing 4 EMA band & the ability to change values, change colors, turn on/off show.
Sends Signal Sell and Buy in multi timeframe.
The ability used in the alert section and create customized alerts.
To receive valid alerts the replay section , the timeframe of the chart must be the same as the timeframe of the indicator.
Supertrend with a simple EMA Filter can improve the performance of the signals during a strong trend.
For detecting the continuation of the downward and upward trend we can use 4 EMA colors.
In the upward trend , the EMA lines are in order of green, blue, red, yellow from bottom to top.
In the downward trend, the EMA lines are in order of yellow, red, blue, green from bottom to top.

How it works:

x1 = MA1 < MA2 and MA2 < MA3 and MA3 < MA4 and ta.crossunder(MA3, MA4)
x2 = MA1 < MA2 and MA2 < MA3 and MA3 < MA4 and ta.crossunder(MA2, MA3)
x3 = MA1 < MA2 and MA2 < MA3 and MA3 < MA4 and ta.crossunder(MA1, MA2)

y1 = MA4 < MA3 and MA3 < MA2 and MA2 < MA1 and ta.crossover(MA3, MA4)
y2 = MA4 < MA3 and MA3 < MA2 and MA2 < MA1 and ta.crossover(MA2, MA3)
y3 = MA4 < MA3 and MA3 < MA2 and MA2 < MA1 and ta.crossover(MA1, MA2)

Red triangle = x1 or x2 or x3
Green triangle = y1 or y2 or y3

Long = BUY signal and followed by a Green triangle
Exit Long = SELL signal

Short = SELL signal and followed by a Red triangle
Exit Short = BUY signal

It is also possible to get help from the Stochastic RSI and MACD indicators for confirmation.
For receiving a signal with these two conditions or more conditions, i am making a video tutorial that I will release soon.

Supertrend is a trend-following indicator based on Average True Range (ATR). The calculation of its single line combines trend detection and volatility. It can be used to detect changes in trend direction and to position stops.
The basics
The Supertrend is a trend-following indicator. It is overlaid on the main chart and their plots indicate the current trend. A Supertrend can be used with varying periods (daily, weekly, intraday etc.) and on varying instruments.
The Supertrend has several inputs that you can adjust to match your trading strategy. Adjusting these settings allows you to make the indicator more or less sensitive to price changes.
For the Supertrend inputs, you can adjust atrLength and multiplier:
the atrLength setting is the lookback length for the ATR calculation;
multiplier is what the ATR is multiplied by to offset the bands from price.
When the price falls below the indicator curve, it turns red and indicates a downtrend. Conversely, when the price rises above the curve, the indicator turns green and indicates an uptrend. After each close above or below Supertrend, a new trend appears.
The Supertrend helps you make the right trading decisions. However, there are times when it generates false signals. Therefore, it is best to use the right combination of several indicators. Like any other indicator, Supertrend works best when used with other indicators such as MACD, Parabolic SAR, or RSI.

Exponential Moving Average
The Exponential Moving Average (EMA) is a specific type of moving average that points towards the importance of the most recent data and information from the market. The Exponential Moving Average is just like it’s name says - it’s exponential, weighting the most recent prices more than the less recent prices. The EMA can be compared and contrasted with the simple moving average.
Similar to other moving averages, the EMA is a technical indicator that produces buy and sell signals based on data that shows evidence of divergence and crossovers from general and historical averages. Additionally, the EMA tries to amplify the importance that the most recent data points play in a calculation.
It is common to use more than one EMA length at once, to provide more in-depth and focused data. For example, by choosing 10-day and 200-day moving averages, a trader is able to determine more from the results in a long-term trade, than a trader who is only analyzing one EMA length.
It’s best to use the EMA when for trending markets, as it shows uptrends and downtrends when a market is strong and weak, respectively. An experienced trader will know to look both at the line the EMA projects, as well as the rate of change that comes from each bar as it moves to the next data point. Analyzing these points and data streams correctly will help the trader determine when they should buy, sell, or switch investments from bearish to bullish or vice versa.
Short-term averages, on the other hand, is a different story when analyzing Exponential Moving Average data. It is most common for traders to quote and utilize 12- and 26-day EMAs in the short-term. This is because they are used to create specific indicators. Look into Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) for more information. Similarly, the 50- and 200-day moving averages are most common for analyzing long-term trends.
Moving averages can be very useful for traders using technical analysis for profit. It is important to identify and realize, however, their shortcomings, as all moving averages tend to suffer from recurring lag. It is difficult to modify the moving average to work in your favor at times, often having the preferred time to enter or exit the market pass before the moving average even shows changes in the trend or price movement for that matter.
All of this is true, however, the EMA strives to make this easier for traders. The EMA is unique because it places more emphasis on the most recent data. Therefore, price movement and trend reversals or changes are closely monitored, allowing for the EMA to react quicker than other moving averages.
Although using the Exponential Moving Average has a lot of advantages when analyzing market trends, it is also uncertain whether or not the use of most recent data points truly affects technical and market analysis. In addition, the EMA relies on historical data as its basis for operating and because news, events, and other information can change rapidly the indicator can misinterpret this information by weighting the current prices higher than when the event actually occurred.
The Exponential Moving Average (EMA) is a moving average and technical indicator that reflects and projects the most recent data and information from the market to a trader and relies on a base of historical data. It is one of many different types of moving averages and has an easily calculable formula.
The added features to the indicator are made for training, it is advisable to use it with caution in tradings.

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