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Trade Long when Arrows go up (B signal for Buy (Long))
Trade Short when Arrows go down. (S signal for Sell (Short))
C for close positions. first priority is always protect your capital and your profits even at the expense of more profits
BSI provides two attractive graphs that breakdown the long (green area) and short (red area) positions ratio for the all Bitfinex margin cryptocurrency pairs only.
It is a quantitative measure of the bullishness or bearishness that can be used as a trading rule or in a trading system entries or exits. Included slow stochastic oscillator.
Shows the long / short ratio of trader's positioning in bitfinex exchange.
The higher the ratio, it means there are more longs. The lower the ratio, the more shorts are currently being opened,.
I'm often asked to provide an alternate view on the CoT data. For example, the indicator "Commercial index" is an oscillator from 0 to 100, but oftentimes it can be helpful to look at the absolute position. So, here the absolute position of certain parts of the CoT report are given, alongside with the percentage of a given time frame to put them in...
This script allows you to set breakout alerts.
An alert will be triggered only when price breaks and closes beyond the specified prices. You will get an alert on the first candle that closes beyond the levels you set.
Uses two sets of MACD plus an RSI to either long or short. All three indicators trigger buy/sell as one (ie it's not 'IF MACD1 OR MACD2 OR RSI > 1 = buy", its more like "IF 1 AND 2 AND RSI=buy", all 3 match required for trigger)
The MACD inputs should be tweaked depending on timeframe and what you are trading. If you are doing 1, 3, 5 min or real...
This indicator is based on "Generic 8x MA Plotter", by @LazyBear.
It is also based on my own indicator "10x MA (H, D, W, M)", which is good for Swing Trading and/or Position.
This one is focused in daytrade and it will plot three Moving Averages based on current time interval (under 5 minutes) and nine based on chosen periods by 5, 15, 30 and 60 minutes. You will...