Write your own strategy and use Hodl to Sodl to send Alerts for when to buy & sell, and automatically plot your anticipated buys/sells to the chart. A must have for AutoView users. Requires Pine Script coding. Not compatible with "Strategy Tester" tab and "Paper Trading" tab in TradingView.
Hodl-Sodl itself is not a strategy. It is a framework for building...
Alpha Performance of Period (PoP) produces a visualization of returns (gains and losses) over a quarterly, monthly, or annual period. It also displays the total % gain and loss over any length of days, months, and years as defined by the user.
Performance of Period (PoP) can be used to understand the performance of an asset over multiple periods using a single...
A very simple code aiming to help you size your position, according to the amount you're accepting to lose AND the current volatility ATR.
Why is it important to use ATR size ? Markets move, and having fixed stoploss values will lead to getting stopped out in case of volatility increase.
You also need to size down your trades in case of more...
Test version of a weighted average calculator, will make an update later with more functions and a better view.
For now it's mainly useful for getting an average value and see how you can ladder into your position,
if you use the weights as the amount you want to order, you can see the total value and expected loss in the label.
You can use the weights as...
If green is over the red it means that longs are currently dominant on BitFinex for BTC.
Same goes if red is over green just that shorts are dominant.
If the green is over red the green will show how many more longs there are than shorts and if you hover over the red you will see how many more shorts there are compared to longs
Vice versa if red is over...
Determine the position of the product to purchase according to:
1. max loss that you could tolerate
2. max volatility that you could tolerate (defined as the multiple of the current ATR)
current ATR = $5
max loss = $1000
volatility multiple = 2
The position will be
p = $1000 / $5 / 2 = 100 (shares)