[VJ]Thor for MFI

This is a simple intraday strategy for working on Stocks or commodities . You can modify the start time and end time based on your timezones. Session value should be from market start to the time you want to square-off

Important: The end time should be at least 2 minutes before the intraday square-off time set by your broker

Comment below if you get good returns

Indicators used :

Moving average (MA) is a widely used technical indicator that smooths out price trends by filtering out the “noise” from random short-term price fluctuations. Here moving averages are used to identify trend direction and to determine support and resistance levels. Overbought and oversold regions are also taken into consideration

The Money Flow Index ( MFI ) is a momentum indicator that measures the flow of money into and out of a security over a specified period of time. It is related to the Relative Strength Index ( RSI ) but incorporates volume , whereas the RSI only considers price. The MFI is calculated by accumulating positive and negative Money Flow values (see Money Flow ), then creating a Money Ratio. The Money Ratio is then normalized into the MFI oscillator form.

Using the combination of Overbought and Oversold values and varying MFI and using the MA filter to ensure the direction , we can buy/sell when conditions are met

Buying with MFI

1. MFI drops below 20 and enters inside oversold zone.
2. MFI bounces back above 20.
3. MFI pulls back but remains above 20.
4. A MFI break out above its previous high is a good buy signal.

Selling with MFI
1. MFI rises above 80 and enters inside overbought zone.
2. MFI drops back below 80.
3. MFI rises slightly but remains below 80.
4. MFI drops lower than its previous low is a signal to short sell or profit booking

Usage & Best setting :
Choose a good volatile stock and a time frame - 5m.
MFI factor : 3
Moving Average : 80
Overbought & Oversold - can be varied as per user
There is stop loss and take profit that can be used to optimise your trade

The template also includes daily square off based on your time.
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