Tillson T3 Moving Average - Screener

Screener version of Tillson T3 Moving Average:

The T3 Moving Average generally produces entry signals similar to other moving averages and, thus, is mainly traded in the same manner. Here are several assumptions:

Suppose the price action is above the T3 Moving Average, and the indicator is upward. In that case, we have a bullish trend and should only enter long trades (advisable for novice/intermediate traders). If the price is below the T3 Moving Average and edging lower, we have a bearish trend and should limit entries to short.

About Screener Panel:

Users can explore 20 different and user-defined tickers, which can be changed from the SETTINGS (shares, crypto, commodities...) on this screener version.
The screener panel shows up right after the bars on the right side of the chart.

Tickers seen in green are the ones that are in an uptrend, according to T3.
The ones that appear in red are those in the SELL signal, in a downtrend.
The numbers in front of each Ticker indicate how many bars passed after the last BUY or SELL signal of T3.
For example, according to the indicator, when BTCUSDT appears (3) in GREEN, Bitcoin switched to a BUY signal 3 bars ago.

-In this screener version of Tillson T3 Moving Average, users can define the number of demanded tickers (symbols) from 1 to 20 by checking the relevant boxes on the settings tab.
-All selected tickers can be screened in different timeframes.
-Also, different timeframes of the same Ticker can be screened.

Screener shows the results in 2 different logic:
-Screener shows the information about the color changes of the T3 Moving Average with default settings.
-Users can check the "Change Screener to show T3 & Price Flips" button to activate the screener giving information about price flips.
If this option is preferred, users are advised to enlarge the length to have better signals.

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