Ninorigo

Scalping using RSI 2 indicator with TP and TSL

This study implements a simply scalping using the RSI (calculated on two periods), the slopes of two MAs ( EMA or SMA ) having different lengths (by default, I use 50 and 200).
A take profit (%) and a trailing stop loss (%) are used.

Entry conditions:
.) Fast MA > Slow MA and Price > Slow MA and RSI < Oversold Threshold ------> go Long
.) Fast MA < Slow MA and Price < Slow MA and RSI > Overbought Threshold ------> go Short

Exit conditions:
.) Long entry condition is true and (close >= TP or close <= TSL ) ----> close short position
.) Short entry condition is true and (close <= TP or close >= TSL ) ----> close long position


The strategy performed best on Bitcoin and the most liquid and capitalized Altcoins but works excellent on volatile assets, mainly if they often go trending.
Works best on 3h - 4h time frame.

There's also an optional Volatility filter, which opens the position only if the difference between the two slopes is more than a specific value, which can be set in the study inputs. The purpose is not opening positions if the price goes sideways and the noise is way > than the signal.

Note:
.) the RSI length is 2;
.) the oversold Threshold is 90%;
.) the overbought Threshold is 10%;
.) by default, the take profit per cent is 0.5%;
.) by default, the trailing stop loss per cent is 0.5%;
.) by default, the fast MA length is 50;
.) by default, the slow MA length is 200;
.) by default, the MA used is EMA .

Cheers.
Release Notes: Code improved.
Open-source script

In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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Comments

Im unable to see the TP on the chart. have checked setting and it is turned on. any suggestions? love it anyway
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