edward_Z

[Zekis]Screener

A simple screener that scan thru multiple pairs for a setup.
The screener have as example an EMA 50 cross, so you have to change it with your indicator/strategy.
You can use a maximum of 40 security() function, right now there are 20, so you can have a total of 40 pairs.
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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nice script
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Second panel is not getting reflected
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Amazing script! If I wanted to use another EMA in a higher timeframe, how could I do it? Example, in 5m close is greater than ema50 and in 30m close is greater than ema50. Do you think it is possible to put together a script like this?
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edward_Z mincho1010
@mincho1010, add this and stay on 5m chart

//@version=4 
study("My Script", overlay = true) 

ema50 = ema(close, 50) 

ema50_30m = security(syminfo.tickerid, "30", ema50) 
close_30m = security(syminfo.tickerid, "30", close) 

condition = close > ema50 and close_30m > ema50_30m 

plot(ema50) 
plot(ema50_30m, color = color.yellow)
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mincho1010 edward_Z
@edward_Z, Thanks man!! Is it possible to add an alarm to your script to sound when the conditions are met in an asset?
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edward_Z mincho1010
@mincho1010,
alercondition(condition, "Close above EMA", "Close above EMA")
but this will trigger the alert every candle when the close is above ema, you need instead a crossover condition, which you have to figure it out how can be done :)
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mincho1010 edward_Z
@edward_Z, Thanks!!!
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mincho1010 edward_Z
@edward_Z, I couldn't get the alarm to go off. I tried many things. What would be great is that every time a new asset goes long / short the alarm sounds warning that this new asset has entered a trend. I mean, if a new asset is added to the screener list an alarm warns
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How would you get alerts sent for when one of the pairs goes short and vice versa
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