Title: "Fiboborsa+Bist Indicator for TradingView"

Description: The "Fiboborsa+Bist" indicator is a powerful tool designed for TradingView users. This indicator offers a comprehensive set of technical indicators to assist you in your technical analysis and trading decisions.


Simple Moving Averages (SMA): You can enable or disable SMA with different periods (20, 50, 100, 200) to observe different timeframes and trends.

SMA Strategy: Use SMA crossovers to determine trends. Watch for the 20-period SMA crossing above the 50-period SMA for a bullish signal. For a bearish signal, observe the 50-period SMA crossing below the 100-period SMA.

Exponential Moving Averages (EMA): Similar to SMA, you can enable or disable EMA with different periods (5, 8, 14, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233) for more precise trend analysis.

EMA Strategy: Use EMA crossovers and crossunders for short-term trend changes. A buy signal may occur when the 5-period EMA crosses above the 14-period EMA, while a crossunder suggests a selling opportunity.

Weighted Moving Averages (WMA): Customize WMA settings with various periods (5, 13, 21, 34, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987) to suit your trading style.

WMA Strategy: Use WMA crossovers to verify trends. When the 13-period WMA crosses above the 34-period WMA, it may indicate an uptrend.

Buy and Sell Signals: The indicator provides buy and sell signals based on EMA crossovers and crossunders. Strong signals are also highlighted.

EMA Buy and Sell Strategy: Make informed trading decisions using buy and sell signals generated by EMA crossovers and crossunders.
Ichimoku Cloud: You can enable the Ichimoku Cloud for a clear visual representation of support and resistance levels.

Ichimoku Strategy: Use the Ichimoku Cloud to determine trend direction. Entering long positions is common when the price is above the cloud and considering short positions when it's below the cloud. Verify the trend with the Chikou Span.

Bollinger Bands: Easily visualize price volatility by enabling the Bollinger Bands feature.

Bollinger Bands Strategy: Bollinger Bands help you visualize price volatility. Look for potential reversal points when the price touches or crosses the upper or lower bands.
Use the "Fiboborsa+Bist" indicator to enhance your trading strategies and make informed decisions in the dynamic world of financial markets.

Additional Information:

Bollinger Bands: Bollinger Bands are a technical analysis tool used to monitor price volatility and determine overbought or oversold conditions. This indicator consists of three components:

Middle Moving Average (SMA): Typically, a 20-day SMA is used.
Upper Band: Calculated by adding two times the standard deviation to the SMA.
Lower Band: Calculated by subtracting two times the standard deviation from the SMA.
As the price moves between these two bands, it becomes possible to identify potential buying or selling points by comparing its height or low with these bands.

Ichimoku Cloud: The Ichimoku Cloud is a comprehensive indicator used for trend identification, defining support and resistance levels, and measuring trend strength. The Ichimoku Cloud comprises five key components:

Tenkan Sen (Conversion Line): Used to identify short-term trends.
Kijun Sen (Base Line): Used to identify medium-term trends.
Senkou Span A (Leading Span A): Calculated as (Tenkan Sen + Kijun Sen) / 2 and shows future support and resistance levels.
Senkou Span B (Leading Span B): Calculated as (highest high + lowest low) / 2 and indicates future support and resistance levels.
Chikou Span (Lagging Line): Enables tracking the price backward.
The Ichimoku Cloud interprets a price above the cloud as an uptrend and below the cloud as a downtrend. The Chikou Span assists in verifying the current trend.

**Strategy: Two-Stage Trading Strategy Using RSI, MACD, and Fiboborsa+Bist Indicators**

**Stage 1: Determining the Trend and Selecting the Trading Direction**

1. **Trend Identification with Fiboborsa+Bist Indicator:**
- Analyze the simple moving averages (SMA), exponential moving averages (EMA), and weighted moving averages (WMA) used with the Fiboborsa+Bist indicator. These indicators will provide information about the direction of the market trend.

2. **Identifying Overbought and Oversold Conditions with RSI:**
- Use the RSI indicator to identify overbought (70 and above) and oversold (30 and below) conditions. This helps in measuring the strength of the trend. If RSI enters the overbought zone, a downward correction is likely. If RSI enters the oversold zone, an upward correction is probable.

3. **Evaluating Momentum with MACD:**
- Examine price momentum using the MACD indicator. When the MACD line crosses above the signal line, it may indicate an increasing upward momentum. Conversely, a downward cross can suggest an increasing downward momentum.

**Stage 2: Generating Buy and Sell Signals**

4. **Combining RSI, MACD, and Fiboborsa+Bist Indicators:**
- To generate a buy signal, wait for RSI to move out of the oversold region into an uptrend and for the MACD line to cross above the signal line.
- To generate a sell signal, wait for RSI to move out of the overbought region into a downtrend and for the MACD line to cross below the signal line.

5. **Confirmation with Fiboborsa+Bist Indicator:**
- When you receive a buy or sell signal, use the Fiboborsa+Bist indicator to confirm the market trend. Confirming the trend can strengthen your trade signals.

6. **Setting Stop-Loss and Take-Profit Levels:**
- Remember to manage risk when opening buy or sell positions. Set stop-loss and take-profit levels to limit your risk.

7. **Monitor and Adjust Your Trades:**
- Continuously monitor your trade positions and adjust your strategy as per market conditions.

This two-stage trading strategy offers the ability to determine trends and generate trade signals using different indicators. However, every trading strategy involves risks, so risk management and practical application are essential. Also, it's recommended to test this strategy in a demo account before using it in a real trading account.

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