The detailed description about the indicator is as follows:
Long Period: Period for calculating Primary Signal Line (Yellow).
Long Period Input Source: Input for calculating Primary Signal Line.
Short Period: Period for smoothing the Primary Signal Line.
Short Period MA: Method for smoothing the Primary Signal Line.
No. of ATR Bars: No. of ATR bars for calculating Primary Signal Line.
ATR Multiplier: ATR multiplier for ATR calculation.
Trade Trigger: Value above or below of Primary Signal Line for Long or Short signal. The dotted lines in Green and Red color represents the same.
Bar Crossover Input Source: Current bar input for additional signal confirmation above Primary Signal Line.
Bars Above Signal High: No. of bars closing above Secondary Signal Line (Blue)
Bars Below Signal Low: No. of bars closing above Secondary Signal Line (Purple)
No. of bars crossover method uses certain no. of bars for closing above High or Low of the crossover of closing price and the Primary Signal Line in combination with Trade Trigger. The idea behind this design is to avoid fake signal due sudden spike in price. Also, this ensures that price consolidates above High in case of Long signal confirmation and vice-versa. By increasing no. of such bars, we can anticipate, how much time it takes for short-term and long-term trend reversal.
Depending upon the time-frame, just by observing the High and Low of previous crossover of closing price and Primary Signal Line, we will have better understanding of undercurrent of market.
By using different combination of Trade Tigger value and no. of bars above and below, we can anticipate better trend confirmation.
The various combinations of price source of Long Period Input Source and Bar Crossover Input Source, the Short Period MA method shows promising results. Kindly PM me for these optimum settings for other financial instruments.
It always better to book partial profit after getting into the trade which increases the odds. The default trade quantity is 2. We book 1 quantity after our partial profit target is reached and let the remaining quantity be in the trade until the reversal of trend. By enabling or disabling the same we can determine the profit or loss from historical trade from when the trade quantity is 1. Just remember to change the default quantity to 1 in Order Size from properties when you disable the Take Partial Profit option.
Take Partial Profit: Whether to book partial or not as explained above.
Partial Profit Points: It always better to book partial profit after trend getting into the trade. The default trade quantity is 2. We book 1 quantity after our partial profit target is hit and let the remaining quantity in the trade until the reversal of trend.
Instrument Type: We can select the which instrument for analysis. By adjusting the Take Partial Profit value by selecting Other Option, you can analyze instrument of your choice other than mentioned in the list for Partial Profit depending upon stock tick value and lot quantity or you can PM me. I have adjusted value for Crude Oil and Silver for MCX (India) future contract values.
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