Haven't seen a strategy quite like it. Buy when Heikin Ashi candle closes above a moving average that is sourced on highs - Sell when Heikin Ashi candle closes above a moving average that is sourced on lows. Moving average length should be between 5 and 20 ideally.
NOTE: the Heikin Ashi close values are calculated when the box is checkmarked. You do not need to...
"Heikin-Ashi, also sometimes spelled Heiken-Ashi, means "average bar" in Japanese. The Heikin-Ashi technique can be used in conjunction with candlestick charts when trading securities to spot market trends and predict future prices. It's useful for making candlestick charts more readable and trends easier to analyze. For example, traders can use Heikin-Ashi charts...
This is non-repaiting Supertrend Multi Time Frame script, uses Heikin Ashi Candles as source on normal chart
There is an option for Higher Time Frame. if you choose "Auto" then Higher Time Frame calculation is made by the script. If you choose "User Defined" option and then you can select Time Frame.
You better use this script with other indicators such as RSI,...
The 10/20 MA Heikin-Ashi Strategy is the best I know. It's easy, it's elegant, it's effective.
It's particularly effective in markets that trend on the daily. You may lose some money when markets are choppy, but your loss will be more than compensated when you're aboard during the big moves at the beginning of a trend or after retraces. There's that, and you...
Much confusion exists in the TradingView community about backtesting on non-standard charts. This script tries to shed some light on the subject in the hope that traders make better use of those chart types.
Non-standard charts are:
Heikin Ashi (HA)
Point & Figure
These chart types are called non-standard because they all transform market...
Heikin Ashi Candles - Actual Close is a simple script that instead of displaying Heikin Ashi Close it displays the actual close.
This script is a handy tool for anyone that wants to use Heikin Ashi candles that displays the real close. The coloring of the candles is still based on the Heikin Ashi calculations.
My own implantation of Heikin Ashi which i call HAT.
The Heikin Ashi Trend Indicator (HAT) used to determine the price direction of an asset, as well as draw attention to when the price direction is changing.
The HAT indicator translates the current close/open/high/low into Heikin Ashi and smooths them a bit using Tilson T3 formula.
Buy signal when Heikin Ashi...
You can use this script to setup alerts on Heikin-Ashi bar color change.
You have to apply this script to usual candles and not Heikin-Ashi!!!
Background color indicates HA bar color. On change you'll see green/red arrows and alert will be fired.
Also you can find in the code calculations of all HA OHLC values.
Chaikin Oscillator, with the addition of cross symbols to indicate a confirmed positive cross; above zero line.
This is meant to be used with Heikin Ashi candles.
I made this script to confirm a buy point. Often times the MACD will cross positive, with blue HA candles, and it trends sideways and doesn't actually run. Or it runs but only after...
Continue experimenting with different combinations of strategies.
Here is the PSAR Strategy calculated based on HA candles. HA is already calculated inside the script, do not apply it to HA candles.
Strategy is calculated based on 25% equity invested with 0.1% commission.
Please remember that past performance may not be...
Pine Script version=3
The Heikin-Ashi Smoothed study is based upon the standard Heikin-Ashi study with additional moving average calculations. The following is the calculation formula for the bars:
1. The current bar Open, High, Low, Close values are smoothed individually by using the moving average type specified by the...
Custom source function for toggling traditional Candle sources or Heikin-Ashi sources on a traditional Candles chart.
Thanks to PineCoders for rounding method: www.pinecoders.com
Thanks to @LucF and @RicardoSantos for their advice and enlightenment as always.
NOTICE: This is an example script and not meant to be used...