It is an indicator combining the RSI indicator and KDJ indicator. Buy signal will triggers when: RSI signal positioning below 25 J value crosses below 0 Sell signal will triggers when: RSI signal positioning above 85 J value crosses above 100 *********** Please take note that this indicator may be not accurate for every chart in the crypto market, but it is...

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Hi Dears! Here you have this ability to define different methods to aquire high and low bonds in KDJ indicator. Thses Topologies are available in Popup menu and could be defined by user: - "AVG" : Use average of cashed data in both High and low Bond - "MEDIAN" : Use median of cashed data in both High and low Bond - "MAX" : Use Max of cashed data in both High and...

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This is a special calculation of KDJ indicator. As you may know this is based on stochastic indicator. Stochastic indicator is a method to normalize a trending time serie (here price). the calculation of stochastic itself is a built in function in pine but it is straight forward: In sudo code: RSV for n days=(Cn－Ln)/(Hn－Ln)×100 In which, Cn is the closing price on...

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So, what is the KDJ indicator? If you're familiar with the Stochastic, then you'll know that the two oscillating lines are called the 'K' and 'D' lines. Now you know that this is some sort of implementation of the Stochastic. But, then, what is the J? The 'J' is simply the measure of convergence/divergence of the 'K' and 'D' lines, and the 'J' crossing the 'K' and...

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Level: 2 Background The KDJ oscillator display consists of 3 lines (K, D and J - hence the name of the display) and 2 levels. K and D are the same lines you see when using the stochastic oscillator. The J line in turn represents the deviation of the D value from the K value. The convergence of these lines indicates new trading opportunities. Just like the...

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Level: 3 Background The moving average convergence / divergence (MACD) indicator is a pulse oscillator that is mainly used to trade trends. Although it is an oscillator, it is not typically used to identify overbought or oversold conditions. It appears in the diagram as two lines that oscillate without limits. The crossing of the two lines provides trading...

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Level: 1 Background The KDJ oscillator display consists of 3 lines (K, D and J - hence the name of the display) and 2 levels. K and D are the same lines you see when using the stochastic oscillator. The J line in turn represents the deviation of the D value from the K value. The convergence of these lines indicates new trading opportunities. Just like the...

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Level: 1 Background The KDJ oscillator display consists of 3 lines (K, D and J - hence the name of the display) and 2 levels. K and D are the same lines you see when using the stochastic oscillator. The J line in turn represents the deviation of the D value from the K value. The convergence of these lines indicates new trading opportunities. Just like the...

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Level: 2 Background One of the biggest differences between cryptocurrency and traditional financial markets is that cryptocurrency is based on blockchain technology. Individual investors can discover the direction of the flow of large funds through on-chain transfers. These large funds are often referred to as Whale. Whale can have a significant impact on the...

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Level: 2 Background The KDJ oscillator display consists of 3 lines (K, D and J - hence the name of the display) and 2 levels. K and D are the same lines you see when using the stochastic oscillator. The J line in turn represents the deviation of the D value from the K value. The convergence of these lines indicates new trading opportunities. Just like the...

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Level: 2 Background One of the biggest differences between cryptocurrency and traditional financial markets is that cryptocurrency is based on blockchain technology. Individual investors can discover the direction of the flow of large funds through on-chain transfers. These large funds are often referred to as Whale. Whale can have a significant impact on the...

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Level: 1 Background The KDJ oscillator display consists of 3 lines (K, D and J - hence the name of the display) and 2 levels. K and D are the same lines you see when using the stochastic oscillator. The J line in turn represents the deviation of the D value from the K value. The convergence of these lines indicates new trading opportunities. Just like the...

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