200 - WEEKLY MOVING AVERAGE
GREEN LINE IS 200 WEEKS MOVING AVERAGE OF CLOSE
BLUE LINE IS 200 WEEKS MOVING AVERAGE OF LOW MULTIPLIED BY 0.90
RED LINE IS 100 WEEKS MOVING AVERAGE OF CLOSE
CONDITION: GREEN LINE SHOULD BE ABOVE RED LINE AND PRICE SHOULD BE ABOVE GREEN LINE
BUY ONCE THE PRICE IS ABOVE GREEN LINE AND FULFILLS THE CONDITION.
TARGET 1 FOR TIME FRAME...
This long only strategy determines when there is both a NR7 (narrow range 7, a trading day in which the range is narrower than any of the previous six days), plus a inside day (high of the current day is lower than the high of the previous day and the low of the current day is higher than the low of the previous day) both on the same trading day and enters a long...
Here we have a general purpose momentum based long and short flip flop with optional profit target and maximum loss.
Program development: Boffin Hollow Lab
Author: Tarzan at tradingview.com
Release: Version 1.0 May 2016
Please Note: Past Performance is not necessarily indicative of future results
Uses two sets of MACD plus an RSI to either long or short. All three indicators trigger buy/sell as one (ie it's not 'IF MACD1 OR MACD2 OR RSI > 1 = buy", its more like "IF 1 AND 2 AND RSI=buy", all 3 match required for trigger)
The MACD inputs should be tweaked depending on timeframe and what you are trading. If you are doing 1, 3, 5 min or real...
I was trying to test the GalloBias indicator so I decided to create a basic strategy for it. Maybe it is a bit naive, because there is no proper risk management and explicit costs implemented in it. So keep in mind the probably won't work on a real account.
DirectionGalloLength: it is the period input for GalloBias
This simple RSI-MA long/short algorithm beats the Dow by a FREAKING HUGE margin over the past century (excluding dividends and trading costs).
The algorithm uses a fast SMA of the RSI as a buy/cover signal and a slow SMA of the RSI as a sell/short signal.
Backtest period = 09/17/1916 - 11/02/2015
Dow = 98 --> 17,830 = +18,094% = 5.38% CAGR
Algorithm = net...