This is "Grab Trading System" script defined in the book "Trend Following" by Michael W. Covel. also named as "Two-box system". I made small changes and I guess that it can be improved more.
The definition: Far box defines major trend; system trades only in same direction as major trend, meanwhile fading the signals of near box. Last trade in each...
// 2020.7.30 version
// This indicator is for the second filter in Triple Screen Trading System
// force index will combine volume and price together to decide the power of price change
// force index = volume * (Change of Price)
// try to smooth the series of force index by ema force index
// Method to use this index
// This indicator is for the second filter...
This script was built using a logical approach to trading systems. All the details can be found in a step by step guide below. I hope you enjoy it. I am really glad to be part of this community. Thank you all. I hope you not only succeed on your trading career but also enjoy it.
Please do read the information below as well, especially if you are new to Forex.
The Cowabunga System is a type of Mechanical Trading System that filters trades based on the trend of the 4 hour chart with EMAs and some other familiar indicators (RSI, Stochastics and MACD) while entering trades base on 15 minute chart.
I have coded (quite amateurishly) the basic...
Made a new version of my trading system. I have added a cloud that is made with 45 EMA and 104 MA. Now you can choose where to set trailing stop. As shown in the example you set trailing stop under the cloud.
this is one of my favorite scripts as it represents a whole trading system that has given me very good results!
I have only used it on Bitcoin so far but I am sure it will also work for other instruments.
The original code to this was created by LazyBear, so all props to him for this great script!
I have linked his original post down below.
FRAMA: blue line, SC = 252, FC = 40, length = 252
EMA: orange line, length = 50
FRAMA seems to be the evolution of the current and much-used EMA. The basic strategy is simple: long if the price crosses up the line, short or exit if vice versa.
The main difference between EMA and FRAMA is that the first one seems to lag much more than the first...