Simple "benchmark" strategy for ETFs, Stocks and Crypto! Super-easy to implement for beginners, a BTD (buy-the-dip) strategy means that you buy a fixed amount of an ETF / Stock / Crypto every time it falls. For instance, to BTD the S&P 500 ( SPY ), you could purchase $500 USD each time the price falls. Assuming the macro-economic conditions of the underlying...
The strategy combines a contrarian approach (buying the dips) with a trend-following logic (only when the price is above the MA200)
The strategy seeks to find the best times when buying the dips on the asset should result to be more profitable.
The price above a long-term moving average indicates momentum that increases the possibility of profiting from buying...
MACD Buy/Sell Strategy
Filters bearish crossovers above the 0 line and bullish crossovers below.
Uses 34 ema to further filter the trades and take only longs above and only shorts below.
Apply at least 2:1 risk to reward ratio to account for losing trades.
Trade at own risk!
This is a simple buy and hold calculator.
You have an initial date and once that dated it passed it will sell the product that was bought initially.
This strategy buys and sell 100% of the initial volume.
This very simple strategy is an implementation of PJ Sutherlands' Jaws Mean reversion algorithm. It simply buys when a small moving average period (e.g. 2) is below
a longer moving average period (e.g. 5) by a certain percentage and closes when the small period average crosses over the longer moving average.
If you are going to use this, you may wish to apply...
//Strategy based on the idea that stop loss and take profit are often placed at full price levels or round numbers, whcih acts as resistance and supports levels
//Actual price (close) is above round number.
//Round number level was not touched in previous ten bars (arbitrary value).
//Place a buy and follow the order with a trail step because price...
I simulated the EoRfA indicator with the gold price
For details about the indicator, visit my profile on tradingview
For Simulation, with default settings, we order
if Eorfa > 1 and change(eorfa) < 0
if Eorfa < -1 and change(eorfa) > 0
And we got
- 2.49 % profit
- 74 % profittable order from all
But only this value can not guarantee good...
This strategy is based on my script "AVERAGE MULTI_SMA"
The strategy is based on the created media, giving BUY signal when the price closes above the average and the average is rising. For the SELL signal the price closes below the average with the average falling.
For those who are interested in how the "AVERAGE MULTI_SMA" script works, I ask you to analyze...