This is a strategy based on the TEMA and Ehler's MAMA moving averages. Crosses of the fast and slow TEMA are commonly used for entry and exit strategies. The Ehler's Mesa Adaptive Moving Average is a trend-following price indicator that uses a Hilbert Transform. Having plotted both TEMA and eMAMA side-by-side for some time, I noticed a pattern where the...
I have found that such simple crossover can show good results. Basically it has only 2 TEMA and nothing more. I don't know what else to write here. The code is simplest and has only one filter, which take into consideration the direction of chart.
This strategy is based on the Amazing scalper for majors with risk management by SoftKill21
The change is in lines 11-20 where the sma's are replaced with Triple ema's to
lower the lag.
The original author is SoftKill21. His explanation is repeated below:
This is the script for the idea published by @ChrisMoody
Below is the link to the idea
Try the scripts for longer periods (e.g. 1 D).
The script still requires some tweaks as one of the issue is that the shorts and puts are being placed 2 candles after a...
This is a strange experimental strategy WIP that I decided to upload an early version to share some of what I am working on. Just one script of a few.
It combines Chande Momentum with RMI and some weird ones I am experimenting with - Triple Hull MA RSI, Double Exponential + Volume Weighted RSI, Triple Exponential RSI. And to top it off, a final oscillator that...
The TEMA/DEMA/HMA strategy is a basic trend follower looking for when the TEMA crosses above the DEMA as a buy signal and the opposite for the sell.
The HMA is used as a longer more Dynamic MA to confirm the wider trend to filter out bad trades.
This is a basic idea that can be expanded on using different indicator types to either add signals or filter out...
This is a follow up to a previous script release called " TEMA Cross Backtest ".
This new strategy uses two TEMA crosses, one for trend direction, one for entry and exit. The entry and exit parameters are the same as the previous script. The trend direction is based on a user configurable higher timeframe TEMA cross which determines when to take longs or shorts....
This study plots the TEMA1 indicator. TEMA1 ia s triple MA (Moving Average),
and is calculated as 3*MA - (3*MA(MA)) + (MA(MA(MA)))
You can change long to short in the Input Settings
- For purpose educate only
- This script to change bars colors.
This version adds HMA and VWMA, allowing you to backtest different crossover strategies for any combination, with the exits on the turning point of the faster MA. Due to order limitations this will only work on higher timeframes for some combinations, or on more recent exchanges with less history. You can edit the code though to add the timestamp to a recent date.