This script, named "ALEX TRADING STRATEGY", is a technical trading strategy designed for new investing groups. It uses a combination of various technical indicators to identify potential buying and selling opportunities in the market. The script includes the Relative Strength Index (RSI), Simple Moving Averages (SMA), Exponential Moving Averages (EMA), and Higher High Lower Low (HHLL) strategies to create a complete trading solution.
The user can change the position from long to short in the Input Settings. The script uses bar colors to indicate the current trading position. The script also has exit strategies to help manage the open trades. The user can also set the period for the various indicators used in the strategy.
The script provides various technical indicators and entry/exit signals to make the trading decision easier for the user. It also includes pivot lines, resistance and support levels to help the user make a more informed decision.
This Pine script implements a multi-indicator trading strategy that combines several technical analysis techniques for making trading decisions. The script uses the Relative Strength Index (RSI) to determine overbought and oversold conditions in the market and plots the RSI values on the chart. The RSI values above 70 are considered overbought and plotted as red upward triangles, while the RSI values below 30 are considered oversold and plotted as green downward triangles.
The script also calculates Simple Moving Averages (SMAs) with the user-defined period and plots them along with the Exponential Moving Averages (EMAs) of 20, 50, and 100 periods. Based on the crossover of the close price and the moving averages, the script enters long or short trades. The script sets the trade exit conditions as the low or high crossing the lower or upper band, respectively.
In addition to the moving average crossover, the script uses the highest high and lowest low over a user-defined period to determine long and short entries. The script plots the long and short conditions on the chart as green upward and red downward triangles, respectively. The script allows the user to switch between long and short trades by changing the input settings.
Finally, the script changes the bar colors based on the trade direction, with green bars indicating a long trade, red bars indicating a short trade, and blue bars indicating no trade. Overall, this Pine script provides a comprehensive trading strategy that combines several technical analysis techniques to make informed trading decisions.
HOW TO USE
Input Settings: In the Input Settings section, you can change the long to short position. You can also change the period value (default is 10) used to calculate the Simple Moving Average (SMA) for the Keltner channel.
Indicators: The script uses RSI (Relative Strength Index) with 14 periods as well as multiple EMAs (Exponential Moving Averages) with periods 20, 50, and 100 to help in making trading decisions.
Entry Signals: The script uses two main entry signals: (1) Keltner Channel and (2) HHLL (High-Low). When the closing price crosses above the upper band of the Keltner channel, the script generates a long signal, and when the closing price crosses below the lower band of the Keltner channel, the script generates a short signal. The HHLL strategy generates a long signal when the current high crosses above the highest high of the last "nPeriod" bars, and generates a short signal when the current low crosses below the lowest low of the last "nPeriod" bars.
Exit Signals: The script uses two exit signals: (1) Stop Loss based on Keltner channel and (2) Profit Target based on Keltner channel. The script exits the long position when the closing price crosses below the lower band of the Keltner channel, and the script exits the short position when the closing price crosses above the upper band of the Keltner channel.
To use this script, you will need to have access to a trading platform that supports PineScript, such as TradingView, and attach the script to a chart. The script will then automatically generate entry and exit signals based on the rules described above. It's important to note that this script is just a tool and not a guarantee of profit. As with any trading strategy, it's important to thoroughly test and understand the script before using it for live trading.
The script then calculates the SMA for each of the three input lengths using the "sma" function, and plots them on the chart using the "plot" function.
The script also sets up two inputs for the crossover of the two shorter-term SMA indicators (kisa and orta) to generate buy and sell signals, and two more for the crossover of the shortest-term SMA indicator (kisa) and the longest-term SMA indicator (uzun) to generate "fast" buy/sell signals. The "crossover" function is used to check for these crossovers.
The script then uses the "plotshape" function to plot shapes (labels) on the chart indicating the buy/sell signals and the fast buy/sell signals.
The script also uses the "fill" function to fill the area between the two shorter-term SMA indicators with a green or red color, depending on whether kisa SMA is above or below orta SMA.
Finally, the script sets up the CCI indicator with a user-defined length and plots it on the chart. The script uses the "strategy.entry" function to enter long or short positions based on the CCI values crossing above or below certain thresholds.
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