Some friends asked me to do it so... sharing it for everyone instead
This indicator detects when the first moving average is above the three others. It's a very powerful tool for trend traders that use multiple moving averages to detect a strong trend
This is my 1st script, what I want it to do is cut down on some of the SMA on my chart...
At the same time figure out , how to make a buy call that makes sense (I Need work on it)...
I'm open to your input and your help...
Displays 10, 20 MAs on a single indicator.
Useful for Crypto trading and reduced the number of indicators needed to view multiple MAs
When shorter MA crosses over the longer it's a good sign of Bullish/Bearish reversal.
This sentiment is more true at longer timeframes, such as daily candles, as the trend has more momentum.
as usual recently the chart is bugged if I dare post a log one so I deleted and reposted...
here is a simple ema/team script that could allow you to catch trends.
You can play with parameters to get alerted of strong trends, or to detect trends early on.
I want to adapt this to an inside bar strategy, I am going to release that in a while, it is not...
This was originally derived from "MA Cross" indicator, though that one uses 9-21.
Simple 10day and 20day MA crossover indicator
* 10MA crosses from the bottom, goes up and above 20MA—we're bullish, look to long bullish signal candle
* 10MA crosses from the top, goes down and below 20MA—we're bearish, look to short bearish signal candle
Works well w/ Heikin Ashi candles
Simple but much needed visual improvements to the default MACD script. First, every time the MACD and signal cross, a white cross is placed on he chart, which lets you quickly identify the crosses. Second, whenever the histogram goes from increasing to decreasing or from increasing to decreasing, a color change occurs. Colors can be customized under "Style" tab...
Basically what this does is to flag when EMA 55 crosses over EMA 8, 13, 21, and 200. This strategy was described by @Philakone on this tweet , but I'm not really sure if this is the correct strategy he described.