What is the Supertrend indicator?
"The Supertrend indicator is a trend following overlay on your trading chart, much like a moving average, that shows you the current trend direction.
The indicator works well in a trending market but can give false signals when a market is trading in a range.
It uses the ATR (average true range) as part of...
CM_MTF ATR Bands/Stops
Many Options Available Via Input Tab:
-Chart Defaults to Upper and Lower ATR's Based on Current Chart TimeFrame
-Ability to Plot either Upper and/or Lower ATR's
-Ability to Change the Time Frame ATR's are Based On!
-Ability to change Look Back Period and ATR Multiplier Individually for Both Time Frames
-This Gives you the ability to plot...
This indicator consists of two lines. One is a gray line (USD) and the asset indicator is green or red.
The basis of this indicator is the true strength indicator (TSI) with parameters 5,15. Both line sets are based on a TSI (5,15).
The lookback period is for new highs / new lows. Default value is 200 periods.
The first that is green and red is...
This script is good to use with Williams %R indicator, to find out when price has bottomed out.
ATR has to be over 90 and Williams %R ( lenght 52 ) has to be over 95 to find out level around which one is good to buy.
You can check back, to see that this worked very well over history. Best way to use this 2 indicators is with DCA ( dollar cost average ), as area...
Checks what the average true range is for the X amount of trading days. Then will also label the ATR from the low, and the ATR from the high of the current day.
A second label can be created dependent on current days RVOL %. If RVOL is not 0 or 1, then it will create the second label. Otherwise it will just leave it as the standard label.
The calculation for...
Found an error in the orders. Script was making double orders at times. I fixed it. It is tuned as such:
15 min chart
starting $USD to show 1000 contracts for minicontract with FXCM (start date 3-18 $633 with 1:50 leverage)
Indicator plots ==> Starting equity - (trade gain and loses) - (number of trades) * (spread) = true balance estimate