RSI Strategy with EMA and VWMA Conditions

This trading strategy leverages the Relative Strength Index (RSI) in combination with the Exponential Moving Average (EMA) and the Volume Weighted Moving Average (VWMA) to identify potential buy and sell signals for trading cryptocurrencies on the Cryptohopper platform.

How it works:
Buy Signal: A buy signal is generated when the RSI crosses above the user-defined lower threshold and the EMA (9) is above the VWMA (20).
Sell Signal: A sell signal is generated when the RSI crosses below the user-defined upper threshold.
Indicators Used:
RSI: A momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements.
EMA (9 period): A moving average that places a greater weight and significance on the most recent data points.
VWMA (20 period): An average that also accounts for volume, giving more weight to periods with higher volume.
How to Set Up Alerts for Webhooks:
To create alerts that can be sent as webhooks to Cryptohopper, follow these steps:

Apply the script to your TradingView chart.
Click on the 'Alerts' icon on the right-hand side toolbar.
Choose the script from the dropdown in the 'Condition' field.
You will see two options: "Buy Alert for Webhooks" and "Sell Alert for Webhooks".
Select the desired alert condition.
In the 'Options' section, set the alert action to 'Webhook URL'.
Enter your Cryptohopper webhook URL into the 'Webhook URL' field.
Configure the alert message according to the format required by Cryptohopper.
Save the alert.
How Alerts Are Generated:
The script will continuously monitor the chart based on the conditions you've set.
When a condition for either a buy or sell signal is met, TradingView will trigger the alert.
If set up for a webhook, TradingView will send an HTTP request to the specified webhook URL with the message payload.
This script is for educational purposes and should not be taken as financial advice. Trading cryptocurrencies carries a high level of risk, and you should do your own research or consult a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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