The strategy uses user-defined input parameters to calculate TrueLevel envelopes for 14 different lengths. The TrueLevel envelope is a volatility-based technical indicator that consists of upper and lower bands. The upper band is calculated by adding a multiple of the standard deviation to a linear regression line of the price data, while the lower band is calculated by subtracting a multiple of the standard deviation from the same regression line.
The strategy generates long signals when the RSI crosses above the oversold level or when the price crosses above the selected lower band of the TrueLevel envelope. It generates short signals when the RSI crosses below the overbought level or when the price crosses below the selected upper band of the TrueLevel envelope.
The strategy allows for long and short trades and sets the trade size as a percentage of the account equity. The colors of the bands and fills are also customizable through user-defined input parameters.
In this strategy, the 12th TrueLevel band was chosen due to its ability to capture significant price movements while still providing a reasonable level of noise reduction. The strategy utilizes a total of 14 TrueLevel bands, each with varying lengths. The 12th band, with a length of 2646, strikes a balance between sensitivity to market changes and reducing false signals, making it a suitable choice for this strategy.
In this strategy, the RSI overbought and oversold levels are set at 65 and 40, respectively. These values were chosen to filter out more noise in the market and focus on stronger trends. Traditional RSI overbought and oversold levels are set at 70 and 30, respectively. By raising the oversold level and lowering the overbought level, the strategy aims to identify more significant trend reversals and potential trade opportunities.
Of course, the parameters can be adjusted to suit individual preferences.
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