The strategy allows you to select from multiple moving averages and uses the concave function and the price being above or below a user defined EMA to provide buy and sell signals. You can select long trades, short trades, or both.
Concavity describes the direction of the curve and how it bends. And, just like a direction the concavity of curves can change and we call these changing points (technically they are inflection points). These changing points are used in conjunction with the stock price relationship to user defined EMAs and provide buy and sell signals when the trend is changing.
Moving Averages available in this strategy are the Exponential Moving Average (EMA), Simple Moving Average (SMA), Weighted Moving Average (WMA), Hull Moving Average (HMA), and Arnaud Legoux Moving Average (ALMA). Best results are typically with HMA and ALMA.
The indicator can be used for every type of market: indices, stocks, cryptocurrencies, currencies and others.
----- 27 Data Point Dashboard
Short Term Trend
Win Rate %
Net Profit $, % & ROI
Buy & Hold Profit
Max Win $ & %
Max Loss $ & %
Avg Trade $, ROI%, & Bars
Avg Win $, ROI%, & Bars
Avg Loss $, ROI%, & Bars
Max Drawdown $ & %
Open Trade P&L $ & ROI%
For the dashboard you are able to set the target profit factor, win rate, net profit target ROI, winning trade target ROI, Strategy Start Date, and the Buy and Hold Start Date. The inputs are used to color dashboard labels making it easier to identify winning and losing trades based on your criteria.
Option Traders will likely appreciate the ROI% and number of bars being readily available. For example if the Average Winning Trade has a 5% ROI over 5 bars this can help you decide when to enter a trade and how long to stay in the trade.
Some of the label data is available in the TradingView Strategy Tester. However, I wanted a custom dashboard that was always visible on my chart and the J5 dashboard displays a total of 27 data points plus buy and sell signals.
Note: We calculate the ROI for Net Profit, Avg Trade, Avg Win, Avg Loss, and Open Trade based on the capital used for those trade(s). TradingView uses a different method and calculates the return percentage based on initial capital.
Indicators are not a magic pill and should be used to support trading decisions, not to make them for you. Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns. The results of individual stocks with any strategy do not constitute proof they will repeat in the future.
I hope you enjoy the J5.
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