( ) is a trading benchmark used by traders that indicates the average price that a security has traded for throughout the day based on and price. This is important as it gives traders insight into the trend and value of a security.
The ( ) indicator was created to identify and market cycles, as well as to define market turning points and the strongest and weakest market periods. was developed for and quickly found application in other markets, including forex.
blackcat L2 Trading System is an innovative indicator that combines and indicator together. Not only long and short entries can be disclosed, but also the overbought and oversold zones are clearly observed.
---> indicator output
long --> long entry condition
short --> short entry condition
backtest --> indicator backtest scheme "NLX-L3 Backtest" required input source for strategy backtest
longentry --> visual long entry
shortentry --> visual short entry
Pros and Cons
1. exact long and short entries are produced by overbought and oversold conditions
2. support "NLX-L3 Backtest" framework
1. noise may be produced under extreme market condition
2. due to this is un-optimized version, time frame and trading pairs need to be selected
Courtesy of @nilux "NLX-L3 Backtest" easy backtest framework for dummies.
Step by step backtest guide with "NLX-L3 Backtest" framework:
STEP1: Add this indicator into your chart
STEP2: Add "NLX-L3 Backtest" into your chart
STEP3: Click "Settings" gear icon of "NLX-L3 Backtest" to select "Select L2 Indicator" in the 1st line as "blackcat L2 Trading System: backtest"
STEP4: Configure your backtest other settings under "NLX-L3 Backtest" framework
STEP5: Click "OK" and view the results in "Strategy Tester" tab
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