A ( ) calculates the average of a selected price range, usually closing prices, based on the number of periods in that range. A is a technical indicator that can be used to determine whether an asset price is holding a bull, a bear, or is reversing.
The bias shows the moving average rate of deviation. Also known as the rate of deviation, or y-value for short, is an indicator that reflects the degree of deviation between the price and the over a given period by calculating the percentage difference between the market index or the closing price and a moving average to allow for receive that the price reverses or recovers due to a deviation from the moving average trend with strong fluctuations and the price moves within the normal fluctuation range Build credibility to continue the original potential.
L2 Composite and BIAS Scalper is mainly based on a cluster of simple moving averages and their bias values to produce long and short entry points. Three different strategy to generate long and short entries are demostrated together. That is why this is called "Composite".
botsig --> indicating bottom zone
topsig --> indicating top zone
buysigI --> long entry type I
buysigII --> long entry type II
buysigIII --> long entry type III
selsigI --> short entry type I
selsigII --> short entry type II
selsigIII --> short entry type III
Pros and Cons
1. common (), () and bias() are utizlied to generate exact long and short entries
2. alerts for bottom and top zones
1. parameters may need optimization for specific trading pairs
2. No stop loss or take profit scheme is introduced.
This is promising but need efforts to refine it.
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