Specially for use with e.g. 3commas or autoview
But can also be used just in normal manual (visual) mode
This Script is very early Beta. Works for visual manual use....
and also for 3Commas Bot as "Signaler" (how to connect with Bot, see the docu on 3commas).
... but can use as Signaler for any Bot who is able to get Tradingview sms-mails. (e.g. autoview)
- It combines , and Stoch-RSI.
- You can choose normal , or "returning RSI" (signals when leaving the sell/buy-zone. much higher profits with this)
- You can choose how many of the indicators are needed to "fire".
- You can choose if one of the indicators is a "must"
- For & Stoch-RSI you can Choose or calculations of the moving average.
All the Values speak for themselves, if you are used to technical analyses (stay away in the moment, if you dont know, what , etc is used.
The Signals are also shown in the chart, the single ones, but also the combined which fires the Bot-Signal (shown as green and red column-candle at bottom)
Enjoy !! Free use in the moment.
More detailled Explanation in the future. Just play around!
If you wanna give something back:
When using Alerts, choose one of these:
"Bot Long Signal"
"Bot Short Signal"
(Also added a Comment about possibility to give something back)
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.
Timeframes: for e.g. bitmex i use short timeframes (scalping with leverage), so works with 5 or 15 min. for normal exchanges better to use longer timeframes, 30, 60 min, up to 2 or 4 hours. in the moment its really good in "buying", for selling i recommend also to set exits with (trailing) take profit. (you can use both there, tv-signals AND the TP-Setting; or even SL if not using DCA...)
(normaly i use heikinashi, but depends also just on the coin and the timeframe, looking at history what works better; normal candles or h.a.) )