EMA Scalp Alerts by Sabir Khan

This TradingView indicator, developed by Sabir Khan, is designed for scalping strategies based on Exponential Moving Averages (EMAs). The indicator visually represents three EMAs with customizable parameters and provides alerts for potential trading signals.

Key Features:
  • Fast EMA: User-configurable fast EMA with default period set to 21.
  • Slow EMA: User-configurable slow EMA with default period set to 55.
  • Third EMA: User-configurable third EMA with default period set to 200.
  • Line Width: Adjustable line width for the fast and third EMAs, allowing customization for better visibility.
  • Color Customization: Choose colors for each EMA to suit your chart preferences.
  • Alerts: Automatic alerts for potential trading signals:
  • Long Signal: Triggered when the fast EMA crosses above the slow EMA.
  • Short Signal: Triggered when the fast EMA crosses below the slow EMA.
  • All EMAs Crossover: Triggered when all three EMAs cross over, indicating a potentially strong trend.
  1. Users can observe the visual representation of the three EMAs on the chart.
  2. Alerts are generated for potential long, short, or strong trend signals based on EMA crossovers.
  3. The indicator's parameters, including EMA periods, line widths, and colors, are customizable to fit individual preferences.

Alert Message Format:
  • The alert message provides essential information about the detected signal, including the signal type (Long, Short, None), the involved symbol, timeframe, open, close, high, low, and whether a strong crossover is detected.

Note: This indicator is particularly suitable for traders employing scalp trading strategies focusing on short-term market movements.

*Disclaimer: Trading involves risk, and users should conduct their own research and analysis before making any trading decisions based on this indicator.*
Open-source script

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.


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