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Turtles Modified Alerts

Alerts for famous Turtle Trading Rules. Based on work from tmr0 and ossettia. It can be used with Autoview.

If you have any advice on how to further improve the script, please let me know by PM or comment below. Thanks!

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*** The information and script provided here are no recommendation to buy or sell. They are just an idea for educational and discussion purposes. ***
Release Notes: Alerts for famous Turtle Trading Rules. Based on work from tmr0 and ossettia. Compatible with Autoview.

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Update v2: Label positioning and naming below (buy) and above (sell) bars added to better visualize entries and exits.

*** The information and script provided here are no recommendation to buy or sell. They are just an idea for educational and discussion purposes. ***
Release Notes: Added background color: red = short / blue = long.

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Release Notes:
  • Updated to Pine Script v4
  • Changed shape of label
  • Changed label colors to better distinguish between fast and long signals

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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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Here is my Autoview code for XBTUSD on BitMEX for the ones interested. Please adapt accordingly to your needs.

a=enter-fast-L d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=long l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=0

a=enter-slow-L d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=long l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=0

a=exit-fast-S d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=long l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=1

a=exit-slow-S d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=long l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=1

a=exit-fast-L d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=short l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=1

a=exit-slow-L d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=short l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=1

a=enter-fast-S d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=short l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=0

a=enter-slow-S d=1
a=bitmex-testnet e=bitmex-testnet s=XBTUSD b=short l=5 q=100 t=limit ro=0
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Open f****** long, close f****** long, open f****** short, I love it :D
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Hello! Please!!!!! How to make ??????

exitL2_final
enterS2_final
enterL2_final
exitS2_final

period "60" min ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

I can make only

exitL2
enterS2
enterL2
exitS2

exL2 = security(syminfo.tickerid, "60", exitL2)
enS2 = security(syminfo.tickerid, "60", enterS2)
enL2 = security(syminfo.tickerid, "60", enterL2)
exS2 = security(syminfo.tickerid, "60", exitS2)
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mastam1 mastam1
@mastam1, @fiki, You can help me?? please!!
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mastam1 mastam1
@mastam1, @fiki, no longer relevant
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mastam1 mastam1
@mastam1, no longer relevant
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Thank you so much for this awesome script! If you don't mind my asking, may I know how to backtest this script for a particular chart? I copied the script and pasted in the pine editor, then, added to a chart. However, there is nothing in the "strategy tester" tab. It just says something like "in order to test your strategy, apply your strategy to the chart, and select the stock symbol and period you want to test with". What I want to do here is that by changing the parameters in the script and simulating the profits in the strategy tester tab, I would like to find the best parameters (i.e. intervals) for the script for myself. Thanks a lot for your time in advance.
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esk48 esk48
sorry, never mind. I changed the declaration from study to strategy, and added the "original code from strategy" and worked. By the way, do you know how to change the unit of stock? It is currently "1" unit, but I would like to change it to 100 units.
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