The algorithm script is based on a trend-following strategy and uses a filter technique to adjust for volatility in various types of market regimes. The indicator generates accurate signals without expending much of the smoothing quality.
The Market Radar indicator is a functional indicator, mainly due to its wide range of applications and also for the great features that identify possible turning points and high-quality trends in the market. The indicator works very well for all instrument types and timeframes, and it can be used for regular long and short trading strategies, as well as for traditional stock investment strategies.
How to use:
1. Use on any instrument and timeframe (finetune Settings).
2. When ‘Buy’ signal is confirmed (Green triangle, up ▲) –> enter Long position.
3. When ‘Sell’ signal is confirmed (Red triangle, down ▼) –> exit Long position (or go Short).
4. Exit also when -> trade hits your profit target/limit or stop loss (determined by user).
IMPORTANT: Wait for candlestick close to ensure signal is a confirmed signal!
Exactly how the indicator is used varies from trader to trader. It can be used as a short-term trading tool for shorter timeframes, but also as a timing indicator for day trading, swing trading, or traditional investment strategies, where you get accurate and profitable entry and exit signals for all timeframes. If you use it to trade in very low or high timeframes, you may need to finetune the filter settings a bit to optimize it for your trading. This indicator has been developed to work with regular bar candles, but we also recommend using it with Heikin Ashi candles to filter out as much noise as possible and as these often have an improved ability to capture high-quality trends.
⚠ If you are new to trading and/or technical analysis in general, we always recommend a demo account (“paper-trading”) until you become familiar with how to use the indicator.
The Market Radar is a non-repainting indicator (meaning that signals do not change or disappear after bar close).
When using the Alert function, use the “Once Per Bar Close” configuration and wait for bar close to confirm entry/exit signal.
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