In Pine Editor -> Open "GunbotXT BB-RSI" -> Add To Chart -> On Indicator -> Format -> Input your desired settings to test.
Yellow = Bollinger Bands
Red = High BB (Sell)
Green = Low BB (Buy)
You will not see the RSI on the chart, you need to (and should) add 2nd indicator "Relative Strength Indicator" so that you can visually see how it is being used in the tuner. If you change the RSI 70/30 numbers in the tuner then change them also in the RSI 2nd indicator that you added below the tuner so that they visually match what is going on behind the scenes in the tuner.
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Fixed typo in shorttitle.
Changed ((sell formula)) to (sell formula)
Major update for future compatibility with Gunbot 10.
Updated variables and names to match Gunbot versions 9 and 10.
Added TRADING_FEES, BUY_LEVEL, GAIN, EMA1, and EMA2 for higher accuracy.
Now uses the same superior calculations and plotting as my "Gunbot Deluxe Tuners" script.
For Gunbot 9 you must set RSI_LENGTH equal to SMAPERIOD. In Gunbot 10 they can be different.
For Gunbot 9 you must set RSI_METHOD equal to "oscillator". In Gunbot 10 it can be either choice.
Remember to enter TRADING_FEES value also into Format -> Properties -> Commission, it is needed in both fields.
Added short title "BBRSIr6" to indicator that appears on screen for faster visual checking that you have the latest version.
To insure you are using latest version look at very bottom of Format -> Inputs settings. It should say "BB-RSI: Rev 6".
If you do not see "BB-RSI: Rev 6" then delete the indicator from all charts including any saved charts (save each saved chart after removing). Refresh browser and then reload the indicator.
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