Here is a perfectly replicated TradingView backtesting engine condensed into a single library function calculated with arrays. It includes TradingView's calculations for Net profit, Total Trades, Percent of Trades Profitable, Profit Factor, Max Drawdown (absolute and percent), and Average Trade (absolute and percent). Here's how TradingView...
Allows for simulating trades within an indicator.
newTrade(size, price, timestamp)
Creates a new trade object.
size : The size of the trade (number of shares or contracts).
price : The price at which the trade took place.
timestamp : The timestamp of the trade. Defaults to the current time.
Returns: A new...
Simple profit Estimatr. Engages when Position != 0
and holds until posittion is na/0...
if position changes sizes, it will update automatically and adjust.
it has an input for comission to estmate exit fees
update_avgprice(_sizewas, _delta, _pricewas, _newprice)
Get a new Average position Price
Up to 3 MA's can be applied at the users discretion
Choose between 10 different average types including favorites from the Bjorgum series from HEMA to Reversal T3's
Each MA can be independently set
Go Multi-timeframe! Any MA can be set to any timeframe of reference you choose (ex. using 3 different timeframes of...
This library is a Pine Script™ programmer’s tool containing a variety of strategy-related functions to assist in calculations like profit and loss, stop losses and limits. It also includes several useful functions one can use to convert between units in ticks, price, currency or a percentage of the position's size.
Great Expectations helps traders answer the question: What is possible? It is a powerful question, yet exploration of the unknown always entails risk. A more complete set of questions better suited to traders could be:
What opportunity exists from any given point on a chart?
What portion of this opportunity can be realistically captured?
What risk will be...
Please do read the information below as well, especially if you are new to Forex.
The Cowabunga System is a type of Mechanical Trading System that filters trades based on the trend of the 4 hour chart with EMAs and some other familiar indicators (RSI, Stochastics and MACD) while entering trades base on 15 minute chart.
I have coded (quite amateurishly) the basic...
Hope you enjoyed your weekend on my behalf. Was staying home working ... ^^
This is my first strategy educational post I'm doing ever
While I'm generally against posting strategies because it's very easy to fake performance numbers... I cannot prevent myself from sharing a few cool strategy snippets anyway.
So from now on, I'll be sharing a few...
Patterns is a Japanese candlestick pattern recognition Library for developers. Functions here within detect viable setups in a variety of popular patterns. Please note some patterns are without filters such as comparisons to average candle sizing, or trend detection to allow the author more freedom.
doji(dojiSize, dojiWickSize) ...
Here we go again.... with the second strategy snippet.
Reminder: the first snipper was a Trailing Profit strategy script
What's on the menu?
A trailing stop is designed to protect gains by enabling a trade to remain open and continue to profit as long as the price is moving in the investor's favor.
The order closes the trade if the price...
AutoTrader Web trading API functions implementation for Trading View.
preparePlaceOrderJson(account, symbol, group, variety) Prepare a place order json
account : Pseudo or group account number
symbol : AutoTrader Web's stock/derivative symbol
group : Set it to true to use group account...
If the short term (Default 7) moving average cuts the medium term (default 25) moving average, BUY. Conversely, it generates the SELL signal. If the long term (Default 99) moving average cuts its short term moving average, Quick SELL. Conversely, it can be interpreted as Fast SELL. You can change the moving average and the number of days as you wish, and you can...
TODO: With this library, you can add tables to your strategies.
Returns: Strategy Profit Table
Adds a table to the graph of the strategy for which you are calling the function. You can see data such as net profit in this table.
No parameters. Just call the function inside the strategy.
Example Code :
My Contribution to Jake Bernstein Educational Series, Initiated by Chris Moody.
The Stochastic Pop was developed by Jake Bernstein and modified by David Steckler. Bernstein's original Stochastic Pop is a trading strategy that identifies price pops when the Stochastic Oscillator surges above 80. Steckler modified this strategy by adding conditional filters using...