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Stock Market Trend Analysis Trading System 101 (by ChartArt)

This is a very simple trading system which is measuring the core of uptrends and downtrends using three basic elements: Close price, HL2 price, Pivot price.

Depending if the uptrend or downtrend is strong, the buy/sell signals are shown in different colors. The stronger trends are in brighter colors (lime and fuchsia). If the trend just fully changed direction from uptrend to downtrend (or vice versa), there is a background color highlight in the color of the new trend direction.

The trend detection should work best on monthly charts. I have created this in under an hour. My goal was to use the least amount of rules possible, therefore there are many false signals and the code is quite lazy.

You can lose all your money if you rely on these buy/sell signals!
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// ChartArt's Stock Market Trend Analysis Trading System 101 Indicator
//
// Version 1.0
// Idea by ChartArt on August 3, 2015.
//
// This indicator is measuring the essential core of
// uptrends and downtrends using three basic elements:
// Close price, HL2 price, Pivot price.
// 
// Potential stronger uptrends and downtrends are
// shown in a different brighter color. And if the
// trend changed from uptrend to downtrend (or vice versa)
// there is a background color highlight.
//
// List of my work: 
// https://www.tradingview.com/u/ChartArt/


// high, low band
lower = low
upper = high
l = plot(lower, color=silver)
u = plot(upper, color=silver)
fill(u, l, color=silver)

// pivot
pivot = (high + low + close ) / 3.0 

// bar color
TrendingUp() => close > close[1] and hl2 > hl2[1] and close > pivot 
TrendingDown() => close < close[1] and hl2 < hl2[1] and close < pivot 
barcolor(TrendingUp() ? green : TrendingDown() ? red : blue)

// background color
bgcolor(TrendingUp() and TrendingDown()[1] ? green : TrendingDown() and TrendingUp()[1] ? red : na)

// buy, sell signals
bearish = cross(close,pivot) == 1 and close[1] > close 
bullish = cross(close,pivot) == 1 and close[1] < close 
plotshape(bearish, color=maroon, style=shape.arrowdown, text="Sell", location=location.abovebar)
plotshape(bullish, color=olive, style=shape.arrowup, text="Buy", location=location.belowbar)

// strong buy, strong sell signals
verybearish = cross(close,pivot) == 1 and close[1] > close and TrendingDown()
verybullish = cross(close,pivot) == 1 and close[1] < close and TrendingUp()
plotshape(verybearish, color=fuchsia, style=shape.arrowdown, text="Sell", location=location.abovebar)
plotshape(verybullish, color=lime, style=shape.arrowup, text="Buy", location=location.belowbar)