Exits added using trailing stops.
2.6 Profit Factor and 76% Profitable on SPY , 5M - I think it's a pretty good number for an automated strategy that uses Pivots. I don't think it's possible to add volume and day open price in relation to pivot levels -- that's what I do manually ..
Still trying to add EMA for exits.. it will increase profitability. You can...
Created a universal script for pivot points alerts.
In the script, you can choose one of 4 pivot point types: Traditional, Fibonacci, Woodie, and Camarilla.
You are able to create separate alerts for every level or create one for price crossing any level.
For separate levels, you can choose: "Cross", "Crossover" and "Crossunder".
You can also choose to...
Primarily for equities as no provision has been made to control the timing at which the open close high low are determined, indeed, I see no straightforward mechanism to do so in Pinescript.
Development aided by: but with the entirely different calculations presented in "Secrets of a Pivot Boss" by Franklin Ochoa. And...
Breakout strategy of H4 and L4 levels. Manual entries and exits - higher profits BUT because I am a novice in pinescript,
Can someone please:
1. Show me how to add exit strategy lines : close> ema(close,3) for exit short and opposite for long. I added myself but I can't make it to work in relation to camarilla entries; instead it shows all ema crossings..
This is a fairly basic (but hopefully useful) indicator that combines three time-frames of Camarilla pivots into one.
Default time-frames are:
Time-frames can be modified as you wish, they are just set to these as I generally only trade higher intervals (just note that formatting labels will not change - but you can update these as...
This is an experimental study designed to identify potential areas of support and resistance using a hybrid between Camarilla and Fibonacci pivot calculations.
The levels are calculated by taking 110% of the previous interval's range multiplied by 8.33%, 16.67%, 25%, 50%, 61.8%, 78.6%, 100%, 127.2%, 141.4%, and 161.8%, then adding them above and below the interval...