This is an upgraded version of my Dollar Cost Average (Data Window) script
1 - What is Dollar-Cost Averaging ( DCA )?
Dollar-Cost Averaging is a strategy that allows an investor to buy the same dollar amount of investment at regular intervals. The purchases occur regardless of the asset's price.
I hope you're hungry because that one is a...
Shows the cumulative cost-basis for buying a fixed $ quantity of the asset over various plots: 30 days, 60, 90, 120, 180, and 1-6 years
when the current price is profitable for the DCA plot, fills red
when it will reduce the cost-basis for a DCA investor to buy more, turns green
draws heavier support lines for longer term DCA investors
intensifies colors to...
Hope you had a nice weekend and you're all excited for the week to come. At least I am (thanks to a few coffee but that still counts !!!)
This indicator is inspired from Dollar-Cost-Average-Cost-Basis
The educational post is coming a bit later this afternoon explaining how to use the indicator so I would advise to follow me...
This strategy has been published for a Pyramiding tutorial on the Backtest Rookies website.
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The code example will create a simple script that allows us to average down whenever our portfolio is down x%. The idea will be to bring our average cost down so that we can...