Ichimoku Clouds Strong Bullish/Bearish signals with allerts
The Ichimoku cloud was developed by Goichi Hosoda, a Japanese journalist, and published in the late 1960s. It provides more data points than the standard candlestick chart. While it seems complicated at first glance, those familiar with how to read the charts often find it easy to understand with...
Intervals have been changed to account for a 24/7 cryptocurrency trading period. Values were then doubled so that the trader can avoid fakeout breakouts/traps. This leads to a bit less signals but rather, more sure signals instead. Very useful and more safe, even in smaller timeframes. Colors were set to the standard and breakout arrows are now enabled by default.
This is a simple multi time frame (MTF) conversion of the Ichimoku Cloud Score indicator.
All credit goes to the following users for the initial implementations:
- User @dashed :
- User @sjb933 :
Consensio Trading System involves using 3 different moving average comprised of 2, 7 and 30-week simple moving average. The trading methodology is simple when all moving average are above one another and is converging up ..You're in a bull market and vise versa for a bear market when all the moving average below one another and is converging down. There are said...
This indicator works the same as a regular Kijun Sen but it is on a separate window to allow for other on chart indicators.
I tend to use this as a filter for when to go long/short.
When it is green, I only take longs. When it is red, I only take shorts. Combine with other indicators of your choice.