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- Bull Market Percentage, calculated by closing price turtle strategy, and try to help you find the start
and end of the bull markets
- Price comparison, through comparison of prices, help you find the chance to change positions
What is Turtle Trading Strategy?
The basic idea of Turtle Trading Strategy is to buy if a market exceeded the highest price for a particular number of preceding days, to sell when the price goes lower than the lowest low of the several previous days.
It resolves the Disposition effect problem,
which relates to the tendency of investors to sell shares whose price has increased(miss big uptrend),
while keeping assets that have dropped in value(hold the losers).
We help you capture every big trend and stay in it instead of selling too early or too late. You may lose money in some trades, but the trends will make you much more money in total.
Buy Strength, Sell Weakness
If the signals came all at once, we always bought the strongest markets and sold short the weakest markets in a group.
Within a correlated group, the best long positions are the strongest markets (which almost always outperform the weaker markets in the same group). Conversely, the biggest winning trades to the short side come from the weakest markets within a correlated group.
The important thing is to have long positions in the strongest markets and short positions in the weakest markets.
From Way of the Turtle: The Secret Methods that Turned Ordinary People into Legendary Traders by Curtis Faith
For example, forked currencies usually have the same functions as the ones been forked. Obviously, forked currencies are weaker, so long positions for BTC may have more profits while short positions for BCH may have more profits, long positions for ETH may have more profits while short positions for ETC may have more profits.
short for moving average convergence/divergence, is a trading indicator used in technical analysis of stock prices, created by Gerald Appel in the late 1970s.
- Zero Bull
Zero-line Bullish crossover
- Zero Bear
Zero-line Bearish crossover
- Signal Bull
Signal-line Bullish crossover
- Signal Bear
Signal-line Bearish crossover
A "zero crossover" event occurs when the MACD series changes sign, that is, the MACD line crosses the horizontal zero axis. This happens when there is no difference between the fast and slow EMAs of the price series. A change from positive to negative MACD is interpreted as "bearish", and from negative to positive as "bullish". Zero crossovers provide evidence of a change in the direction of a trend but less confirmation of its momentum than a signal line crossover.
A "signal-line crossover" occurs when the MACD and average lines cross; that is, when the divergence (the bar graph) changes sign. The standard interpretation of such an event is a recommendation to buy if the MACD line crosses up through the average line (a "bullish" crossover), or to sell if it crosses down through the average line (a "bearish" crossover). These events are taken as indications that the trend in the stock is about to accelerate in the direction of the crossover.
Heiken-Ashi, means "average bar" in Japanese. It makes the candlestick more smoothed. The Heiken-Ashi technique can be used in conjunction with candlestick charts when trading securities to spot market trends and predict future prices. It's useful for making candlestick charts more readable and trends easier to analyze.
This is how Heiken-Ashi candlestick been calculated.
Close = (Open + Close + Low + High) / 4
(The average price of the current bar)
Open = (Open of prev. bar + Close of prev. bar) / 2
(The midpoint of the previous bar)
High = max (High, Open, Close)
Low = min (Low, Open, Close)