Modifications to the strategy include;
1. Programmable settings for the Periods (%K, %D and Smooth %K).
2. Programmable settings for the Periods (Fast, Slow, Smoothing)
3. Programmable thresholds for %K, to qualify a potential entry strategy.
4. Programmable thresholds for %D, to qualify a potential exit strategy.
5. Buttons to choose which components to use in the trading algorithm.
6. Choose the month and year to back test.
The trading algorithm:
1. When %K exceeds the upper/lower threshold and then hooks down/up, in the direction of the Moving Average (MA). This is the minimum entry qualification.
2. When %D exceeds the lower/upper threshold and angled in the direction of the trade, is the exit qualification.
3. Additional entry filters include the direction of , Signal and %D. Also, the "cliff", being a long entry is a higher high or a short entry is a lower low.
4. Strategy can only go "Long" or "Short" depending on the selected setting.
5. By matching the settings in the "Cycles" indicator, you can (almost) see what the strategy is doing.
6. Be sure to select the "Recalculate" buttons, to recalculate on every new Tick, for best results.
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I am not a licensed trade advisor. This strategy is for entertainment only. Use at your own risk!
1. Corrected errors on %K and %D thresholds. Signs were reversed.
2. Added buttons to enable/disable %K and/or %D thresholds
3. Added button to enable/disable Higher close and Lower Close Filter
In general, made the strategy behave more like the current Cycles Indicator.
2. Corrected sign error in the algorithm when going short.
3. Decoupled %D from exit strategy. Only Period %K will affect the exit, the Thresholds will not.
4. Updated text labels.
5. Updated Cycles indicator to match.
2. Revised Exit strategy so you can now input a constant profit target and stop loss target value in $.
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