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New script published: EMA-SMA cross

This strategy is pretty simple actually, based on ride trend principle. It exits when trend started to go down. During bearish, it will stay in cash.

Strategy Description: It buys when the EMA50 line crosses up SMA2000 line. Exit when EMA50 crosses down SMA100.

Potential ROI Monthly (in bullish trend): 0-5%

Recommended Settings:

Pair: BTCUSDT, MATICUSDT, TIAUSDT

Time frame: 5mins

Initial Capital: 100

Base Currency: Default

Order Size: 100% of equity

Pyramiding: 1 order

Commission: 0.1 %


//@version=4
strategy("EMA-SMA Crossover [www.capayam.com]", overlay=true)

// Define input parameters
emaLength = input(50, title="EMA Length")
smaShortLength = input(100, title="SMA Short Length")
smaLongLength = input(2000, title="SMA Long Length")

// Calculate EMA and SMA values
ema50 = ema(open, emaLength)
sma100 = sma(open, smaShortLength)
sma2000 = sma(open, smaLongLength)

// Plot EMA and SMA on the chart
plot(ema50, color=color.blue, title="EMA5")
plot(sma100, color=color.orange, title="SMA10")
plot(sma2000, color=color.red, title="SMA100")

// Generate buy and sell signals
longCondition = crossover(ema50, sma2000)
shortCondition = crossunder(ema50, sma100)

// Execute orders
strategy.entry("Buy", strategy.long, when=longCondition)
strategy.close("Buy", when=shortCondition)

// Plot buy and sell arrows on the chart
plotshape(series=longCondition, title="Buy Signal", color=color.green, style=shape.triangleup, size=size.small)
plotshape(series=shortCondition, title="Sell Signal", color=color.red, style=shape.triangledown, size=size.small)


Comments

  1. Report on this strategy
    EMA: 50
    ShortSMA: 100
    LongSMA: 2100
    Nett:

    LOSS 0.1%
    2024-02-21 03:40:03 KuCoin spot market yes BTCUSDT sell 0.001914 52043.9
    2024-02-20 20:00:02 KuCoin spot market yes BTCUSDT buy 0.001914 52096.3

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