The MarketGod Indicator for Tradingview removes emotions from trading and provides a systematic entry-exit strategy independent of market sentiment, emotion and bias.
MarketGod for Tradingview compliments any trading strategy you are already using, and includes alert functionality as a means to 'set and forget' the market of trade, rather than staring at your charts for hours at a time. MarketGod is a reliable trading indicator that has helped thousands of traders buy and sell assets more effectively. The MarketGod indicator provides clear and concise buy and sell alerts, as well as real-time market data, making it an essential tool for any trader looking to take their trading to the next level. MarketGod is also easy to install and use, meaning that even beginner traders can start using it to make more informed and profitable trades. With MarketGod, you can be sure that you are getting accurate and up-to-date information that will help you make better trades.
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MarketGod calculates its alerts based on real-time data on Tradingview. We do not pull from higher time-frames, and do not pull security (tickerID) based Pine information from other sources accessible, meaning there is no repainting in our indicator. This is validated and verified weekly an with every update to our tool.
MarketGod can be added to any time frame on most markets, but is most profitable on the 1m, 5m, 30m, 1h and 4h intraday time-frames, and also most profitable on the 1D, 3D, 1W and 1M time-frames.
Both theMarketGod for Tradingview (Study), and its counterpart the MarketGod for Tradingview (Strategy), allow our users to define and set an ideal exit or stop level with the stop-loss and take-profit functions.
MarketGod for Tradingview (strategy) enables our users to backtest their success on a market, when using the MarketGod Indicator.
Tradingview is consistently providing new and innovating functions for its Pine Script programming language. We maintain our pine script source code of MarketGod to keep it as efficient and capable as possible.
MarketGod was built and tested primarily for crypto charts, which provide high liquidity on assets like Bitcoin, while also having the strong volatility for our testing on altcoins like DOGE, Ethereum and SHIB. Many of our users use MarketGod in traditional markets as well (IE stocks, commodities, FOREX, ETC.).
A buy and sell trading indicator is a tool or signal used by traders to help identify potential buying or selling opportunities in the financial markets. Buy and Sell indicators are typically based on mathematical calculations or statistical models that use historical price and volume data to predict future market movements.
Backtesting is a way of evaluating the performance of a trading strategy by simulating its performance on historical data. It involves applying a trading strategy to historical data to see how well it would have performed in the past, and it can be used to estimate the potential future performance of the strategy. Backtesting can be a valuable tool for traders, as it allows them to test their strategies on a large amount of data and to make more informed decisions about which strategies to use. It can also help traders to identify potential problems with their strategies and to make adjustments to improve their performance.
Yes, any changes to your Tradingview username will directly impact your MarketGod permissions and access to the indicator. We are happy to update them accordingly just email our support team → firstname.lastname@example.org
Ghost alerts occur when users have outdated alerts. These events happen when users have not cleared their alerts after a recent update to the indicator on their chart & therefore, they are receiving alerts for an older version.
MarketGod provides buy or sell alerts for users when a specific criteria has been met in the market. Price change to any percentage is not in the parameters for the alerts therefore does not always account for price changes
In trading, max-drawdown is the maximum loss that an investment or trading strategy has experienced. It is typically expressed as a percentage of the initial investment or trading capital. It is used to measure the risk of a given investment or trading strategy, with a higher max-drawdown indicating a higher level of risk.
If we have published an upgrade and you are looking to update your indicator, simply refresh the page and add indicator from the invite only section of your indicator library.
The relative strength index (RSI) is a technical analysis indicator that measures the strength of a stock's price movement. It is calculated using the average gains and losses of a stock over a given period of time, and is displayed as a line graph with values ranging from 0 to 100. A stock with a high RSI is considered to be overbought, and one with a low RSI is considered to be oversold. RSI is commonly used by traders to identify potential buying or selling opportunities, and to confirm other technical analysis signals. It is calculated using the following formula: RSI = 100 - 100 / (1 + RS), where RS is the average gain of the stock over the given period divided by the average loss of the stock over the same period.