Why are my alerts inaccurate?

Depending on the market you are trading, adjust the settings to correct any errors you are consistently seeing from the alerts.

What time-frames does MarketGod trade on?

MarketGod v9 Recommendations BTCUSD Recommended Filter by Time Frame for Max Net Profit * 1D: 20 * 6H: 15 * 4H: 40 * 1H: 40 * 15m: 40 * 10m: 50 Recommended Filter by Time Frame for Max Percent Profitable * 1D: 20 * 6H: 5 * 4H: 50 * 1H: 35 * 15m: 50 * 10m: 40 * 5m: 50

What is the MarketGod Indicator?

The MarketGod indicator is a technical analysis tool that is used in the stock market to help traders identify potential trading opportunities. It is a custom indicator that is available as a plugin for various charting platforms, such as TradingView and MetaTrader. The MarketGod indicator is based on a combination of technical indicators, such as moving averages, oscillators, and volume data, to provide traders with buy and sell signals. The indicator is designed to help traders identify trends, identify potential entry and exit points, and manage risk. It is important to note that technical analysis tools, such as the MarketGod indicator, are not a guarantee of future performance and should be used as part of a broader trading strategy. Traders should always do their own research and carefully consider the risks and uncertainties involved in any trade before making a decision.

What is RSI?

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.

How do you add MarketGod to your chart?

From the homepage, click on ‘Chart’ in the top navigation bar. Select “Indicators” on the top-center-middle panel: In the indicator library, you will notice your tradingview account will now have a "invite only" section on the left-and side. The indicator and strategy will both be available to you.

MarketGod shows a repainting warning when setting the alerts up

Since our indicator does not and will not repaint, its more than likely you've tried to set an alert on the strategy and not the indicator. Set the alert on the indicator to correct the issue.

What MarketGod Indicators Come in the Consolidated Study / Strategy?

Both the Strategy and Study include MarketGod v1, v2, v3, v4, v5, v6, v7, v8, v9, x² and Ichimoku God.

What does it mean if an indicator is Repainting?

Repainting in Pine Script refers to the phenomenon of an indicator or strategy's output changing as new price bars are added to the chart. This can happen when the indicator or strategy uses data from future bars to calculate its output, which is not available at the time the indicator or strategy is initially calculated. As a result, the indicator or strategy's output may appear to change or "repaint" as new data becomes available. Repainting can be a problem because it can make it difficult to accurately backtest or forward test a strategy, as the strategy's output may change depending on the data that is available. It can also make it difficult for users to interpret the indicator or strategy's output, as it may not be clear what data was used to calculate the output. To avoid repainting, it is important to design indicators and strategies that use only data that is available at the time the indicator or strategy is calculated. This can be achieved by using functions such as sma(), wma(), and ema(), which use only historical data to calculate their output. It is also important to test indicators and strategies thoroughly to ensure that they do not exhibit repainting behavior.