Percent profitable is a metric used in trading to measure the percentage of a trader's trades that were profitable. It is calculated by dividing the total number of profitable trades by the total number of trades, and expressing the result as a percentage. For example, if a trader made 100 trades and 60 of them were profitable, their percent profitable would be 60%. Percent profitable is often used by traders to evaluate the effectiveness of their trading strategy, and to compare their performance to other traders. A higher percent profitable typically indicates that a trader's strategy is effective and profitable, while a lower percent profitable may indicate that the trader needs to make adjustments to their strategy.
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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.
The parabolic SAR (stop and reverse) is a technical analysis indicator used to determine the direction of a stock's price movement and to indicate when the direction is likely to change. It is calculated using the price, time, and volatility of a stock, and is displayed as a series of dots on a chart, either above or below the stock's price. If the dots are below the stock's price, it indicates an uptrend, and if the dots are above the price, it indicates a downtrend. When the position of the dots changes, it indicates a potential change in the direction of the stock's price. The parabolic SAR is often used by traders to determine when to enter or exit a trade.
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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.
We've designed MarketGod to work on all of them. If a ticker is available on our partner's site, we can analyze the data and apply the algorithm.
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