What is net profit?

In trading, net profit is the total amount of money that a trader has earned after deducting all trading-related expenses, such as commissions, fees, and taxes, from their total trading profits. Net profit is an important measure of a trader's overall performance, and it is often used to evaluate the effectiveness of their trading strategy and to compare their performance to other traders. A trader's net profit can be calculated by subtracting their total expenses from their total trading profits over a given period of time.

When I search for the MarketGod Indicator in the Tradingview Public Library, a red-lock is next to the name and I am not seeing my access as granted. Why?

If you are using the search bar to find the MarketGod Indicators, stop. The indicators that are publicly published in the library are no longer supported. They were updated in September 2021 to consolidate all the versions into one. The only way to find the indicator and strategy is through the invite only section of the library. If you do not see the invite only section, we have not added you yet OR the name you've submitted is incorrect.

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.

If I change my Tradingview Username, will it affect my MarketGod permissions?

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 → support@marketgod.io

Why did my indicator not send a buy or a sell when the market price changed

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

What is backtesting in trading?

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.

I've Recently Purchased. My Indicator Access Is Still Locked?

Please be sure you have provided us with your username for Tradingview to add you to the tool. If you have, Please check you have refreshed your browser, and move on to the next step. If you have not, Please email us your order confirmation, along with your Tradingview username, to support@marketgod.io.MarketGod for Tradingview [strategy]

What is percent profitability?

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.