Register for the trial program by completing the form below
You'll see access to two scripts, each published by MarketGodx. Do not use the search bar as you will see old tools we have since consolidated.
MarketGod tutorials and user guides can be found here to assist with getting started
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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. Tutorial: https://www.marketgod.io/tutorials/adding-marketgod
A trading indicator is a statistical calculation based on the price and/or volume of a security or other asset. It is used as a technical analysis tool to help traders identify patterns, trends, and potential trade opportunities in the market. Indicators can be based on various types of data, such as price, volume, and open interest, and can be plotted on a chart to help traders visualize the data and make informed decisions. There are many different types of indicators, including trend indicators, momentum indicators, volatility indicators, and oscillators, each of which can provide different insights and help traders make different types of trades. Some common examples of trading indicators include the moving average, relative strength index (RSI), and Bollinger bands.
If your labels are disappearing on a given chart, it may be related to Tradingview's limits on plots and labels.