//These signals mostly consist of crossovers between a 13 VWMA and a 62 VWMA . I've found these two moving averages to be quite special in their ability to
//recognize a quick trend using volume data. The VWAP is used in the alert system as well, to give some perspective on which direction we are looking to take. We
//are also using ATR. We only take trades when the ATR is on the move, meaning we have a chance to catch a volatile move! Finally, we use RSI to help weed out bad
//trades. We only take 'longs' with bullish readings from RSI , and we only take 'shorts' with bearish readings from RSI . These alerts are fantastic for catching quick intraday
//trades in either direction. I recommend using a small 'take profit' target rather than using an exit indicator. These trades can move 20-30 pips and reverse just as quickly. Good luck!

//How To Use:
//When the alert system is added to the chart, you will notice up/down symbols appear at various locations. For bullish alerts, right click an 'Up' symbol and choose 'Add Alert on VWap & ATR..'
//There are two condition options. 'Long/short', and right below that 'Buy-Signal/Sell-Signal'. Choose 'long' and 'Buy-Signal'. At options, choose 'Once Per Bar Close'. Design your alert, and you're good to go.
//For bearish signals, find a 'down' signal on the chart. Right click and follow the same process, except choosing 'short/Sell-Signal' conditions.

Use VWAP as a stop-loss. If a candle closes below/above the VWAP in the direction against you.. get out of the trade. The losses will be minimal and few compared to the wins. Use discretion and trade carefully. This works great with crypto. Invent your own exit. If you come up with a clever exit, please share!

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Informacje o Wersji: Updated for further discernment from ATR before entering! Much improvement.

And fixed one mistake!
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