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Rajiv Patel Strategy with ATR RSI CCI MACD EMA Ichimoku

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Rajiv Patel Strategy with alerts helps to identify entry and exit levels based on following Indicators.

1. ATR Trailing Stoploss
2. RSI
3. CCI
4. MACD
5. EMA
6. SMA
7. Ichimoku

This Strategy is fully customizable as per your trading style. Below are some examples of how once can use the Strategy.

Options Based on Each Indicator Individually.

1. ATR Trailing Stoploss – When price is above ATR Trailing Stoploss line its in buy zone and when below its in sell zone. The setting of ATR Trailing Stoploss are customizable like ATR Periods and ATR Multiplier. Suggest increasing ATR Multiplier with lower timeframe. Aggressive buyers can decrease ATR Period in higher timeframe as per trade plan.
2. RSIRSI above EMA Length is buy zone and below is sell zone. Conservative buyers can increase the RSI & EMA Length period while aggressive and reduce. Higher the timeframe gives better results.
3. CCI – Similar to RSI the buy zone is when CCI crosses above EMA Length. Again CCI & EMA Length can be customised as per trade plan. Higher timeframe is advised.
4. MACDMACD parameters default settings are based on trying to get early entry. One can change to 26, 13 and 9 in lower timeframe. When MACD crosses above Signal line its buy zone and when below its sell zone.
5. EMA – 5 EMA lines and 2 SMA lines can be plotted. The settings of both EMA lines and SMA lines can be adjusted based on timeframe and trade plan.
6. EMAEMA line 1 and 2 can be used as buy when EMA1 crosses above EMA2 and sell when below. The length of EMA1 & 2 is adjustable. Suggest modifying based on timeframe and trade plan.
7. SMA – SMA1 can also be used as solo indicator. If price is below SMA1 then its no buy area and if above, then in buy area. SMA2 can be used to identify if trend is upward or downward based on user settings.
8. Ichimoku – It predicts price movements bit like moving averages. Offers a unique perspective of support and resistance levels.

Conversion Line (Tenkan Sen)
- Measures Short Term Trend
- Signals an area of minor support and resistance

Base Line (Kijun Sen)
- Measures Medium term trend
- Used as Trailing Stop Level

Lagging Span (Chikou Span)
- Used for confirmation of signals
- Can also serve as Support and Resistance Level

Kumo Cloud
- Formed of two lines: Senkou Span A (Green Line) and Senkou Span B (Red Line)
- Dynamic Support and Resistance

HOW TO READ ICHIMOKU INDICATOR
Conversion Line (Tenkan Sen)
- If Price is above the Conversion Line = Short term upward movement
- If Price is below the Conversion Line = Short term downward movement
- Increasing Conversion Line = Short term uptrend
- Decreasing Conversion Line = Short term downtrend

Base Line (Kijun Sen)
- If Price is above the baseline = Medium term uptrend
- If the Market price is below the baseline = Medium term downtrend
- Increasing Base Line = Medium term uptrend
- Decreasing Base Line = Medium term downtrend

Lagging Span
- The Evolution of the current price action in relation to previous price action
- If the Lagging span is above the current price = Bullish Bias
- If the Lagging span is below the current price = Bearish Bias
- Lagging span near the current price = Trading range

Kumo Cloud
- Dynamic Support and Resistance based upon price action.
- The longer the price stays below/above the Kumo cloud, stronger the trend
- When the cloud is wide, the expected support or resistance is strong
- When the cloud is thin, the expected support or resistance is weak
- Never trade when price is inside Kumo Cloud

HOW TO TRADE WITH ICHIMOKU CLOUD
1. Baseline and conversion Line crossover (Lagging Span as a Filter)
crossover (conversion line, baseline) = Buy
crossunder (conversion line, baseline) = Sell
FILTER
Crossover (conversion line, baseline) and lagging span is Bullish (i.e above the price) = Buy
Crossunder (conversion line, baseline) and lagging span is Bearish (i.e below the price) = Sell

2. Baseline - Conversion line crossover (Kumo cloud Filter)
Crossover (conversion line, baseline) above the Kumo Cloud = Strong Buy
Crossover (conversion line, baseline) below the Kumo cloud = Weak Buy
Crossunder (conversion line, baseline) below the Kumo Cloud = Strong Sell
Crossunder (conversion line, baseline) above the Kumo Cloud = Weak Sell

3. Kumo Cloud Breakout
When the price enters the Kumo Cloud, and breaks its Upper wall upward = Bullish Signal
When the price enters the Kumo Cloud, and breaks its Lower wall downward = Bearish Signal

4. Kumo Cloud Crossover
When Span A crosses the Span B from below to the upside and prices are positioned above the Kumo Cloud = Strong Buy Signal
When Span A crosses the Span B from upside to the bottom and the prices are positioned below the Kumo Cloud = Strong Sell
When Span A crosses Span B from bottom to the upside and prices are positioned below the Kumo Cloud = Weak Buy Signal
When Span A crosses Span B from the upside to the bottom and the prices are positioned above the Kumo Cloud = Weak Sell Signal

Options Based on Combining Multiple Indicators.

One can select and combine multiple conditions based on above understanding of individual indicator to create a strong Long Entry, Short Entry, Long Exit and Short Exit. This Strategy also provides Alert signal for all entry and exit based on the combinations of conditions selected.

Since this is a strategy one can use STRATEGY TESTER to understand how the strategy has performed over the selected time span. This however does not guarantee similar results in present or future trades.

Please enter commission or total charges charged by your broker in “Properties” Tab of the strategy. Modify all parameters of “Properties” Tab as needed. Note, this can affect the performance results of the strategy.

Need to be very careful in selecting conditions as it becomes very complex with many options available.

Note:
Triangles at the top and bottom indicates the zone. Can be turned on / off using condition “Show Conditions Visually”.
1. Red triangle at top pointing down with ‘S’ indicates in Long Exit zone.
2. Red triangle at top pointing down with ‘EnS’ indicates in Enter Short zone.
3. Green triangle at bottom pointing up with ‘B’ indicates in Long Entry zone.
4. Green triangle at bottom pointing up with ‘ExS’ indicates in Exit Short zone.
5. When the is no triangle either at top or bottom means there is no zone.

Send me your suggestions, will try to incorporate the same in next revision.

Informacje o Wersji:
Release Version 2.
Have updated script and removed some bugs.
Have given an option to choose exit time frame.
Note: Entry time frame has to be lower than exit time frame.
In case of difficulty write to me.
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