BTC: almost perfect strategy & indicator can be an amazing feat

1. Does a perfect strategy or indicator exit?

I was desperately working on designing a tool with a few dynamic indicators into one set of strategies that profit the most at a stable timeframe. It turns out that I achieved something better than I initially had anticipated I would. It tends to calculate the results in a strategy to be one of the most accurate ones, so the profits accordingly.

I compiled a few sets of indicators that I researched and tinkered with to form the most accurate signal scenarios too, which I required to be the most precise points of trade entry and exit: over fifty percent of the time. I think I did that too.

2. What are they, and how do I frame those to work effectively?

The first one is a set of strategies. It calculates time, trades, fees, taxes, and trends effectively. It houses the famed Bollinger Bands , which gives me a clear picture of the trends, the highs, the bases, and the lows. The third, fourth, and fifth indicators are 200, 50, and 20-period moving averages, respectively. They assist me get an accurate average to compensate for the trends.

The sixth one is a precise indicator of Higher Highs, Higher Lows, Lower Highs, and Lower Lows. It helps me read the accurate prices and generates a unique visual perspective by offering former price points precisely, which, in turn, helps me get a speculative next trade entry or exit accordingly.

Followed-up is an implementation of a standard deviation-based trend channel that flows with no lag and smartly presents where the market is heading or what direction it is switching. The trade channel also helps me play around at a lower time setup so that I can visually set the consequent higher time trade to forecast the trade direction.

The eighth indicator consists of RSI and STOCH , which recalculates crossings, higher highs, and lower lows. Next on the line is a compilation of Coinbase/Binance Premium Indicator to signal what is happening in the entire trend structure based on multiple whales' accumulation or decumulation, or the impact of market makers and breakers in real-time. This indicator's default is BTC for the Coinbase/Binance assets at disposal. The calculation is dynamic and shows the market moves in real-time should there be any lower or higher volume movement at play or any at play. There are two sets of Coinbase Premium indicators functioning side by side: one that uses USD by defaults and the other that uses USDT by defaults.

Now that I have compiled most of the tools that I thought would bring me the most desirable trade entry and exit opportunities possible, the question arises: does it work?

The answer is right in front of your eyes, as clear and pristine as the spring water. The strategy table is one of the most profitable setups ever I tested. It gives a concise view of your trade position with several accurate visual feeds. The readings of Net Profit, Total Profit, Total Loss, Profit/Loss Factor, Trades Won, Trades Lost, Maximum Drawdown, Commission, and Capital Gain Taxes display the crystal clear picture to show you a precise sense of what you would Take Home.

3. How do strategies, as well as traders fail to calculate their profits accurately?

If you do not calculate the commission and capital gain taxes on the fly, you will not get a precise figure about the exact profit from your closed trades. Many traders may fail to understand the simple math factor of commissions, fees, taxes, and spreads. For example, some exchanges may not charge a commission fee, which is good but may still charge for the spread trade by trade. If your profit is likely to be the victim of self-manipulation or lack of knowledge of commissions, fees, taxes, and spreads, it may trigger issues to impair your portfolio. Regardless of trade practices or expertise you think you have or are executing, these basic maths mean a lot to keep a portfolio healthy. The strategy coders may not code the commission and taxes in the code by defaults as that would trigger the profit number staggeringly low or even make the profit shamefully negative. You should not underestimate the commissions and fees or taxes.

4. How can you find the best profit take home scenario?

When you commit to paying commissions you owe, have ideas of the fees or spreads you pay, and effectively reserve the gain taxes you owe now and must pay in the future, you are likely to find a better picture of what your portfolio is worth about trading next.

5. What's the takeaway?

The fundamental takeaway is what one should reserve (or invest based on individual risk appetite) now to pay later and what one paid while closing each trade is often not in every trader's mind. At times, traders neglect it or become self-manipulative with overconfidence. If all the trade impacts show up visually on a strategy or a trading chart, you are bound to acknowledge what you paid and what you owe. Therefore, you now can say confidently how much you are taking home. Contrarily, if you negate the gain taxes you owe and the fees you have paid on each trade close, or the spreads incurred, you might be plagued by a greater bug in your portfolio management, both small and large. That is quite penalizing in nature.

6. Summary

Based on the compilation of various signals and strategies, the most I decoded is to encode fees and taxes into the won and lost trade structure. That not only offer you better trade execution with higher success, but also gives you a refined and accurate picture of what your trade profits/losses look like at the end of the day.
BTC: almost perfect strategy & indicator can be an amazing feat 1. Does a perfect strategy or indicator exit? I was desperately working on designing a tool with a few dynamic indicators into one set of strategies that profit the most at a stable timeframe. It turns out that I achieved something better than I initially had anticipated I would. It tends to calculate the results in a strategy to be one of the most accurate ones, so the profits accordingly. I compiled a few sets of indicators that I researched and tinkered with to form the most accurate signal scenarios too, which I required to be the most precise points of trade entry and exit: over fifty percent of the time. I think I did that too. 2. What are they, and how do I frame those to work effectively? The first one is a set of strategies. It calculates time, trades, fees, taxes, and trends effectively. It houses the famed Bollinger Bands , which gives me a clear picture of the trends, the highs, the bases, and the lows. The third, fourth, and fifth indicators are 200, 50, and 20-period moving averages, respectively. They assist me get an accurate average to compensate for the trends. The sixth one is a precise indicator of Higher Highs, Higher Lows, Lower Highs, and Lower Lows. It helps me read the accurate prices and generates a unique visual perspective by offering former price points precisely, which, in turn, helps me get a speculative next trade entry or exit accordingly. Followed-up is an implementation of a standard deviation-based trend channel that flows with no lag and smartly presents where the market is heading or what direction it is switching. The trade channel also helps me play around at a lower time setup so that I can visually set the consequent higher time trade to forecast the trade direction. The eighth indicator consists of RSI and STOCH , which recalculates crossings, higher highs, and lower lows. Next on the line is a compilation of Coinbase/Binance Premium Indicator to signal what is happening in the entire trend structure based on multiple whales' accumulation or decumulation, or the impact of market makers and breakers in real-time. This indicator's default is BTC for the Coinbase/Binance assets at disposal. The calculation is dynamic and shows the market moves in real-time should there be any lower or higher volume movement at play or any at play. There are two sets of Coinbase Premium indicators functioning side by side: one that uses USD by defaults and the other that uses USDT by defaults. Now that I have compiled most of the tools that I thought would bring me the most desirable trade entry and exit opportunities possible, the question arises: does it work? The answer is right in front of your eyes, as clear and pristine as the spring water. The strategy table is one of the most profitable setups ever I tested. It gives a concise view of your trade position with several accurate visual feeds. The readings of Net Profit, Total Profit, Total Loss, Profit/Loss Factor, Trades Won, Trades Lost, Maximum Drawdown, Commission, and Capital Gain Taxes display the crystal clear picture to show you a precise sense of what you would Take Home. 3. How do strategies, as well as traders fail to calculate their profits accurately? If you do not calculate the commission and capital gain taxes on the fly, you will not get a precise figure about the exact profit from your closed trades. Many traders may fail to understand the simple math factor of commissions, fees, taxes, and spreads. For example, some exchanges may not charge a commission fee, which is good but may still charge for the spread trade by trade. If your profit is likely to be the victim of self-manipulation or lack of knowledge of commissions, fees, taxes, and spreads, it may trigger issues to impair your portfolio. Regardless of trade practices or expertise you think you have or are executing, these basic maths mean a lot to keep a portfolio healthy. The strategy coders may not code the commission and taxes in the code by defaults as that would trigger the profit number staggeringly low or even make the profit shamefully negative. You should not underestimate the commissions and fees or taxes. 4. How can you find the best profit take home scenario? When you commit to paying commissions you owe, have ideas of the fees or spreads you pay, and effectively reserve the gain taxes you owe now and must pay in the future, you are likely to find a better picture of what your portfolio is worth about trading next. 5. What's the takeaway? The fundamental takeaway is what one should reserve (or invest based on individual risk appetite) now to pay later and what one paid while closing each trade is often not in every trader's mind. At times, traders neglect it or become self-manipulative with overconfidence. If all the trade impacts show up visually on a strategy or a trading chart, you are bound to acknowledge what you paid and what you owe. Therefore, you now can say confidently how much you are taking home. Contrarily, if you negate the gain taxes you owe and the fees you have paid on each trade close, or the spreads incurred, you might be plagued by a greater bug in your portfolio management, both small and large. That is quite penalizing in nature. 6. Summary Based on the compilation of various signals and strategies, the most I decoded is to encode fees and taxes into the won and lost trade structure. That not only offer you better trade execution with higher success, but also gives you a refined and accurate picture of what your trade profits/losses look like at the end of the day.
0 Comments 0 Shares